Sustainable Innovation + Faculty Choice + Student-Centered Design = NGDLE

Thursday, November 01 | 1:30PM–2:15PM MT | Mile High Ballroom 4A/B, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Hear how teams at Penn State, Duke, and Indiana University—institutions sharing decentralized academic and IT cultures—are building their learning technology ecosystems. Fueled by open-source technology and standards, they are embracing user desires by allowing pedagogy and personalization to inform and shape technology selection in sustainably implemented ecosystems.

Outcomes: Understand differing interpretations of NGDLE and the role campus academic and IT culture plays in defining and realizing NGDLE * Understand how NGDLE can enable choice at the university, school, and faculty levels while providing better user experiences for students * Explore strategies for enabling sustainable innovation at scale


  • Michael Greene

    Associate Director, Learning Technology Services, Duke University
  • Matthew Gunkel

    Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO, University of California, Riverside
  • Lauren Hirsh

    Information Architect/UX Designer, Duke University
  • btopro Ollendyke

    ELMS:LN Project Lead, The Pennsylvania State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Sustainable Innovation Faculty Choice StudentCentered Design NGDLEslidespdf

    Updated on 11/26/2019