Educause priorities list gives IT leaders a seat at the table
Educause's annual list of priorities in higher-ed IT leads with giving campus technology leaders a greater voice in institutional planning.
Higher ed IT workforce ‘never going back’ to pre-pandemic ways
On the Cutting EDge podcast, University of Wisconsin CIO Lois Brooks says the COVID-19 pandemic forever changed the higher ed IT workforce.
Louisiana work agency to offer residents free online IT classes
The new "Tech Ready Louisiana" program will give residents free access to classes provided by the online education vendor Coursera.
Connecticut announces $260,000 for higher ed tech projects
Gov. Ned Lamont's said six private colleges and the state university system will grants from the state's Tech Tech Accelerator program.
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.
How higher ed IT leaders are dealing with burnout
On this week's episode of the Cutting EDge, senior higher ed IT leaders talk about how they support their employees during rough times.
Universities can't expect to grow cyber workforce with 'antiquated methods'
At the Hack the Capitol conference, speakers said filling out the cyber workforce can't wait for everyone to complete an advanced degree.
Interest in cloud architecture, art history exploding on Udemy
Cloud architecture, Dynatrace and art history are the fastest-growing education trends, according to the online learning platform Udemy.
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.