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Change Management and Cultural Resistance
April 27, 2015

Marc Hoit is Vice Chancellor for IT and CIO at North Carolina State University. Changing an IT organization is difficult. Cultural, institutional, and individual resistances operate …

From Accommodations to Accessibility: Creating Learning Environments That Work for All
April 27, 2015

Luis Perez is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Google Certified Teacher, an advocate for mobile learning and accessibility, and the author of Mobile Learning for All: Supporting Acces…

A Network Approach to Scholarly Communication Infrastructure
April 27, 2015

Rebecca Kennison and Lisa Norberg are the two principals at K|N Consultants, a not-for-profit specializing in open-access strategies, change management and leadership, and continuing educ…

Higher Education 2.0 and the Next Few Hundred Years; or, How to Create a New Higher Education Ecosystem
April 27, 2015

Paul LeBlanc, President of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), is the 2015 New Business Models department author and editor for EDUCAUSE Review . Three important development…

Our Students Need Bread and Roses
April 27, 2015

Terry O'Banion is President Emeritus, League for Innovation in the Community College, and Chair of the Graduate Faculty, National American University. Like the periodic appearan…

7 Reflections
April 27, 2015

Diana G. Oblinger is President and CEO of EDUCAUSE. As I retire from EDUCAUSE and look back on my time here, I would like to share seven reflections that illustrate beliefs and exper…

EDUCAUSE Research Snapshot: Benchmarking to Inform Planning
April 27, 2015

This EDUCAUSE Research Snapshot infographic delves into benchmarking to inform planning. It was published with a complementary article that explains the value of benchmarking, how to get started,…

Benchmarking to Inform Planning: The EDUCAUSE Core Data Service
April 27, 2015

Using metrics to benchmark higher education IT financials, staffing, and services can add value by informing and reinforcing the decision-making process. Leah Lang is Director of …

Leadership Lessons I Learned from Diana Oblinger
April 27, 2015

Diana Oblinger's most enduring legacy will be the profound effect and influence that she has had on the lives of higher education IT professionals. Timothy Chester is Vice Pr…

Planning the IT Career You Want
April 27, 2015

The wide range and scope of careers within higher education information technology requires active planning for the career that is right for you. Katie L. Vale is Director of Digi…