Every two weeks, the Cutting EDge Podcast will bring you the latest in higher education technology news and analysis. The program will explore trending topics in depth and highlight news across the campus IT landscape. Each episode will feature conversations with top executives across higher education on things like hybrid learning, emerging technology, cybersecurity and modernization.

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Georgia Tech turns to data for institutional success

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On the Cutting EDge podcast, Georgia Institute of Technology CIO Daren Hubbard explains how a focus on data will help the university grow.

How university CIOs push experience gains with modernization

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On Cutting EDge, Michigan State CIO Melissa Woo and Virginia Tech CIO Scott Midkiff say better user experience is a big reason to modernize.

UMass leans on hybrid orientation to fuel student success

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On the Cutting EDge podcast, University of Massachusetts Amherst CIO Chris Misra says a hybrid student orientation program is fueling its approach to student success.

How data management drives enrollment at Texas Tech

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On the Cutting EDge podcast, Texas Tech University CIO Sam Segran explains the school’s big enrollment and student success data effort.

Balancing learning management systems with student experience

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A product VP at Anthology explains how the company is easing the transition between the Blackboard LMS and Blackboard Learn Ultra.

Colleges strategize on study abroad tech as travel rebounds

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Terra Dotta CEO Anthony Rotoli said that colleges are reviewing data from study abroad management systems to guide communication.

What does it mean to add CIO to your job title?

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The University of North Texas' Adam Fein talks about bringing together university IT and digital innovation operations.

More not necessarily better when it comes to implementing edtech

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When introducing new technologies, instructors should consider their intended purposes, UNC's Todd Cherner said on the Cutting EDge podcast.

How higher ed IT leaders are dealing with burnout

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On this week's episode of the Cutting EDge, senior higher ed IT leaders talk about how they support their employees during rough times.

When university students are afraid to ask for help

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Lumen Learning Chief Academic Officer David Wiley joins Cutting EDge to talk about the company's experience testing personalized courseware.

How implementing OER is like training a puppy

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OpenStax Managing Director Daniel Williamson talks about the next steps in adopting open educational resources, outside of free textbooks.

Translating third-party cyber risks for campus administrators

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Part of planning for a cybersecurity breach through a third-party is explaining potential consequences to non-technical leadership, Educause's Brian Kelly said on this episode of the Cutting EDge.

How advising against automated proctoring fed into course design

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University of Michigan-Dearborn Associate Provost Mitchel Sollenberger discusses how avoiding automated proctoring shaped course design.

Data is transforming how universities approach student success

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As universities look toward a future focused even more on student success, the Cutting EDge podcast looks at how data plays a role.

Ensuring quality for postsecondary credentials, digital study tools

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As higher ed sees more credentials and digital study tools, the Cutting EDge podcast looks at how the industry is ensuring quality and addressing concerns.

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