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Craig Shoemaker '78 is responsible for the functioning of the computer systems in two schools in Harrisonburg. (Photo by Michael Sheeler)

A little bit of everything in schools’ I.T.

If a computer glitch threatens to derail something like a state-required proficiency test at Harrisonburg (Virginia) High School, Craig Shoemaker’s phone is bound to start ringing. “[Teachers] get anxious,” he said, chuckling. “I’m the one they try to get a hold of.” A computer resource technicia ...More

EMS Leadership School Focusing on Cultural Change

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Distance Learning Program Celebrates 10 Years

Ten years ago this month, EMS embarked on a new educational path ...More

Nursing Lab Gets Major Upgrade

Nursing students at Eastern Mennonite University now have access to technology-intensive educational experiences that were previously only available in actual hospital and other health care settings. Thanks to gifts from two sources, EMU’s nursing department demonstration laboratory has undergone a major upgrade with state-of-the-art equipm ...More

Reno Ready to Roll With Print Projects

Like many other technologies, the printing industry was an evolving species when Mike Reno got involved in the business in 1976. Back then, Reno serviced office equipment for A.B. Dick Company, including "Hildegard," an automated offset copi ...More