EDUCAUSE 2014: Higher Education's Next Venture
Microsoft Education's Cameron Evans says the higher education business model must change dramatically in order to fully meet students' needs.
- Cameron Evans, Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Education
- Improving productivity, lowering costs and changing student outcomes should be the top priorities of U.S. higher education leaders as they navigate the rapidly changing technological landscape, Evans says.
- In the context of education, Big Data-driven insights can show how students learn, what makes them successful and ultimately improve outcomes.
- Today's challenges will demand more courage from IT leaders, CIOs and college presidents, Evans says: "We need to accelerate our progress in higher education."
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