A Study of CIO Roles and Effectiveness in Higher Education

The role of the CIO has existed in higher education for some 25 years, but its career path is not well defined. Wayne Brown's ongoing research, now under the guise of the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officers Studies, attempts to uncover key trends in the CIO role in an effort to help IT leaders going forward.

Choudhury Appointed CLIR Fellow

Sayeed Choudhury has been appointed to CLIR Senior Presidential Fellow.

PadrĂ³n to Chair AAC&U

Miami Dade President Eduardo Padrón is elected to chair the AAC&U.

Driving Google Apps for Education

A humble little old bus left Google's Mountain View, CA campus Monday for a 5,000-mile trek across the US to visit 10 college campuses, beginning with southern California's USC. Of course, the 30-year-old bus was converted to biodiesel, updated with solar panels and other green features, stocked with tons of technology and wireless Internet, and given an adorable "Google" paint job. It departed on schedule, chock full of Google Apps for Education demos and tech experts (riding along or flying to meet the bus) with new ideas to discuss with students and faculty.

NSBA '20 To Watch' Nomination Deadline Nears

Nominations for the National School Boards Association's "20 To Watch" program are coming to a close within the next two weeks. The program aims to recognize innovators in the field of education technology in both higher education and K-12.

DeVry Inc. Hires New CIO

Eric Dirst will be the new chief information officer at the parent company for DeVry University and the Keller Graduate School of Management.

U of O's New Director of Academic Information Services

Helen Chu is the new director of academic information services at the University of Oregon.

WGU Appoints New CTO

Dave Wilson has been named as the new Chief Technology Officer for Western Governors University.

New CTO at University of Puget Sound

In March, 2008, Molly Tamarkin will become the new Chief Technology Officer at the University of Puget Sound in the state of Washington.

Colleges Look Outside for IT Management

Three North American colleges have signed on with CampusWorks to supply IT personnel, management, and strategic planning. Through the deals, CampusWorks will supply the colleges with everything from a CIO to planning for technological investments using its "Learner-Centered Technology Management Co-Source Model."

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