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Balancing Innovation with Execution
March 24, 2014

Members of the IT Issues Panel believe that higher education IT organizations must balance innovation with execution in order to remain relevant and be successful. In their discussi…

The Business Model of Higher Education
March 24, 2014

Eric Denna, CIO for the University of Utah and the Utah System of Higher Education, is the 2014 Viewpoints department editor for EDUCAUSE Review . According to a recent search for…

Sharing Common Ground
March 24, 2014

Kevin Kruger is President of NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Information technology continues to have a major impact on the evolution of higher educatio…

SHared Access Research Ecosystem
March 24, 2014

Tyler Walters is Dean of University Libraries at Virginia Tech and is Co-Chair of the SHARE Steering Group. Judy Ruttenberg is Program Director for Transforming Research Libraries at the …

Making Way for Maker Culture
March 24, 2014

Alan Labb is Associate Provost of Educational Technology and Innovation and Associate Professor, Photography Department, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). Elizabeth Ne…

The Evolving MOOC
March 24, 2014

Maria Klawe is President of Harvey Mudd College. Elly Schofield is MOOC Program Coordinator for Harvey Mudd College. When MOOCs (massive open online courses) emerged to great fanfare…

Staying "Plugged In"
March 24, 2014

Diana G. Oblinger is President and CEO of EDUCAUSE. In the March/April 2014 EDUCAUSE Review, Susan Grajek and the members of the 2013–2014 EDUCAUSE IT Issues Panel outline this…

Top-Ten IT Issues, 2014: Be the Change You See
March 24, 2014

EDUCAUSE presents the top-ten IT issues facing higher education institutions. Many of these issues are not new. But in 2014 the ideas, solutions, and models that have been accumulating in high…

Doing More for Less: The Benefits and Practicalities of Collaboration
February 24, 2014

Key Takeaways At its core, collaboration of any kind relies on timing, trust, and opportunity to succeed, as Emmanuel College and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design de…

Understanding the Learning Personalities of Successful Online Students
February 24, 2014

Key Takeaways Long studied as a way to help people better understand themselves and others , personality research and theory has evolved to include the use of assessment tools…

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