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EDUCAUSE Now: - #37 - 1) IT Helping Higher Ed Be More Nimble 2) Interview with Leah Lang, Service and Metrics Analyst

This month on EDUCAUSE Now:  We ask the question to several higher education IT leaders: How can IT help higher education become more nimble? We also feature an interview with Service and Metrics Analyst for Carnegie Mellon University, Leah Lang.

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This episode of EDUCAUSE Now features:

How Can IT Help Higher Education Become More Nimble?
(:42-8:25)
We asked several IT leaders how IT can help higher education become more nimble? We got a variety of responses that covered everything from business practices to teaching and learning. Listen to these participants and what they had to say:

  • Anne Scrivener Agee, Vice Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer for the University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Stephen J. Laster, CIO for the Harvard Business School
  • Christine Haile, CIO for the University of Albany, SUNY
  • Reagan M. Ramsower, Vice President of Finance and Administration for Baylor University
  • Ethan Benatan, Vice President for Information Technology & CIO for Marylhurst University

Interview: Leah Lang, Service and Metrics Analyst for Carnegie Mellon University
(8:26-13:10)
Leah Lang is Service and Metrics Analyst for Carnegie Mellon University. We spoke with her at the EDUCAUSE 2010 Annual Conference to ask about the ways IT institutions can use (and somtimes misuse) metrics in planning for the future.

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