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I’m excited to announce that an article written by Amy Rovner (Shoreline), Tom Gibbons (previously at Bates and South Seattle), and myself (SBCTC) has been published in EDUCAUSE Review: 113 more words


EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative "2018 Key Issues" meet the Initiatives in eLearning at GVSU

The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) has recently revealed the “Key Issues for 2018” [Infographic]. ELI has been conducting a survey since 2011 to discover and identify common trends and KEY ISSUES in highered. 1,671 more words


Technology Adoption in Higher Education: a professional reflection

An individual development plan originally written for Organization and Administration in Higher Education in the Fall of 2016. Revised February 1, 2018.

This individual development plan will analyze information from three areas: 1) the 2015 NASPA TECHNE conference archive, located on the NASPA Online Learning Community; 2) Articles and reports regarding technology adoption found on EDUCAUSE.edu; and 3) additional articles found in the Harvard Business Review. 
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2018 Top 10 IT Issues by EDUCAUSE

Higher education’s biggest concerns are converging with technology’s greatest capabilities. Evidence is mounting that digital technology is a major differentiator and a key to productivity and success within higher education. 92 more words


Raising Critical Issues in a Technology Space: 2017 E-Content Columns

I have had the honor of serving as the editor for the E-Content column in EDUCAUSE Review in 2017. My final column is now published and so I thought I would take a few moments to reflect and share some thoughts about the experience. 642 more words

ECAR 2017 Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies

The EDUCASE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) recently released their annual studies of students and faculty use of technologies in higher education. The following sections highlight the key findings from each report: 691 more words

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Next week in Philadelphia

Will any of you be in Philadelphia next week, for the annual EDUCAUSE conference?

I’ll be there and doing a bunch of things:

A preconference… 211 more words