Institutions of higher learning rely heavily on technological innovation to effectively deliver educational services and provide students with a quality experience. Thus, the ability of leaders and administrators at these institutions to produce effective policy and to innovate in an evolving world hinges on successfully applying technological solutions to everyday challenges facing their college or university. Cases on Technologies for Educational Leadership and Administration in Higher Education brings together a collection of practical case studies exploring the application of new technologies, such as student management systems and enterprise resource planning, along with strategies that educational leaders can use to foster organizational change. Targeted toward college and university administrators and leaders, this book discusses successful strategies for managing universities in the tech-savvy 21st century.The College serves a diverse community of learners in undergraduate and graduate programs. As of Fall ... The Master of Leadership Development (MLD) program enrolled its third cohort of 23 students in February 2009, and 9 additional students in a special cohort. ... SETTING THE STAGE The College started a correspondence distance program in 1973 and delivered its first online course in 1996.
|Title||:||Cases on Technologies for Educational Leadership and Administration in Higher Education|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2012-05-31|