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​Digital leadership in a much disrupted sector

Divina Paredes (CIO) | Sept. 17, 2015
Stuart Haselden, director of ITS at the Victoria University of Wellington, talks about transforming infrastructure to support multiple users, from digital natives to academics.

"Really, the interactions students have while they are at university is still a huge advantage, that engagement is part of the university experience."

He compares this to the driverless car, "This type of car appeals to me some of the time but there are definitely times I may want to drive."

He says it is the same with books, where digital can further enhance the learning experience through digital books.

"Some will still want that form of interaction," he said.

"The challenge is how do we match those experiences and still get that engagement through digital technology?"

Source: CIO Australia


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