Like many CIOs in private industries, effective IT leaders in higher education are always stretched. But unlike many CIOs in other industries, who fret about not having a seat at the table.
Given the competitive orientation of most corporations, the ability to cooperate and/ or collaborate is limited to close partners and suppliers.
There are many analogies in sports for predicting the immediate future: anticipate the pass, skate to where the puck is going to be, and beat them to the punch.
The changing environment in education is continuously moving towards greater reliance on technology for engagement and delivery methods requiring speed, agility, variety and reliability.
As the Executive Director of IT for the fourth largest school district in Washington State, a district recognized internationality for its successful technology initiatives; I get asked a lot of questions about what vendor’s platform we selected
This simple question is one that that many parents in our school district will be asking their children after the 2016 fall roll-out of our 9-12 Chromebook 1:1 initiative. And the question has driven our thinking and planning efforts.
Universities continue to struggle with diminishing resources, fewer positions and reduced funding...
A state-funded institution best known for its technovation drive, which involves the development of...
In K-12, who is the tech guy? The initial answer may be “Stan or Patty, who have that...
Is one-to-one mobile computing an essential tool that can help transform K12 education, increase student achievement, and prepare students for 21st century success? Or,as some suggest, a waste of money, time, and energy?