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My first Educause Conference

I had the opportunity to go to my first Educause conference this past couple weeks. I’ve worked in higher education for nearly 20 years and this was the first time I was able to get to go to THE higher ed IT conference of choice. 522 more words

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EDUCAUSE 2016 Highlights

With over 8,000 attendees, the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is one of the premier events each year bringing together the best of technology, teaching, and learning. 629 more words

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#EDU16 - Rethinking Academic Technology for 21st-Century Teaching and Learning

Session Description: Pedagogical and technological changes are upsetting the status quo of course delivery. To remain relevant, academic technologists must be responsive, agile, and forward-thinking within a context of rapid change, high demand, and limited resources. 192 more words

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#EDU16 - Seeking Evidence of Impact: Methodologies in Teaching and Learning

Session Description: Benchmarking and collecting evidence of impact is important in any undertaking. In this respect, postsecondary teaching and learning presents a unique set of challenges and complexities, so the key is to identify those methods that will produce useful and actionable results. 364 more words

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The Future of Learning

Session Description: In this talk, Sugata Mitra will take us through the origins of schooling as we know it, to the dematerialization of institutions as we know them. 529 more words

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#EDU16 - Only Blackboard: Innovation to Drive Student Success through the LMS and Beyond

Session Description: Your institution’s needs are unique, and as the industry’s most experienced education technology provider, Blackboard provides innovative solutions that extend beyond our foundation in the LMS. 608 more words

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Coding, Gaming, IoT, and Wearables: New Student Success Technologies, or Chocolate-Covered Broccoli?

Session Description: Join us for a spirited discussion of four current technologies. Share your perspective on whether educationally these technologies are like pouring chocolate over broccoli or if they can improve student outcomes by strategically leveraging them. 291 more words

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