The Emerging Research and Education Cloud; The Case for Industry Specific Cloud Solutions

The Emerging Research and Education Cloud; The Case for Industry Specific Cloud Solutions

Khalil Yazdi, CIO in Residence, Cloud Services Program Development, Internet2

The extraordinary effort by the Internet2 community has driven forward the emergence of a ‘research and education’ cloud to complement commercial and ‘government’ clouds.

  • The Match Game

    Scott Page, Director, University of Michigan

    In 1801, James Pillans, a geography teacher and the headmaster at The Old High School in Edinburgh, Scotland introduced a breakthrough educational technology, the slate blackboard.

  • GPPMO: Maximizing Collaborative Decision Making and Successful Projects

    Michael Hites, CIO, University of Illinois system

    In a central IT department, someone has to build the strategic plan, manage the prioritization process, start and finish projects, and ensure that the customers get what they need.

  • Moving the Needle on Higher Education's Triple Threat

    Matt Lisle, Director of Digital Learning Technologies, Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities

    Our team at Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) spends a great deal of time thinking about the alliterative “triple threat” faced by higher education: affordability, accessibility, and achievement.

  • Lessons Learned from Efforts to Create a Study-Ready University

    Timothy Renick, Senior Vice President for Student Success and Professor of Religious Studies, Georgia State University

    The biggest challenge to adopting new technologies at a large institution such as Georgia State is not finding functioning systems.

Revolutionizing Pedagogy with AI

Curtis A. Carver Jr, Ph.D., VP & CIO, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

The intelligent agents work to improve graduation, retention and progression rates by engaging students intrusively.

Technology to Support Online Learning

Technology to Support Online Learning

Charity Jennings, EdD, Faculty, University of Phoenix

Ensuring technology supports online learners and their faculty is vital for colleges and...

Yoga for the CIO: A Flexible and Agile Approach to Collaboration

Yoga for the CIO: A Flexible and Agile Approach to Collaboration

Borre B. Ulrichsen, CIO, Gonzaga University

During a meeting the other day, a colleague asked me where I saw our information technology team in...

IT Organizations are Missing the Woods for the Trees

IT Organizations are Missing the Woods for the Trees

Ken Ingle, CIO, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

For a number of years IT in most organizations was based on a single word, control. Everything...

The Cloud Continuum

Cynthia Herrera Lindstrom, CIO, University of Illinois at Chicago

The advent of the “cloud” has come as part of an evolution in IT services. The cloud, as it is used today, refers to those services provided on the Internet, seemingly in a place unknown, by people unseen.