Purdue participates in the Gartner Campus Access Program, learn more
The Gartner® Campus Access program provides current Purdue students, faculty and staff unlimited access to Gartner’s IT research library, which helps translate complex IT issues into comprehensive advice and meaningful analysis. Users can explore technology and market trends, IT careers and tech-enabled business strategies from across the world 24/7 through Purdue’s University Portal at https://gartner.purdue.edu.
Who can benefit?
Gartner delivers actionable and objective insight to:
- Faculty are empowered with current IT trends to bring real-world, complex issues into the classroom.
- Students gain insight on the current trends in technology, information technology management, business issues, organizations, strategy as well as a global perspective on the IT industry.
- Leadership & Staff obtain information on how to improve infrastructure, validate technology decisions, analyze trends and understand best practices.
Gartner-specific research methodologies include Magic Quadrants™ and Hype Cycles™ to view how technology stakeholders are positioned within a specific market and to interpret the hype around new technologies to determine what is commercially viable. In addition to the research library, users have access to several monthly webinars.
Sample topics of interest
- Generative AI
- The Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on Business
- Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2024
- Cloud Strategy
- Effective Portfolio Management
- Analytics and Business Intelligence
- Higher Education Industry Perspectives
- And More!
How can we maximize the value?
- Students can utilize Gartner during Capstone projects to build project plans and accelerate their research.
- Career services teams can promote use among students seeking jobs in the tech industry.
- Faculty can supplement coursework with case studies and other reports.
- Leverage and quote Gartner research in technology and education industry presentations.
- Students can cite Gartner studies in their undergraduate and graduate research.