College and IT leaders say it’s not about the next tech, but about how teamwork and collaboration can revolutionize postsecondary education
Poetry, personal stories, laughs and boisterous arm and hand gestures are not what I was expecting at 8 in the morning, and, I’m nervous to admit, from a university president. Neither was the conversation aimed at inspiring collaboration among all departments and lessening boundaries and hierarchy.
“Lift up your eyes upon
This day breaking for you.
Give birth again
To the dream.”
“That was Maya Angelou, for those who were wondering,” opened Dr. Freeman Hrabowski at the 2014 Campus Technology conference in Boston, “and I like to do this: tell stories and inspire. It’s part of being a good leader.”…Read More