Technology has permeated every aspect of college life this year as campus buildings remained empty, and students and faculty switched on their devices from home to begin class. But how did the short-term responses to the crises set in motion more permanent ones that will leave a lasting impact?
Strategic Tech Decisions During the Pandemic analyzes the results from The Chronicle's latest survey of more than 600 senior administrators at institutions in the U.S. to better understand the ways the pandemic has changed or accelerated how colleges use technology to fulfill their missions. Learn answers to questions, including:
- What were the top five biggest challenges for institutions in adopting new academic technologies?
- In what ways did the pandemic open doors for colleges to experiment with new applications of technology?
- How has the role of the CIO evolved to become more strategic versus operational?
- After seeing what was possible short-term, what future plans for technology might colleges face?