Many say that the one position in education that has evolved the most in recent years is Chief Information Officer, both in K-12 and higher ed. In higher education, the scope of fast-paced changes in technology are breathtaking. And unlike K-12 where the CIO/CTO position is still seen as the individual that keeps the network up and running, the higher ed CIO has become something of a star.

I recently had the opportunity to interview the CIOs of three very high-profile programs: The Kenan-Flagler School of Business at UNC, The Sloan School of Management at MIT, and The University of Chicago...

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Dr. Rod Berger is President and CEO of MindRocket Media Group. He is an education industry strategist covering thought leadership in global education for Forbes, Scholastic, The Huffington Post, EdTech Review India, AmericanEdTV and edCircuit. Dr. Berger has worked as a school administrator, college professor, edtech strategist, online content developer, K-12 PD provider and guest lecturer at Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management. As one of the world’s leading education media personalities, he has interviewed top education thought leaders like Sir Ken Robinson, Former United States Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan and over 500 global education influencers. He is currently collaborating with AmericanEdTV and CBS’s Jack Ford on original educational news programming. Email: Twitter @DrRodBerger