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Often, IT employers bemoan the lack of innovation and critical thinking in an IT graduate. Why do you think that is? What can a student do to “grow” their own capacity to innovate think critically?

Find out what IT students should be learning in order to “grow” their capacity to innovate and think critically.

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What Constitutes the Ideal IT Student?

IT faculty can think about the ideal IT student attributes and consider how they might embed them as part of the IT student’s classroom experience.

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2011 Careers in IT: The Real Story Keynote PPT & Video

If you missed attending Careers in IT: The Real Story on April 20th, you can still upload Rich James, F5 Networks, PowerPoint, and look for the video in May of the keynote presentation and panel discussion.

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