When I recently became CIO of Washburn University in Kansas, my new colleagues asked me what I planned to accomplish in my first 60 days.
We have entered a new age for the educational CIOs and the institutions they support, not unlike the decentralized disruption.
With the decrease in cost and increase in availability of computing technologies, as well as robust, powerful manufacturing and robotics solutions.
It’s interesting to be involved with HPC and to watch how it is transforming so many industries and disciplines.
The screen keeps creeping into my world of reading and it has made me start to wonder: How might reading on screen impact my comprehension of what I’m reading?
Not a Debate, But an Imperative
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There are many encouraging advances in edtech that deserve our careful attention, as do the issues that inevitably rise alongside opportunity.