EDUCAUSE Review: Print Edition
Volume 48, Number 3
IT professionals in higher education spend much of their time focusing on demands, resources, and constant change. The author suggests that they need to be investing more time in assessing, advancing, and defining their own careers.
Technical and non-technical people—geeks and non-geeks—often have disproportionately negative experiences working together. They are thus avoiding each other at the moment when they most need to collaborate.
EDUCAUSE presents the top-ten IT-related issues facing higher education institutions. In this article, members of the EDUCAUSE IT Issues Panel frame each issue with discussion and a set of strategic questions.