At Chapman University, we are proud to be a part of the EDUCAUSE institution. As a non-profit organization, EDUCAUSE is committed to advancing higher education through information technology. By bringing together professionals from various fields, including IT leaders, educators, administrators, researchers, and technology vendors, EDUCAUSE encourages collaboration and innovation in the higher education sector.
Becoming a member of EDUCAUSE provides individuals and institutions involved in higher education with a wealth of benefits and resources. We believe that these key aspects of membership are particularly valuable:
- Networking and Collaboration: Members gain access to a vast network of professionals in higher education technology. Members can connect with peers, share experiences, and collaborate on projects and initiatives through online communities, discussion forums, and networking events.
- Knowledge Resources: EDUCAUSE offers a wealth of resources to its members, including research papers, case studies, white papers, webinars, and publications. These resources cover many IT-related topics in higher education, such as digital transformation, cybersecurity, data analytics, educational technology, and more. We are confident that these resources can help members stay informed on the latest trends in the industry.
- Professional Development: At Chapman University, we know that professional development is essential for success in any field. EDUCAUSE provides various professional development opportunities, including conferences, workshops, and webinars. These events offer insights into emerging trends, best practices, and innovative solutions in higher education technology. Members can enhance their skills, expand their knowledge, and stay updated with the latest developments.
- Advocacy and Policy: EDUCAUSE knows that policies and initiatives that support the effective use of technology in higher education are essential. The association represents the collective voice of its members and works with policymakers and stakeholders to shape technology policies that positively impact the sector. Advocacy and policy efforts will help advance the use of technology in higher education.
- Communities and Special Interest Groups: EDUCAUSE hosts communities and special interest groups (SIGs) focusing on specific areas of interest or expertise. These groups provide a platform for members to engage in focused discussions, collaborate on specific projects, and share insights and resources within their respective domains. These communities and SIGs can help members stay connected and collaborate with like-minded professionals.
To learn more about EDUCAUSE, set up your profile, access professional development tools, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), and more, visit the EDUCAUSE at Chapman University page.
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