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Higher ed leaders brace for new reporting requirements

by EdScoop Staff

On the Cutting EDge podcast, Educause’s policy lead Jarrett Cummings says higher ed IT leaders need to be on the lookout for new federal reporting requirements.

Educause priorities list gives IT leaders a seat at the table

by Lindsay McKenzie

Educause's annual list of priorities in higher-ed IT leads with giving campus technology leaders a greater voice in institutional planning.

New federal IT requirements coming to higher ed, Educause says

by Lindsay McKenzie

Speakers at Educause's conference warned of looming changes to web accessibility requirements and cyber incident reporting at universities.

Attracting diverse talent getting harder, say higher ed IT leaders

by Lindsay McKenzie

Higher education IT leaders said they face burnout and competition from other organizations in building and keeping a diverse workforce.

Universities still granting admin privileges to all employees, survey finds

by Lindsay McKenzie

An Educause survey found 30% of colleges and university networks give all staff and faculty users administrative privileges.

Take these steps to boost hybrid learning at your college, says Educause

by Lindsay McKenzie

The future is hybrid, but what will it take to get there? A new Educause report has tips for administrators.

Sharon Pitt to lead IT at Brown University

by Lindsay McKenzie

Pitt, who's been the University of Delaware's CIO since 2017, will move to Providence, R.I., to take over IT leadership at Brown University.

Unifying sources 'key' to higher ed data and analytics, Educause finds

by Emily Bamforth

Educause researchers found institutions need to modernize data governance to optimize their use of technologies like data analytics.

Balancing optimism with caution in higher ed AI

by Kathe Pelletier

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.

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