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Reinventing management for a networked world

Educause 10: Opening keynote – Gary Hamel, LBS My notes from the opening keynote with some of my views in [] – will blog some more thoughts later. Online education will not be inferior to f2f education in the future, as traditionally students don’t get much face time with their professors at the moment. [Yes, online […]

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ELI Seeking Evidence of Impact Project

Gary R. Brown, Director, Office of Assessment and Innovation, Washington State University Malcolm B. Brown, Director of ELI, EDUCAUSE Joanne Dehoney, Director of Strategic Programs, East Carolina University Veronica Diaz, Associate Director, ELI, EDUCAUSE Charles D. Dziuban,  Director, Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness, University of Central Florida John Fritz, Assistant VP, Instructional Technology & New Media. University of Maryland, Baltimore County Phillip D. Long, Professor, Director Centre […]

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Cognitive Surplus or the Lonely Shallows

Is the Internet Making Us Stupid? W. Gardner Campbell, Director, Academy for Teaching and Learning, Baylor University, Bruce Maas, Chief Information Officer, Wisconsin-Milwaukee Right blogging on the fly in case lose it all again. This is a counterpoint session where two opposing views are argued. They each introduced each other disparagingly eg CIO = Condemn Information Oppressively – how […]

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Learning Environment Research: Institutional Conversations and Data-Driven Decisions

Andrea Lisa Nixon, Linda A. Jorn, University of Minnesota and Carleton College Minnesota Learning environment research project team lead work at Minnesota. Wrote all questions down that wanted to ask. Written up in Fall 2010 Educause quarterly – whole issue is on learning environments. Built a new science building which has 13 interactive classrooms. Had […]

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