Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Modeling an IT Strategy for Student Success - John Suess and Henry Childers, EDUCAUSE Review

For institutions to fully benefit from their investments in student success and to position themselves for continued improvement, IT leadership must get engaged and develop an IT strategy that supports student success and can evolve with the institution's needs. The issue of student success has risen to the forefront of public attention thanks in part to the Obama administration's goal of making the United States the world leader in four-year degree attainment among 25–34 year olds and the Gates Foundation and its emphasis on postsecondary success. If you type "student success initiative" into the Google search box, you will get 15,200 results, providing one indication of how widespread campus efforts to improve student success have become.

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