AT&T, Learfield Partner to Extend Tech Innovations to Higher Education Institutions

AT&T and Learfield Communications’ Campus+ division have partnered to develop and deliver new educational technologies and career opportunities for students in higher education institutions.

AT&T said Monday it will coordinate with administrators and other campus stakeholders to address various challenges in on-campus learning, as well as customize academic resources for students, faculty and alumni.

Chris Roy, vice president of AT&T’s global public sector, said the Dallas, Texas-based firm is focusing on building relationships with universities to hone students for their future assimilation into the workforce.

“Teaming with Learfield will help us bring the latest technology, education and career opportunities to university communities,” he added.

Roy also said providing university students with technology-intensive campuses will help increase their learning capabilities and modernize the means for them to connect with each other.

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