Many college officials have taken to Twitter in recent years.
Decision makers at every level of higher education are active on Twitter, with chief information officers tweeting about technology solutions to pressing problems, IT officials interacting with students and faculty about educational technology, and, of course, college and university presidents commenting on some of the most relevant higher education issues of the day.
A cavalcade of campus presidents are on Twitter, though not nearly every one is active on the social network, tweeting, re-tweeting, and interacting with the greater university community.
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University CIOs you must follow on Twitter
eCampus News staffers sifted through dozens of college and university presidents on Twitter to find the five best follows. We highly recommend you peruse their respective Twitter timelines and see exactly what these higher-ed leaders are discussing on a daily and weekly basis.
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Joseph Aoun, president of Northeastern University
David Leebron, president of Rice University
Renu Khator, president of the University of Houston
Christopher Maples, president of the Oregon Institute of Technology