From how to maximize IT investments to the best practices for increasing data usage, it’s tough to deny that there’s a lot being talked about in the Higher Ed technology community. Stay up to date on all of the most discussed topics in Higher Ed IT with our picks for the must-read articles from last month.
One of the biggest perks of working in Higher Ed is its collaborative attitude with regards to working with other institutions and sharing lessons learned. Being able to ask IT leaders at other universities what their current challenges and obstacles are can be incredibly valuable. Thankfully, Educause Review released a series of interviews that did just that! Learn more about what other IT leaders are thinking about with Educause’s full article.
Innovation may not be at the forefront of every university it department’s thoughts, but, for many, it’s a way to stand out to prospective students. Hanover Research’s 2017 report on improvement trends within Higher Ed institutions showcases how other universities are standing out from the crowd. Learn more about what makes for an innovative institution with eCampus News’ full article.
Depending on your institution, decision-making in Higher Ed can often be a daunting process. Don’t fret, however; EdTech Efficacy Research Academic Symposium recently released a study which documents the decision-making process at multiple universities around the US. Find out what other IT leaders are doing with campus technology’s full article.
The collaborative nature of Higher Ed offers institutions opportunities to quickly survey their stakeholders, build relationships with student leadership, and even staff projects with students on work-study. These benefits can have a huge impact on productivity and the success of IT projects. Learn more about how interacting with students can benefit your institution with EdTech Magazine’s full article.
With the vast amounts of data that Higher Ed institutions house, the secure storage and usage of that data is paramount. This is especially true with the rise in popularity of Internet of Things devices. Learn more about the best practices for dealing with university data with EdTech Magazine’s full article.
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