This is as much a “series” as much as it’s a reflection of the fact that people who are involved in the social sphere of the Higher Ed Community themselves struggle with certain things too. For me, that current beast is LinkedIn. I̵
I don’t know about you, but I have a penchant for downplaying things I do. I’ve never been fond of bragging about accomplishments, even things I’m especially proud of unless people ask. One of the things you learn quickly in the “re
I don’t know how it is for you, but April always kicks my butt. This year was no exception. It’s a busy time of year on our campus, with returning alumni, student events galore, open forums for high-level candidates, and loads of Earth Day/envi
I’ve been building things my whole life. I know developer nerds have a knack of citing all of the random programs they’ve built over the years. For me, that’s organizations.
Back when I was about 14, I took a summer off from tennis. You s
It’s important we don’t mistake the data-driven revolution that’s taking place right now in Higher Ed for something it’s not.It’s not marketing.By no means am I dismissing the importance of our laggard adoption to quantitative accountability at a