The Higher Education Survey on Leadership; Innovation; and Technology; 2004
The Higher Education Survey on Leadership, Innovation, and Technology, 2004 focuses on the academic impact of IT on campuses across the U.S. The report is based on survey responses from more than 430 Presidents, Chief Academic Officers/Provosts, and Chief Financial Officers at non-profit and for-profit higher education institutions.
This report illuminates the "state of the art" in how institutions are leveraging their technology infrastructure, applications, and related services to support:
- Teaching, learning, and research
- Student satisfaction, through new levels of student service
- Campus expansion
- Improved performance in key rankings
The report explores areas in which technology can improve strategic institutional performance - enabling institutions to move beyond simple "more value for the dollar" prescriptions to help make technology a true enabler of top-level institutional goals.
The Higher Education Survey on Leadership, Innovation, and Technology, 2004 was underwritten by partners SunGard Collegis Leadership Alliance and The Sara Fine Institute at the University of Pittsburgh and by sponsors The College Board, Datatel, Jenzabar, SunGard Collegis, and SunGard SCT.