CAUDIT’s Top Ten Topics list is a practical tool that identifies significant challenges and opportunities. The Top Ten booklet encourages conversations about transformative capabilities and related topics that serve the competitive advantage of individual institutions, and benefit the higher education and research sectors as a whole.
CAUDIT’s annual member survey determines the Top Ten Topics. First conducted in 2006, this year marks the 13th annual survey and report. Adapted each year, this survey incorporates contemporary technology-related priorities in strategic contexts characterised by institutional priorities, funding pressures and policy uncertainties.
University ICT leaders must carefully assess pressures and uncertainties in a time of continuing disruptive technological and societal change. Enduring as these realities are, they do not alter the commitments of CAUDIT member institutions to secure successful student outcomes, and to achieve research impact in a competitive funding environment.