Contributed Documents

 The Promise and/or Perils of Digital content on Teaching and Learning
This white paper takes a broad perspective on the adoption of digital content in the teaching and learning space within higher education. While digital content in the news and leisure sectors has been eclipsing print content, with college and university courses the trend is at a much slower rate. This paper takes a look at the various types of digital content; promises and advantages of from the student perspective, faculty perspective, and administration perspective; and also the challenges of digital content.
Authors:
Dr. Christina M. Finneran, Director of Academic Technology, Bowdoin College
Dr. M. Lewis Temares, VP/CIO, Dean of Engineering,  Emeritus, University of Miami
Ben Zastrocky, Director, Educational Technology Center, Metropolitan State University of Denver
The Promise or Perils of Digital Content on Teaching and Learning

Information Quotient (IQ) and Transforming Higher Education
This white paper was written by LBCIO, sponsored by Workday and published by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Information Quotient (IQ) and Transforming Higher Education

The Evolution of the Higher Education Polymath: How the Role of the Chief Information Officer is Being Impacted by Information Technology Industry Forces
Dissertation from Dr. Jerome DeSanto
Dissertation Final_May 2012

The Evolving Role of the Higher Education CIO (Polymath)
Jerry DeSanto’s presentation at the LBCIO meeting at Metro State University in Denver, Nivember 5, 2012
Evolving Role of the Higher Education CIO Presentation

What I wish I knew as a new CIO that I know now…

University of Miami Security Policies and Procedures

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