CAUDIT’s Top Ten report assists ICT leaders to contextualise institutional goals, expectations and needs within a sectoral perspective. The report offers a grounded outlook for those working with people and technology, and suggests domains of activity that merit collegial engagement across the sector.
The Top Ten report also informs conversations between diverse institutional stakeholders about their present and potential interactions with information and communications technology. Those working in ICT play a critical role in initiating and deepening these conversations. Dialogue with decision makers, students, teachers, researchers and professional staff lays the groundwork for the strategic development and application of IT.
CAUDIT conducts a member survey to determine the Top Ten Topic rankings. The survey is adapted each year to reflect emerging and current technology-related business priorities in strategic contexts characterised by institutional change, funding pressures and policy uncertainties. First conducted in 2006, this year marks the 14th annual Top Ten survey and report.