Student and Faculty Technology Experiences: Research and Benchmarking

Thursday, October 27 | 1:30PM–2:20PM | Ballroom C, Level Three
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Evidence, relevance, consequence, and action are the four parts in the change feedback loop. When it comes to improving student and faculty technology experiences, EDUCAUSE makes seeking evidence to (1) assess current practices, (2) assess current experiences, and (3) compare current practices and experiences with past institutional benchmarks or external peers easy. The presenters will share EDUCAUSE research benchmarking tools and resources that pertain to technology for teaching and learning. Community members will share their use cases for benchmarking, and successes with benchmarking practices, to improve the student and faculty technology experience.

Outcomes: Learn about EDUCAUSE's student and faculty surveys, benchmarking projects, and benchmarking service tools and resources * Discover new methods that will help you adopt sound benchmarking practices on your campus to promote improved technology experiences for teaching and learning * Expand your knowledge of and appreciation for benchmarking that supports technology-infused teaching and learning through use cases and business practices from your peer panelists


  • D. Christopher Brooks

    Senior Analyst, The Tambellini Group
  • Jeffrey Pomerantz

    Associate Professor of Practice, Simmons University