Presentation Skills and Personalized Learning Groups

Wednesday, July 26 | 9:45AM–11:30AM | Bixby 4 and 5, 2nd Floor
Session Type: General Session
As higher education technology professionals, we face a wide variety of diverse issues in supporting the teaching and learning, research, and service missions of our institutions. Using an "unconference" format featuring personalized presentations and conversations, we will address many of these relevant issues and provide opportunities to practice those presentation skills so vital to being an effective manager on campus.

Objectives:Manage an effective presentation and subsequent group discussion by effectively framing and describing an issue and moderating participants' responses to your presentation *Engage with other participants on a diverse range of issues facing higher education IT *Evaluate presentation methods and skills


  • Chuck Bartel

    Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, Duquesne University
  • Mike Chapple

    Associate Teaching Professor, University of Notre Dame
  • P.B. Garrett

    Consultant, Garrett Consulting
  • Deborah Keyek-Franssen

    AVP and Dean, University Connected Learning, University of Utah