The North Dakota Legislative Management Interim Higher Education Committee held its regular meeting last month, and in doing so heard numerous items affecting the North Dakota University System ranging from information technology to predictive analytics. Held over two days at Dakota College at Bottineau and Minot State University, the committee’s meetings also heard direct updates from the two respective hosting institutions.
The Interim Legislative Higher Education Committee met April 18 and 19, first at Dakota College at Bottineau and then Minot State University. The first day’s agenda included multiple topics revolving around information technology such as security policies, identity management, functional consolidation and data inconsistencies.
Rep. Mark Sanford (center) and Rep. Roscoe Streyle (right) listen intently to university system presentations during the most recent Interim Legislative Higher Education meeting. During the second day the committee heard updates on Open Educational Resources, online course delivery methods, education pathways, predictive analytics and more.