In this conversation with Jennifer Sparrow, Furman Univeristy CIO Fred Miller talks about the specific skills needed in higher education IT, including mastery of the technical and an understanding of the strategic.
This case study of Indiana University's e-text initiative reports on the participation levels and motivations of instructors in engaging with digital textbooks.
The Web Accessibility in Higher Education Project works across 24 Oklahoma institutions of higher education to provide resources and help campuses meet technology accessibility goals.
Slightly more than half of faculty (54%) agree that in-class use of mobile devices can enhance student learning. Read more in the ECAR study, "Study of Faculty and Information Technology, 2014."
Leadership: Views from the Top
New Business Models: Reimagining Higher Education
E-Content: All Things Digital
New Horizons: The Technologies Ahead
Viewpoints: Today's Hot Topics
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- @JohnG_ITG Thanks for the ideas! Have you looked at the FLEXspace database yet? They should have some good examples. t.co/y5zXgFMADA
- @JohnG_ITG Indeed they have. Our July/August theme is learning environments. Suggestions for coverage you'd like to see?
- @irasocol Wow! Challenge indeed. @derekbruff