Tag: Information Technology
Chaotic, inconvenient, and inaccurate: words all used by IT Forum partners to describe their institution’s approach to technology project intake. For most universities and colleges, it’s because IT project requests have multiplied over recent years and their traditional, ad hoc approaches to intake have become overwhelmed. Without fair and standardized project intake processes, CIOs are […]
Some schools are rolling out new, scalable IT service models amid technology disruption. Learn how one university embraces organizational design by rehiring existing IT staff to a new offsite location.
Virtual reality may become one of the most important tech tools in education across the next decade. Here’s how colleges are going virtual.
Learn how technology can move academic advising interactions from transactional to relational and support holistic advising efforts.
See how Wayne State University used VR technology to bring campus to prospective out-of-state students.
Before you reserve your seat for the IT Forum’s 2019-2020 roundtables, take a look back at last year’s content sessions and the value they delivered to our members.
George Mason University students can now have food delivered anywhere on the college’s 800-acre campus in 15 minutes or less.
Aside from assisting with instruction, artificial intelligence can also help colleges organize and share information and streamline back-end processes.
Woolf: A Borderless University was created to help scale the traditional one-on-one teaching methods used at some UK universities like Oxford and Cambridge. See what lessons tech leaders can learn from Woolf.
Four university CIOs say these are the trends worth learning more about this year.