As colleges and universities embrace technological innovations, their priority is improving the student experience — and providing high-quality learning tools for the growing number of diverse learners. A recent survey of 62 higher education decision-makers conducted by the Center for Digital Education (CDE) identified the following technologies as vital to digital transformation: digital content (58%), student information systems (SISs)/learning management systems (LMSs) (44%), and automation technologies (39%). This focus on digital curriculum and automated systems illustrates a common theme: higher education leaders want to provide students with technology tools to enhance their learning experiences, both on campus and off. In order to do so, they are also realizing a need to improve back-office and administrative workflows to free up more time for faculty and staff to dedicate to this important mission. Download this publishable report to learn more about these and other keys findings from the CDE research.