The Data-driven University with Gordon Wishon

Alex Freeman |

Former Tambellini Author

The Data-driven University with Gordon Wishon
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Tambellini’s Alex Freeman sat down with Gordon Wishon, recently retired Chief Information Officer at Arizona State University (ASU), to learn more about Wishon’s work over his many years as a CIO in higher education using data for operations and academics. Wishon serves on the Tambellini Executive Advisory Council.

Highlights include:

  • Data architecture
  • Data-driven university
  • Student systems
  • Early warning systems
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Machine learning
  • Data privacy policies

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Alex Freeman |

Former Tambellini Author

Alex Freeman
As a former Senior Analyst and Director at the Tambellini Group, Alex Freeman has provided direct support to Tambellini members, as well as analysis and insights into global trends within higher education. Mr. Freeman is well versed in learning management systems (LMS), and instructional technology, membership management, and market research. Prior to Tambellini, he has served as editor, co-author, and researcher for the NMC Horizon Report series, which analyzed technology uptake across global higher education, K-12 schools, museums, and libraries.

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