• Technology: Reshaping Economy and Educational Goals

    • by Elliot Hirshman
    • January 11, 2016
    • In Print

    How are ubiquitous Internet connectivity and widespread access to personal computing dramatically changing the economic structure of our society and, consequently, the educational preparation necessary for graduates to thrive?

  • Modernizing U.S. Schools of Education

    • by Arthur Levine
    • October 12, 2015
    • In Print

    The question is not whether to change quickly or slowly, a lot or a little. The issue is to know the purpose of a college.

  • Staying Focused on Improvement

    • by Diana S. Natalicio
    • August 17, 2015
    • In Print

    The key is to stay focused and to make sure that we are using the right technology, targeted toward our institutional goals.

  • Reshaping the Educational Environment for Tomorrow’s Workforce

    • by Richard M. Rhodes
    • June 22, 2015
    • In Print

    Imagine a state-of-the-art facility, stretching 1.2 million square feet, that brings innovative STEM, continuing education, and other instruction, flexible training labs, business incubator space, public-private partnerships, and nonprofit resources under one roof, all to benefit students and the community.

  • Our Students Need Bread and Roses

    • by Terry O'Banion
    • April 27, 2015
    • In Print

    Like the periodic appearance of locusts, the urge to reform American education crops up every decade to promise a new future by transforming the present.

  • Achieving the (Often Delicate) Balance between Technology and Information Security

    • by Ronald L. Vaughn
    • January 12, 2015
    • In Print

    Higher education leaders today face mounting pressure to compete for dwindling numbers of college applicants, account for learning outcomes, embrace technology innovation and disruption, and make key decisions regarding whether to move enterprise applications and infrastructure to the cloud.

  • A Tuition-Free College Degree

    • by Shai Reshef
    • November 10, 2014
    • In Print

    I would like to share with you a new model of higher education—a model that, once expanded, can enhance the collective intelligence of millions of creative and motivated individuals who otherwise would be left behind.

  • Leading in 140 Characters or Less

    • by Santa J. Ono
    • September 15, 2014
    • In Print

    It is hard to imagine a world without some variation of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and all the other media of digital communication.

  • The Value of Administrative IT: Getting It Right

    • by Jarret Cummings and Betsy Reinitz
    • July 14, 2014
    • In Print

    In late 2013, EDUCAUSE and NACUBO (the National Association of College and University Business Officers) convened a joint working group to explore how best to maximize the cost-effectiveness of administrative systems and services.

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