Balancing optimism with caution in higher ed AI
Higher education leaders are right to be cautious about using artificial intelligence in classrooms or operations, Educause's Kathe Palletier writes. But there are reasons for optimism, and helpful examples to guide ethical and practical applications.
Educause CIO headed to University of Illinois
Mairead Martin announced on LinkedIn she will start as the next CIO of the University of Illinois in July.
University IT teams shrank during pandemic, but security positions grew
University IT teams are getting smaller, even beyond the shock of the pandemic, according to new data from Educause.
2022 Educause Horizon Report highlights emerging edtech, professional development
The 2022 Educause Horizon Report shares strategies for emerging technology and developing sustainable online learning.
Want to be a university CIO? Educause 'Pathways' website shows how
Educause's "Pathways" website charts four paths for higher education technology professionals, each with planning resources and advice.
Translating third-party cyber risks for campus administrators
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.
Lack of diversity in higher education IT leadership targeted by new fellowship program
The Next Leaders Fellowship aims to diversify senior IT leadership by serving as a stepping stone for people of color in mid-level roles.
Post-pandemic transformation heads Educause's 2022 priorities list
In an annual survey, Educause members prioritized issues preparing higher education institutions and students up for long-term success through technology.
Outgoing Educause research director says tech hype never delivered
In eight years with the higher education group, D. Christopher Brooks said he saw a transition away from hype to evidence-based research.