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

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

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, Continue reading Top-10 Questions to Consider When Implementing Social Media

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 Continue reading ELI Seeking Evidence of Impact Project

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 Continue reading Cognitive Surplus or the Lonely Shallows