EDUCAUSE Policy monitors and analyzes the public policy issues that directly or indirectly affect IT in higher education and advocates on behalf of the community.
News and Events
EDUCAUSE Comments: ADA Web Regulations Supplemental Advance Notice
by Jarret Cummings | October 12, 2016
Accessible Instructional Materials Bill Introduced with Higher Ed., Disability, Publishing, and Tech Groups’ Support
by Jarret Cummings | September 29, 2016
NIST Releases, Requests Comments on Cybersecurity Resources
by Jarret Cummings | September 22, 2016
EDUCAUSE Comments: Distance Education State Authorization Regulations
by Jarret Cummings | August 31, 2016
ED Announces EQIP Partnerships
by EDUCAUSE Policy Office | August 29, 2016
Federal Health Care Cybersecurity Task Force Requests Information
by Jennifer Ortega | August 29, 2016
Higher education has ethical and legal obligations to ensure that programs and services are accessible to all learners and employees, and as IT plays an increasingly integral role in higher education, whether IT is accessible can have a major impact on student success.
Higher education was instrumental in developing the Internet and, as one of the largest producers and consumers of Internet content, the higher education community has a special interest in guaranteeing the network remains as open as possible.