Show Me the Evidence: Getting Serious About EdTech Decision-making in Higher Ed
Concurrent Session 3
Higher education spends $25B annually on technology. Yet despite its market size, there is little information about the factors that influence technology decisionmaking. In this session, hear from panelists on the state of edtech decision-making in higher ed and how leaders can leverage research to ensure the best tools enter today’s classrooms.
Today’s colleges and universities spend nearly $25 billion annually on technology and services, spanning from instructional technology and retention solutions to big data platforms and online program managers. Yet, in a nascent market flooded with products, it is often unclear what factors affect how technology purchasing decisions are made. In a world where technology is increasingly embedded in the learning experience, it is imperative that products actually deliver on their promise. Join us for a discussion on the state of edtech decision-making in higher ed, and how higher ed leaders can leverage research to ensure the best tools enter today’s classrooms.