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To make an impact in higher ed: listen, learn, show you care, CIO says

by Betsy Foresman

David Sanchez, incoming CIO at Austin Peay State University, says that it doesn't matter how smart you are if you can't build a strong team.

Cybersecurity on a small-school budget: Two liberal arts colleges team up to share a CISO

by Patience Wait

Susquehanna University and Franklin & Marshall College — about 90 miles apart in Pennsylvania — have an uncommon deal with a security pro.

An 'infinite' plan for higher ed: Q&A with ASU President Michael Crow

by Emily Tate

The president of Arizona State University — named the most innovative college in the country — sat down with EdScoop during the ASU+GSV Summit.

Microsoft VP Anthony Salcito on 'democratizing AI' and getting to a new phase in the use of data

by Wyatt Kash

In a Q&A with EdScoop, the leader of the company's global education arm describes the role artificial intelligence has begun to play in education.

CoSN, EdScoop kick off third annual NextGeneration Leaders program

by EdScoop Staff

The initiative aims to recognize the up-and-comers in K-12 education technology across the U.S.

The role of the higher ed CIO in the age of increased accountability

by Simeon Ananou

Commentary: F­ive questions higher ed CIOs can — and should — help answer in measuring student success.

School innovation chief tells ISTE audience: Start talking about tech implementation failures

by Emily Tate

Jennie Magiera, chief innovation officer for a Chicago public school, encouraged educators in San Antonio to share their untold struggles.

​New ISTE chief Richard Culatta outlines early vision for national edtech group

by Wyatt Kash

The former Education Department tech director and Rhode Island innovation champion wants to strengthen the bridges between academic officers and tech, and between K-12 and higher ed.

​Charlotte-Mecklenberg's personalized learning chief highlights top edtech priorities

by Wyatt Kash

Valerie Truesdale continues to push for making digital learning available 24/7 for district’s 147,000 students.