May/June Issue of EDUCAUSE Review: Why IT Matters to Higher Education

Wed, 2011-06-01 13:47 -- carol

The new issue of EDUCAUSE Review is now available on line: http://www.educause.edu/er. This issue includes:

features

Leading the Higher Education IT Organization: Six Building Blocks of Success
Stephen J. Laster
"To succeed tomorrow, IT leaders today need to address several core technology issues and challenges. Together, these issues constitute six building blocks that can form a new pyramid, one leading ultimately to higher education IT value. "

Top-Ten IT Issues, 2011
Bret L. Ingerman, Catherine Yang, and the 2011 EDUCAUSE Current Issues Committee
"EDUCAUSE presents the top-ten IT-related issues in terms of strategic importance to the institution, as revealed by the twelfth annual EDUCAUSE Current Issues Survey."

Collaboration for a Positive-Sum Outcome: An Interview with Ira H. Fuchs
Christopher J. Mackie
"In a world where so many budget choices reduce to zero-sum or even negative-sum, multi-institutional collaboration is one of the few options that allow the possibility of a significantly positive-sum outcome."

departments

Homepage [From the President]
Current Issues, Collaboration, and the Common Good
Diana G. Oblinger

Leadership [Views from the Top]
The Impact of Globalization and the Future University
John J. DeGioia

E-Content [All Things Digital]
Enabling Noncompetitive Collaboration at Web Scale
Rachel L. Frick

PodcastIT [Audio & Video Interviews]
The Pendulum Swings
Oliver Grüter-Andrew and Colin Currie

New Horizons [The Technologies Ahead]
In Search of Future-Focused Learning Technologies
Jonathon Richter

Policy Matters [Campus Environment & Political Context]
The Roads Ahead
Greg Jackson, Rodney Petersen, and Steve Worona

Viewpoints [Today's Hot Topics]
Student Engagement: Challenges from a CIO Perspective
Joanne Kossuth

www [Worth a Look (or Listen) @ www.educause.edu]
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