Typically, higher education institutions do not have a shortage of academic professionals and researchers who understand how to collect, organize, and analyze data into meaningful and actionable results.
In recent years, digital technologies that allow instructors to livestream and/or record their lectures and make them accessible to students on demand have become vital to the effective delivery of lessons.
How do you define Academic Technologies?”asked the recently elected chair of The University of New Mexico’s newly-formed Academic Technology Advisory Board.
The term “Big Data” has become ubiquitous in higher education, especially around discussions of using data to help with student success.
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.
When I recently became CIO of Washburn University in Kansas, my new colleagues asked me what I planned to accomplish in my first 60 days.
Of all the new big things in higher education, one of the most talked about is adaptive learning...
I attended the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities annual conference...
In my conversations with IT executives in higher education and other industries who have not yet...
We have entered a new age for the educational CIOs and the institutions they support, not unlike the decentralized disruption.