Jun 27, 2012
Better higher Ed should produce better workers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators for the future. So why do so many feel higher education is failing to meet this expectation? Where are higher educational institutions dropping the ball? What new or different innovations are being used in the hope of transforming Higher Ed? What is working or not working? What chronic issues still need to be addressed, and what new issues have emerged? Is IT in a position to enable or even drive such a transformation?
Guest 1: Edward Adams
Title: Chief Technology Officer and Director of Computing Services, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Guest 2: Dr. Michael Zastrocky
Title: Executive Director of the Leadership Board for CIO’s in Higher Education and Senior Advisor, The Chronicle of Higher Education
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