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Education Reference Architecture
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December 19, 2019
Industry 4.0 will have a significant impact on virtually every industry. Higher Education has a major role to play in preparing the next generation of workers to meet these challenges. To be successful, Higher Education itself must undergo significant changes in culture, curricula, and delivery models.
November 19, 2019
Student information systems (SIS) are part of the core group of applications that education organizations need to manage sensitive and private student data. Selecting the right SIS is a complex task with a multitude of functions and stakeholders that must be considered and consulted before making a decision. Making the wrong technology selection has significant implications.
October 24, 2019
With the rise of online learning, CIOs at colleges and universities are now directly involved in the learning outcomes and success of the students. Program administrators will increasingly turn to IT when designing their courses or engaging vendors for online program management.
October 24, 2019
Development of an IT strategy aligned with the academic and business goals of the institution is a necessary prerequisite to the establishment of a successful IT governance framework. The second prerequisite is an effective PPM framework that addresses the intake process, investment prioritization criteria, and resource capacity management.
Part 1: Establishing a Balanced Scorecard for IT Performance in K-12 Is an Important Complement to IT Strategy
August 9, 2019
The balanced scorecard (BSC) often includes four perspectives, but K-12 districts and schools typically start with a perspective that tracks student outcomes and learning results. To be most effective, the IT BSC should be tied to the organization’s scorecard and reflect organizational strategies and goals.