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Shared Resources for Higher Education
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Higher Ed Survey Tool RFP Resources
A Community Service
In 2017, changes in the higher education survey tool market led a number institutions to vocally consider a re-evaluation of their current survey tool strategy and provider(s). This re-evaluation trend has grown and, for many, it also includes a determination to seek and to share information about competitive alternatives. In response, we have teamed up with Orlando Leon, CIO at Fresno State University and Charlie Moran, CEO of Moran Technology Consulting to create a freely shareable set of Higher Education Survey Tool RFP resources.
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