AACC 2017 Review: I found people who would fight for the hope of me"
I found people who would fight for the hope of me. -Wes Moore, AACC 2017 Opening Keynote I personally had a really great AACC meeting for the following reasons: Wes Moore’s keynote and the quote above set the tone for me. I think he nailed it. That is what community colleges do. They fight for […]
Austin we have a problem: University of Maryland drops financial support for Kuali Student project
Some things are too coincidental to be a coincidence. -Yogi Berra I received an message the other day […]
Everyone Hates Their ERP except the Kuali Community…at least for now
A question begets a question, which begets a question, thus I will follow up from my last post with a few thoughts and a few more questions I have seen via various channels such as Twitter and blogs. I have observed the Kuali Community for years now, using both Jenzabar and Ellucian’s Colleague, while […]
Do you want to party with your ERP like it’s 1998?
I was dreaming when I wrote this, forgive me if I go astray -Prince On January 20, 1998 I was sitting in an auditorium at Oklahoma City Community College (OKCCC) mulling over a brand new ERP system for higher education. I’ve thought about that meeting several times over the years and thought it might be […]
ERP in Higher Education – An Unsustainable Model
NOTE: Posted with permission of Bruce W. Vieweg, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer Concordia College, Moorhead, MN Most of higher education is under enormous pressure simply to survive. Annual growths in tuition, and in all too many cases low graduation/completion rates, are simply not sustainable. Demographic changes are challenging us to rethink just […]