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EDUCAUSE Now - #26 - 1)Disruptive Forces in Higher Ed IT 2) Educating Faculty and Students on IT Security

This month on EDUCAUSE Now we talk with two university CIOs about the disruptive forces facing higher ed IT. We also feature an interview on educating students and faculty about IT security. EDUCAUSE Now is a monthly podcast, focusing on the intelligent use of information technology in higher education. Join producer and host Gerry Bayne for this informative podcast.

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This episode of EDUCAUSE Now features:

Disruptive Forces in Higher Ed IT
Several disruptive forces are making it important for higher ed IT to reconsider long-term strategies. Some forces provide new opportunities while others might make the road ahead more difficult. We speak with James Hilton, CIO at the University of Virginia, and Brad Wheeler, CIO at Indiana University, about these disruptions to traditional higher ed IT services and how to proceed for the future of higher ed. If you would like to hear more on the subject, listen to James Hilton's speech, "Living with Disruption: News from the Frontlines."

Lori McElroy on Educating Faculty and Students on IT Security
Ethan Benatan, Director of Computer User Services at Reed College, sits down with Lori McElroy, Information Security Officer at Texas State University-San Marcos, to talk about her approach to instilling IT Security values in faculty and students.


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Running time: 13m 28s
File size: 6.16 MB

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