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Data Privacy Month 2014Did you know that Data Privacy Month (January 28-February 28, 2015) is just two months away? Now is the perfect time for colleges and universities to start planning activities and events.

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August 18, 2014 | Gerry Bayne
This podcast features an interview with Chief Enterprise Technology Officer for the University of California, San Diego, Min Yao. In this conversation with Beth Warner, he lays out the current and future state of administrative IT at his institution, and weighs in on various issues surrounding...
August 18, 2014 | Alex Roth
What is one of the biggest barriers for students transitioning from high school to college?As it turns out, it’s not test scores or grades; it’s what’s in their bank account.How do we know? John Squires, the Math Department Head at Chattanooga State Community College, and director...
August 15, 2014 | Nancy Millichap
What blogs do you read and rely on to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in – or speculations about – next generation learning? My NGLC colleague Stefanie Blouin surveyed the K-12 community earlier this summer and came up with an interesting list of ten top blogs in that...
August 6, 2014 | Nancy Hays
Theresa Rowe is CIO at Oakland University.Summer is a busy and exciting time for advancement of new tech initiatives and tech renewal projects. Campus CIOs generally expect to handle a mix of change-oriented projects during the summer, despite many programs and courses operating all summer. The mix...
August 5, 2014 | Timothy M. Chester
As IT leaders, our singular focus shouldn’t be to partner with the business or to align our work with the strategic goals of the enterprise; it should be to develop our staff into business professionals who add value through the use of technology. If we do that, both partnerships and...

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