The Evolution of IT in Higher Education, 1990-2018
Session 2: Campus Computing Project, 1990 to 2018: The Evolution of IT in Higher Education
Executive Vice President & Provost Chase invites you to a special presentation by Dr. Kenneth C. Green, founder of the Campus Computing Project. The Campus Computing Project is one of the longest continuing studies of e-learning and information technology in higher education.
Dr. Green has agreed to share insights and discuss results obtained from nearly three decades of asking campuses to identify the information technology issues affecting American higher education. After a brief introduction, Dr. Green will entertain questions from the audience about past, current, and future information technology findings, issues, and trends.
A sample of titles from the Campus Computing Annual Reports over the years show the breadth of topics the project has been tracking:
- 1994 - Information Technology Moves Slowly into the Classroom
- 2000 - Struggling with IT Staffing
- 2006 - Wireless Networks Reach Half of College Classrooms: IT Security Incidents Decline This Past Year
- 2016 - KEY CAMPUS IT ISSUES: Personnel, Instruction, Budgets, Security, and Analytics
For more information about the Campus Computing Project and access to all of the annual reports visit the project website.
Light refreshments will be served.
While an RSVP is not required to attend the session, please complete the online RSVP to help us get an accurate count for refreshments.
This event is free and open to all faculty, staff, students and their guests.
Office of Executive Vice President & Provost