Information Technology

Information Technology

Anonymous Businesswoman Analyzing Statistical Business Reports on her Tablet PC at the Office, a Close Up
Nov 04, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.

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November 4, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.
November 3, 2022
To appeal to students’ and employees’ “hearts and minds,” campus tech leaders experiment with unconventional strategies: festivals, art installations and role-playing games.
August 17, 2022
Even as colleges adapt to the fall of Roe v. Wade, institutions have offered students a range of direct, indirect and sometimes outdated messaging about protecting medical information that could make them vulnerable.
July 22, 2022
Colleges and universities experienced a surge in ransomware attacks in 2021, and those attacks had significant operational and financial costs, according to a new report.
February 22, 2022
As more colleges and universities use data analytics to understand student behaviors and how they move around campuses, privacy advocates and faculty members are pushing back on the intrusion.
January 31, 2022
The platform for sharing course materials is hiring critical digital pedagogy scholar Sean Michael Morris to help it reinvent how it approaches teaching and learning.
January 25, 2022
Institutions are tweaking campus information systems to make them better reflect students’ gender identities but are finding the technology to do so challenging.
December 16, 2021
Ransomware attacks are skyrocketing at a time when many colleges are finding they can’t afford cyberinsurance — or can’t even get it. 
September 14, 2021
Combined entity will work with thousands of colleges across administrative and academic departments.
September 8, 2021
Unable to piece together all the different indicators, colleges and their instructors struggle to glean real wisdom, let alone adjust to a student’s needs, write Cathy O’Bryan and Bhavin Shah.

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