Part 2: The Power and Benefits of Blockchain Technology in Higher Education

Top of Mind Podcast: Power and Benefits of Blockchain Technology in Higher Education

Blockchain technology (blockchain) has a growing influence on higher ed. An institution that is well on its way to becoming the first blockchain university and knows this better than any other is Maryville University. In part two of this Top of Mind episode, Dr. Feng Hou, chief digital evangelist for Maryville University and advocate for […]

Part 1: The Power and Benefits of Blockchain Technology in Higher Education

Top of Mind Podcast: Power and Benefits of Blockchain Technology in Higher Education

Blockchain technology (blockchain) has a growing influence on higher education. An institution that is well on its way to becoming the first blockchain university and knows this better than any other is Maryville University. In this Top of Mind episode, Dr. Feng Hou, chief digital evangelist for Maryville University and visionary leader and advocate for […]

The Power and Value of Building a Comprehensive Learner Record

Top on Mind Podcast: The Power and Value of Building a Comprehensive Learner

Is a transcript the best way to truly reflect a student’s academic learning experience? Temple University’s registrar Bhavesh Bambhrolia believes that while the traditional transcript is safe and secure; it is limiting in communicating a student’s growth and development from a cumulative experience. In this Top of Mind episode, Bambhrolia gives listeners a glimpse into […]

Technology Trends and Predictions for 2022

Top of Mind Podcast: Technology Trends and Predictions for 2022

Vicki Tambellini, President and CEO of Tambellini Group kicks off this year’s Top of Mind Podcast series. The current state of higher education, although hard to generalize, is very much institution-dependent. However, one universal fact that rings true is that institutions are working on a smarter, not faster, approach. Listen in as Vicki shares what […]

Augsburg University and Luther Seminary: Approaching Three Years of IT Shared Services

Top of Mind: Approaching Three Years of IT Shared Services

Background In 2016, the presidents of Augsburg University and Luther Seminary decided to start exploring shared services, because, as President Paul Pribbenow wrote to the Augsburg campus, “through rethinking and improving our operations, we will be able to deliver on our distinct missions and allow both schools to provide exceptional teaching and learning for our […]