According to podcasthosting.org, 55% of the US population has listened to a podcast, and 25% of US podcast listeners have a 4-year college degree (vs. 19% of US population). While the audience for podcasts is smaller than other mediums, the benefits for listeners are many—learning directly from experts, cutting down on screentime, and multitasking—to name a few.
With the many demands on higher ed technology leaders, the Tambellini Group Top of Mind podcast is dedicated to providing useful information in a format designed for leaders whose time is in demand. Listeners share that the Top of Mind podcasts offer access to expert opinions, best practices and recommendations, and insights on timely topics that are important to them and their staff.
In case you missed it, check out these five Tambellini Group Top of Mind podcast episodes for higher education tech leaders:
“Whether it’s at NASA or a university system level job, a CIO wants to be able to expand the scope of our technology and systems to impact the largest number of people.”
How does your institution define and approach digital trust? Dr. Kidwell explains the power behind having intentional conversations with stakeholders, faculty & staff, and most importantly, the students.
Is a transcript the best way to truly reflect a student’s academic learning experience? Consider that while the traditional transcript is safe and secure, it is limiting in communicating a student’s growth and development from a cumulative experience.
Get an inside scoop about the cultivation and success of ONU’s transformation project and the relationship between digital transformation, enrollment, and retention.
How does your institution measure intention? Get a glimpse into the intentions behind the University of Delaware’s growing digital transformation strategy.
Want to be a featured guest on Tambellini Group’s Top of Mind podcast? Contact us to share your thought leadership and showcase your institution.