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EDUCAUSE Now: - #34 - 1) CIOs Staying Nimble 2) Policy and Law for Higher Ed IT

This month on EDUCAUSE Now, we feature two discussions. First, we hear from three university CIOs about how they keep their organizations nimble and what keeps them up at night! We also feature a discussion with three university attorneys about current IT Policy and Law, including contract negotiations, cyberbullying, and policy building.

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This episode of EDUCAUSE Now features:

CIOs Keeping IT Nimble
(:33-9:08)
Higher Education CIOs are tasked with maintaining IT service, strategizing for the future, and finding innovation within their organization. EDUCAUSE Now recently spoke with Ann Kovalchick, CIO for Drake University, H. David Todd, Associate Vice President and CIO for the University of Vermont, and Mark Askren, CIO for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln about how they stay nimble and what issues keep them up at night.

Higher Education Policy and Law
(9:09-17:42)
Policy and law for higher education IT can be a bit of a juggling act, with concerns from contract negotiations, security threats, to policy building. To find out more about what current university counsel deals with, I talked with Seth Gilbertson, Assistant Counsel, SUNY System Administration, Joseph Storch, Associate Counsel, SUNY System Administration, and Christopher W.Holmes, Assistant General Counsel, Baylor University about current IT Policy and Law, including contract negotiations, cyberbullying, and policy building

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Running time: 18m 18s
File size: 7.33 MB