Higher ed administrators not confident in ability to make decisions on emerging ed tech: Survey


A recent report from College Innovation Network (CIN) explores how higher ed administrators are grappling with developing educational technologies. CIN surveyed 214 higher ed administrators in the US and found that less than half were confident in their ability to effectively choose ed tech products. These administrators were not typically drawing on data to make decisions about the technology; and, as a result of feelings of uncertainty about emerging technology, the administrators often responded with inaction. These findings, as concluded by CIN, highlight the need for more resources to inform decision-making when it comes to edtech.eCampusNews | WGU Labs (Report)