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EDUCAUSE Values: The Common Good


The values of the higher education IT community shape the strategic directions and actions of EDUCAUSE. In consultation with EDUCAUSE members and community leaders, the EDUCAUSE executive staf…

February 8, 2011



The Role of the CIO EDUCAUSE 2010 Session Podcasts The Role, Rise, and Potential Demise of the CIO   Mark Askren, Lev S. Gonick, Kenneth C. Green, Darrel Huish, and Sally Ja…

February 7, 2011

Technical Skills No Longer Matter

Author(s): Timothy M. Chester

Timothy M. Chester ( timothy.chester@pepperdine.edu ) is Vice Provost for Academic Administration and Chief Information Officer at Pepperdine University. Comments on this article c…

February 7, 2011

Creativity and the Joy of Learning

Author(s): Jim Groom, W. Gardner Campbell

Jim Groom ( jgroom@umw.edu ) is an instructional technologist at the University of Mary Washington and blogs at bavatuesdays ( http://bavatuesdays.com/ ). Gardner Campbell ( gar…

February 7, 2011

National-Scale Solutions

Author(s): Charles J. Henry

Charles J. Henry ( chenry@clir.org ) is President of the Council on Library and Information Resources. With this issue of EDUCAUSE Review , he begins a one-year term as Editor of th…

February 7, 2011

The Shrinking CIO?

Author(s): Gregory A. Jackson

Gregory A. Jackson is Vice President, Policy and Analysis, for EDUCAUSE. Comments on this article can be posted to the web via the link at the bottom of this page. "We ne…

February 7, 2011

A Broad View for the Future

Author(s): Diana Oblinger

Diana G. Oblinger ( doblinger@educause.edu ) is President and CEO of EDUCAUSE. Comments on this article can be posted to the web via the link at the bottom of this page. &qu…

February 7, 2011

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