Gartner Report: Hype Cycle for Higher Education

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Higher education CIOs and other campus leaders must continue to innovate if they are to keep pace with digitalization changes introduced by the pandemic - but which technologies offer the most promise?

Many higher education institutions around the world initiated or accelerated their digital transformation initiatives in 2020 due to the pandemic and the sudden need to support more students and staff online or remotely. To succeed in a post-pandemic environment, decision-makers must identify and adopt agile technologies that will continue to open new opportunities, increase competitive advantages, and enable the successful pursuit of long-term objectives.

Per our understanding, this Gartner report* highlights:

  • Technologies that promise to improve learning and business outcomes, student engagement, and more.
  • The lifecycle of emerging technologies and their expected trajectory into highly productive solutions.
  • A priority matrix that outlines when innovative technologies will mature and reach mainstream adoption.

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*Gartner, Hype Cycle for Higher Education, 2021. Robert Yanckello. Published 13 July 2021.

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