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Leading during Times of Exponential Change

Leading during Times of Exponential Change

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

We live during a period of rapid change—a time of exponential innovation. To put this in perspective, consider the following.

  • IT Driving the Modern Education landscape

    Steve Clagg, CIO, Aurora Public Schools

    As my thoughts turn to what my technology team should look like next school year, I put forth my best prognostication skills.

  • Education Adopting Latest Technologies

    Rama Dhuwaraha, AVC & CIO, University of North Texas System

    The benefits of cloud computing for the Education industry can only be realized if we align our education and IT strategy.

  • The Key to a Successful Strategic Technology Plan: Relationships

    Camedra Jefferson, Ed.D., Director of Instructional Technology, Yes Prep Public Schools

    I truly believe technology can be used to enhance and transform learning in the classroom and I have witnessed its fundamental benefits in my current and previous work.

  • People First Technology

    William Ingram, CIO, Belmont University

    The first area we focused on was organization.

The Subtly-evolving LMS Landscape

Brice Bible, CIO & VP, University of Buffalo

The concept of an on-premise LMS is fading away, and it won’t be long till the only options available will be with modern features in a robust, up-to-date cloud environment where a vendor can offer capabilities much more easily than before.

A Reality Check for EdTech Startups

A Reality Check for EdTech Startups

Brent Goldfarb, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship And David Kirsch, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business

Popular media prefer fads and flair, and real change is sometimes boring. Winners in the edtech...

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...

Higher Education's Secret Sauce: Cooperation and Collaboration

Higher Education's Secret Sauce: Cooperation and Collaboration

Donald Z. Spicer, AVC & CIO, University System of Maryland

Given the competitive orientation of most corporations, the ability to cooperate and/ or collaborate...

Challenges Facing CIOs in the K-12 Industry

Bill Caritj, Chief Accountability & Information Officer And Olufemi Aina, Executive Director, I.T. Infrastructure, Atlanta Public Schools

A closer look (with a broader view), however, shows a very different picture. Aside from the students, teachers, parents and guardians, administrators, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, nurses, and other people it takes to run a school.