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Educause10: Reflections on day 2

Found day two a bit more difficult to find sessions at first as seemed a lot more technology focused and even the learning and teaching track sessions were around things like interoperability standards etc and the leadership track ones around infrastructure etc. Anyway I persevered and got into the session at 8am to hear more […]

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This House Debates Lecture Capture

Dan Roberts, LSE Always good to travel thousands of miles to see speakers from your own city LSE have been using lecture capture for a while, they have a strict policy governing the use of lecture capture

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Blogging About Educational Technology

A Discussion for Current and Prospective Bloggers Kenneth C. Green – The Campus Computing Project, Scott Jaschik – Inside Higher Ed, Joshua Kim – Dartmouth College,  Eric Stoller – Inside Higher Ed Joshua: Blogging enables you to get ideas out there fast and get good comments back – benefits of crowdsourcing your ideas. Talking to each other […]

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The Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement of Women in Higher Education IT

Session about how to support women into IT careers particularly in HE. www.ncwit.org About collaboration, understanding academic positions, relationships Susan E. Metros, Associate Vice Provost/Associate CIO/Professor , University of Southern California What is a nice girl like you doing in IT? Family conflicts for women. U of California research – over 70% of women felt made […]

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It’s About the Relationship: IT and Academic Affairs Partner to Support Faculty

Craig A. Fowler, Chief Information Officer,Anna McFadden, Director of Academic Engagement and IT Governance Western Carolina University At its core is a teaching and learning center that reports to and receives funding from both divisions. The Center was recently named one of eleven 2010 Innovators by Campus Technology Magazine. Centre offers coaching for faculty and talk […]

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Top-10 Questions to Consider When Implementing Social Media

Perspectives of Different Campuses: Shannon Ritter, Coordinator of Auditions, Interviews, and Admissions, School of Theatre, The Pennsylvania State University, Tanya Joosten,Interim Associate Director, Learning Technology Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, AJ Kelton, Director, Emerging Instructional Tech, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Montclair State University Grr, due to stupid laptop problem I lost all my notes from […]

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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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