Collaboration of Instructional Design and IT for Effective L

Thursday, January 12 | 2:30PM–3:30PM | Harborside Ballroom Foyer
Session Type: Professional Development
Bridging the gap between effective learning-technology tools and rapid implementation often challenges both IT and academic faculty. Marymount University has developed a tool to assist faculty members evaluate the effects of new technologies on existing infrastructures and ensure stability within the environment. Collaborating with instructional designers, IT is able to effectively manage expectations and deliver real-time solutions that enhance learner satisfaction. Learn how Marymount IT and academic faculty work together to come up with viable technology solutions that meet user needs quickly.


  • Susan Conrad

    Director of Instructional Technology and Design, Marymount University