Interview with Paul Sherlock CIO University of South Australia

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We have to continually communicate with students about what it is they need and continually innovate our services to make sure we are delivering what they need.

Watch the AARNews video with Paul Sherlock, Chief Information Officer for Information Strategy and Technology Services at the University of South Australia (UniSA) and learn how UniSA is delivering a blended on and off campus learning experience for students. Paul also talks about crowd sourcing data to improve the student experience, IT challenges and the need to meet students on their devices.

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