ERO Special Topics: Professional Development
Is the CIO position the pinnacle of a technology careerâ€”or a powerless position? Five CIOs tell us why they think they have the best job on campus.
This case study provides a glimpse of the layered approaches to university-wide educational technology training and course development (including online and blended course development) instituted at Western Washington University.
The authors discuss how to build and leverage peer networks: where to find people to include, how to establish common ground among a variety of IT disciplines in higher education, and how best to realize the unintended benefits of these relationships.
Higher education institutions and other organizations interested in supporting learning are experimenting with digital badges to guide, motivate, document, and validate formal and informal learning.
A group of women CIOs from the Pacific Northwest talk about their experiences in the role and share practical advice and personal insights for success.
IT professionals in higher education spend much of their time focusing on demand, resources, and constant change. The author argues that they need to be investing more time in assessing, advancing, and defining their own careers.
The 2012 EDUCAUSE Award winners talk about the higher education IT profession and about how their particular interests have influenced and guided their leadership roles.
In this interview, Landry discusses disruptive technologies, attending a Gartner Symposium, and the power of analytics.
Running Time: 18:23 minutes
What's New in ERO Professional Development
- EDUCAUSE Labs
- In print edition