General sessions cover key issues related to IT in higher education
Tressie McMillan Cottom, MacArthur Fellow, cultural critic, sociologist and award-winning writer, will open EDUCAUSE 2023 on Tuesday, October 10 at a moderate fireside chat. She will discuss pressing issues in higher education, the future of work and technology.
On Wednesday, October 11, Susan Grajek, EDUCAUSE vice president for partnerships, communities and research, will present the organization’s annual report. Top 10 IT Problems for 2024. She will explain why higher education leadership must go beyond growth and innovation to address risks and prepare for what lies ahead.
On Thursday, October 12, keynote speaker and sociologist Kim Lear will discuss generational trends in the job market and explain why multigenerational teams often outperform homogenous groups. In his speech, “Prepare for the future“, she will explain how these trends play a role in higher education, both in the workplace and in interactions with parents and students.
Don’t miss these EDUCAUSE 2023 presentations and panels
The conference agenda includes hundreds of timely and thought-provoking sessions covering the latest technologies in higher education. Here are a few you shouldn’t miss: