Educause's Center for Applied Research releases list of top IT issues of 2012
- Educause's Center for Applied Research has released the results of its annual "Educause Top-Ten IT Issues 2012" research project.
- The list is the product of data gathered by 19 higher ed leaders who met each quarter to discuss the IT issues faced by their institutions.
- Topping the list was staff and skills development, followed by support for bring-your-own-device programs and developing a cloud strategy.
From the article:
MOOCs may seem to be at the tip of every IT leader's tongue these days, but the No. 1 concern for IT in higher education is staff and skills development, according to the annual "Educause Top-Ten IT Issues 2012" research project run by Educause's Center for Applied Research (ECAR). ...
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