Learning to Grow

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Published on Fri, 19 Mar 2010 17:32:19 -0800 Indexed on 2010/03/20 2:02 UTC
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A Conversation with Ted Simpson of HEUG


A great place to revisit Oracle OpenWorld year round is OracleWebVideo on YouTube. Oracle Magazine Senior Editor Jeff Erickson sat down with Ted Simpson at last year's Oracle OpenWorld to find out how the Higher Education Users Group (HEUG) is helping hundreds of member institutions and thousands of individuals across the globe meet the technological challenges in colleges and universities. Simpson joined HEUG back when it was a PeopleSoft special interest group. Now that higher education institutions have expanded into IT infrastructures the size of global corporations or small municipalities, his user group has also been challenged by growth.

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