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That Was The Year That Was, 2011

Monday, January 9, 2012


So, what did  the EDUCAUSE Policy group in Washington do in 2011? In general, we did what we've always done: worked closely with our campus constituents to understand and provide assistance with campus IT policy issues and challenges, worked closely with relevant federal agencies and Congressional staff to make sure that IT-related policies serve higher education needs, collaborated with other higher education and IT associations for mutual benefit, and partnered with other EDUCAUSE groups and programs. Learn more about the issues capturing our attention and our activities this past year in this look back at 2011.

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