Most IT organizations and CIO’s focus their resources on the development of Business Applications and End-User support.
All of us, but especially today’s college students, expect technology to be transformational and not merely transactional.
I was recently speaking to a large group of college administrators. After outlining some of steps we have taken at Georgia State University to almost double our graduation rates, I received a challenge.
When your district’s parents ask their kids how they used technology in school that day, how would your students answer? We read an e-textbook. We took a quiz. We wrote a paper.
The modern economy is rapidly reshaping the intellectual and social skills demanded by employers. Information technology offers a rich set of tools for measuring and building these skills.
In an attempt to avoid being too cliché, I did not want to start this article off with one of those “when I was a kid” stories.
People who know I came from the healthcare industry, before joining higher education, often ask me...
It seems it was not that long ago that I started as a student at the University of Illinois at...
The role of the CIO has evolved dramatically to one of Chief “Innovation” or even “Ideation”...
The role of the CIO today has transitioned over time from a primary focus on technology to one of information. Early in my career IT infrastructure was a preferred area of expertise in many leadership roles in IT.