We Shoulda Known: Some Lessons for the Future from the Past

Tuesday, November 13 | 5:00PM–12:00AM ET
Session Type: Virtual
Delivery Format: Additional On-Demand Content
In the two decades since EDUCAUSE was born, IT has transformed higher education in myriad ways. Together with others in the field, EDUCAUSE members have worked to achieve, share, and disseminate successes. But important lessons for future success, Paul Ormerod's Why Most Things Fail reminds us, come as much from what goes badly as from what goes well. So let's mark EDUCAUSE's 20th anniversary not just by celebrating achievements, but also by exploring lapses. What has fallen short in campus IT? What should we learn from that to enhance future success?


  • Greg Jackson

    MIT Educational Counselor & Fortium Partner, MIT
  • Klara Jelinkova

  • Joe Moreau

    Vice Chancellor of Technology & CTO, Foothill-DeAnza Community College District
  • Jenn Stringer

    Associate Vice Chancellor for IT & CIO, University of California, Berkeley

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    Updated on 11/8/2018