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Friday
Oct 31st, 2008
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
West Hall WE2
Mountain Time

In May 2003, Nicholas Carr's Harvard Business Review article postulated that information technology doesn't matter. As higher education enters a period of great change, such issues as sustainability, diversity and student access, affordability, and accountability will increasingly dominate our institutional strategies. This talk will focus on a presidential view of why IT does matter and how aspiring IT leaders can work with presidents to help their campuses innovate and succeed in addressing these important issues.

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