Data to Drive Decisions: The 2015 ECAR Faculty and Student Technology Surveys
Access to quality and relevant data on customers is the key to successful decision making about the future of technology in higher education. Having received over 13,000 faculty and 50,000 student responses to the 2015 ECAR technology surveys, ECAR researchers will share key findings, identify trends, and dispel myths about some of campus IT's most important clients. Join us for a data-rich presentation with actionable results that you can take back to your campus.
Outcomes: Articulate the IT issues that matter most to students and faculty * Apply the study results to your campus in a way that will help prioritize opportunities for improvement of IT services to students and faculty * Assess the value of your institution's involvement in the 2016 round of technology research in the academic community
Senior Analyst, The Tambellini Group
Charles DziubanDirector RITE, University of Central Florida
Tanya JoostenSenior Scientist + Director, Digital Learning R&D + DETA Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Beth Kuebler-WolfAssistant Professor of Art History, University of Saint Francis