Faculty members at universities are often criticized for being reluctant to embrace new digital tools and instruction models, InformationWeek reports. The University of Oklahoma, with its One University digital initiative, is taking the approach that it's "up to the institution to step up and say we're going to give you the resources you need," says CIO Loretta Early.

When OU started One University last year, there already were "lots of pockets" of digital exploration among faculty members, Early says, but the university recognized that it needed a coherent strategy. It couldn't be just an IT-led initiative, nor was it a matter...

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