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College CIO academy: Translate the ‘techno babble’

The sometimes indefinable role of a college’s chief information officer has become clearer for six campus technology staffers after a week of eight-hour days learning, among other lessons, how to…

CIOs prepare peers for their changing roles

An international group of chief information officers has developed a program designed to shift higher-education technology leaders from a purely technical role to one with more executive power, putting them…

Survey: ‘Digital natives’ need more IT support

A recent survey shows even tech-savvy college students require more campus IT support than you might think.…

Virtual Symposium examines worldwide growth of online access

Distance learning, open courseware, eBooks, wikis, and many other innovative technologies have forever affected education by connecting any topic in any discipline to any learner in any place. Drexel University's…

Researcher: College CIO shortage on the horizon

Wayne Brown's seven years of research has identified a wide swath of campus technology officials eager to become chief information officers someday. They're just not quite sure how. …

Colleges turn to unified communications to save costs, boost productivity

More colleges and universities are turning to unified communications as a way to streamline campus communication and save money in unpredictable economic times.…

Nova Southeastern dean making IT grads more marketable

Leo Irakliotis doesn’t just want to develop academics and researchers. The newly appointed dean of Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences also wants tech-savvy business people…

What Bill Gates is learning online

It’s no surprise, really, but it turns out Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates is a strong supporter of the open-courseware movement that has swept through higher education in the…

Grand Rapids textbook rental program expands

Grand Rapids Community College students were among the first in the nation to be able to rent their textbooks from their Follett’s campus bookstore, but now the company is expanding…

The top higher-ed tech stories of 2009: No. 3

Although technically it was published in 2008, "Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns," by Clayton Christensen, Curtis W. Johnson, and Michael Horn, made a…

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