Integrate the EDUCAUSE Digital Learning Strategy Framework at Your Institution

Tuesday, October 10 | 3:00PM–3:45PM CT | Poster #113, Halls F1, F2, Level 3
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
In this session you'll learn about, and have an opportunity to discuss, the recent EDUCAUSE research findings on the current state of digital learning strategies (DLS) in higher ed. Materials covered include the newly published EDUCAUSE Digital Learning Strategy Framework and the resources available, including an online Learning Lab, to assist institutions in making data-informed decisions around scalable and adaptable strategies, given the history and capacity for digital learning. Developed by an intercollegiate team of digital learning professionals from various colleges and universities, this session explores the five essential elements of a digital learning strategy: student support, enrollment and academic planning, faculty and staff, digital learning design, and learning technology. All attendees will gain access to the Digital Learning Strategy Guide, which can be personalized to meet the unique needs of their institutions.


  • Ann Blackman

    Executive Director Technology Support, Collin County Community College District
  • Jennifer Culver

    Sr. ATSD-Simmons, Mngr. Online Prod. Svcs., Southern Methodist University
  • Tracy Mendolia-Moore

    Manager of Educational Technology Innovations, Western University of Health Sciences
  • Rebecca Stein

    Co-Executive Director, Center for Teaching, Learning and Innovation, University of Pennsylvania