Instead of merely responding to higher-ed policy issues, Vice President for IT and CIO at the University of South Carolina Bill Hogue advocates that IT adopt a more assertive and proactive approach: “I think we must set the objectives.” Dr. Hogue writes regularly on information technology issues and in 2013 was elected to the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors for a four-year term.
Watch this clip of Bill discussing five issues that he believes will challenge higher ed in the next five years.
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“There is this weird sense that the democratization of information is having exactly the opposite effect from the kind of internet utopians thought was going to happen,” said Harry Lewis, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and moderator of a panel series at Harvard University called “Higher Education in the Networked Age.”
What is the role of the university in monitoring or educating how students access information on the internet? See what these experts have to say during about the future of ed-tech in higher ed.
CIO – Technology for higher education makes a valuable IT investment
How has IT in higher ed changed for faculty and students? When asked how CIOs should manage their strategic planning, Igor Steinberg, chief information officer at Wisconsin Department of Justice, suggested shrinking the strategic planning cycle time. Listen to Dr. Steinberg elaborate on this process by watching, “CIO: Technology for higher education makes a valuable IT investment.”