Collaboration for Change: Enabling Next-Generation Digital Learning

Tuesday, February 05 | 11:30AM–12:15PM | Governor's Square 16
Session Type: Professional Development

The emergence of digital devices, learning platforms, and applications promises easier access to a variety of content, increased productivity, and the realization of personalized learning. Unfortunately, the reality is that it is a major challenge to make productive use of digital resources to meet the diverse learning needs of students without involving time-consuming and costly custom integrations. The presenters will share how they are collaborating with leading technology providers to establish an open foundation in an age of cloud-based computing that is revolutionizing how digital content, mobile devices, learning platforms, and student systems come together to enable personalized learning and student success.

Learning Objectives:
* Learn about research analyzing third-party applications in online education that conveys the reality of incorporating digital resources and how institutions can address this reality
* Learn about policies you can implement to accelerate the development of effective and efficient personalized learning environments
* Learn strategies to lower future integration costs

Presenters

  • Rob Abel

    CEO, IMS Global Learning Consortium
  • Marwin Britto

    Associate Dean, University Library, California State University, Dominguez Hills
  • John Johnston

    IT Program Manager - ITS Teaching & Learning, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Patrick Masson

    Executive Director, Apereo Foundation/Sakai

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