The Secret to Successful Faculty Partnerships: Fostering a Community of Technology Innovators

Wednesday, March 28 | 10:30AM–11:15AM | Zurich A
Session Type: Professional Development
Faculty collaboration is one of the strongest and most important components of working with technology in higher education. It's even more essential when tasked with creating or implementing experimental and emerging technology like mobile devices on your campus. Mobile devices and tablets, once a "personal technology," have hit the campus at light speed and have become fully integrated classroom resources. This session will demonstrate how two institutions implemented collaborative support structures between faculty and administrative support personnel.


  • Bruce Montes

    Associate VP, Academic & Data Services, Loyola University Chicago
  • Kevin O'Shea

    Manager, Innovations in Teaching and Learning, Purdue University
  • Carol Scheidenhelm

  • Tim Walker

    Associate Director, Instructional Technology & Research Support, Loyola University Chicago

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