Low code and no code platforms provide ways to create applications through graphical user interfaces and configuration rather than the traditional practice of software developers writing lines of code. In his latest blog, Jason Pyle shares how these platforms are expanding application development and capabilities in higher education.
Hosted by Higher Digital, each podcast episode will connect listeners to thoughtful guests experiencing the resurgence of higher education. Guests will explore the new Whys, the new Whats, and the new Hows of higher ed.
Transformed is a podcast hosted by Higher Digital that sheds new light on the resurgence of higher education. In each episode, Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb interviews guests to explore the new Whys, the new Whats, and the new Hows of higher ed.
Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb sat down with Nicholas Eremita, the Vice President of Enterprise Planning and Strategic Enablement at Southern New Hampshire University and Jason Pyle, the Vice President of Digital Integrations and Architecture at Higher Digital.
Our CEO and Co-Founder Wayne Bovier details top trends education leaders can take away from 2020, and how those learnings can be applied in 2021 to increase the accessibility, delivery, and affordability of higher education.
Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb sat down with Paul Butler, Director of Information & Library Services at University of Greenwich and Higher Digital Advisory Board Member, to chat about the university’s digital strategy to discover the ways in which the university uses data to support cultural change and decision making.
Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb sat down with CEO and co-founder Wayne Bovier to chat about how to cultivate a culture for change in higher education. They discuss the ways that this continuous process can help institutions become more comfortable and effective with change.
There is a lot of confusion in higher education about the term “data governance.” Is it the same as data quality or data management? We recently demystified data governance and explained the key pillars of any data governance initiative including data responsibility, data quality, data privacy, and data security.