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This Week in Higher Ed Innovation: 5 Must-Read Articles

By April 25, 2016

Here are 5 of the most interesting and useful posts about Salesforce for Higher Ed and #edtech that the team has been reading over the past week:

NCES1. Higher Ed in 2023
by @joshmkim via @insidehighered
Key takeaways from the NCES’s new report “Projections of Education Statistics to 2023.”

Change management2. An Honest Look into What it Takes to “Manage Change”
via @ecampusnews
Read change management tips from Rutgers University and download their 5×5 Matrix for Planned Change.

Academic Alliance3. Higher Ed Student Worker Program: A Blueprint
by @VadimGorelik
Vadim Gorelik, of UT Austin’s McCombs Schools of Business, shares the details on their Student Worker Program, which helps the school get IT projects done while also giving students valuable experience working with Salesforce. That’s a big win-win ― every school that runs Salesforce should be thinking about starting a program like this.

ASU  & edX4. ASU’s Global Freshman Academy Taps Adaptive Software for Math Students
via @Campus_Tech
Try not to think back on your freshman math class as you read this: ASU Global Freshman Academy’s college algebra course are getting real-time, personalized feedback, powered by AI technology.

Bill Gates5. Opening Minds on Ed Tech: Q&A with Bill Gates
via GatesNotes
Inspiring insights on the future of education technology from an interview at this year’s ASU GSV Summit.

See you next week! Remember to follow us on Twitter at @SalesforceOrg for more higher education innovation news.