The Higher Ed CIO’s 2021 Agenda: Business Leadership

The Higher Ed CIO’s 2021 Agenda: Business Leadership

Why Read This Research Moving from technical to business leader has been a topic of conversation for CIOs for several years, but not all higher education institutions nor all IT leaders have been prepared to make this shift. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a deeper understanding of technology’s role in all areas of an institution […]

Data Oversight

Data Overshight White Paper from Tambellini Group

Why Read This Research Data-driven decision-making requires access to reliable and trusted data. It becomes more challenging as administrative systems become more complex, the volume of data collected increases, and report development becomes decentralized. Institutions can meet these challenges with mature data oversight, or data governance, an institution-wide system of policies and processes that provide […]

The Human Elements of Artificial Intelligence

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Why Read This Research As institutions look to take advantage of intelligent automation and other AI-related technologies, it is critical to understand that adding intelligence to a process creates changes in unforeseen ways, including reducing human intervention, streamlining process workflows, reducing the flow of paper, speeding up processing, and providing deep insights to improve decision-making. […]

Online Proctoring Solutions and Student Privacy, Equity, and Experience

Online Proctoring White Paper from Tambellini Group

Why Read This Research Online learning environments offer unique challenges to student assessment, and many instructors are concerned with cheating in the uncontrolled conditions associated with at-home, online exams. When COVID-19 forced the widespread adoption of remote instruction, many higher education institutions prioritized the purchase of online proctoring solutions. The rapid growth of online proctoring […]

Connecting Higher Education Trends to Institutional and IT Strategies: Part 4 – Financial and Regulatory Pressures

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Why Read This Research The modern university emerged during the Second Industrial Revolution, creating the foundation and model for higher education. This model has evolved over the years and adapted to changes brought about by the third Industrial (Digital) Revolution, offering new programs of study, different modalities of learning, and technology-enriched processes and experiences. We […]

Connecting Higher Education Trends to Institutional and IT Strategies: Part 3 – New Competition and Models

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Why Read This Research The modern university emerged during the Second Industrial Revolution, creating the foundation and model for higher education. This model has evolved over the years and adapted to changes brought about by the third Industrial (Digital) Revolution, offering new programs of study, different modalities of learning, and technology-enriched processes and experiences. We […]

Connecting Higher Education Trends to Institutional and IT Strategies: Part 2 – Changing Needs and Expectations

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Why Read This Research The modern university emerged during the Second Industrial Revolution, creating the foundation and model for higher education. This model has evolved over the years and adapted to changes brought about by the third Industrial (Digital) Revolution, offering new programs of study, different modalities of learning, and technology-enriched processes and experiences. We […]

Connecting Higher Education Trends to Institutional and IT Strategies: Part 1 – Societal and Technological Shifts

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Why Read This Research The modern university emerged during the Second Industrial Revolution, creating the foundation and model for higher education. This model has evolved over the years and adapted to changes brought about by the third Industrial (Digital) Revolution, offering new programs of study, different modalities of learning, and technology-enriched processes and experiences. We […]

Administrative Systems Planning in 2020

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Why Read This Research Those responsible for long-term planning in higher education have significant challenges as we enter the second half of 2020. Many institutions have already had budgets cut, and many expect further financial and operational difficulties through the next academic year. Core administrative systems of human capital management (HCM), finance, and student are […]

Student Success in Higher Education

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Why Read This Research Student success is an evolving term in higher education, like cloud technologies, where the definition isn’t a one size fits all. What does student success mean to higher education? And why does it differ from institution to institution? At the core, student success means helping students achieve academic progress. Academic progress […]