Using Data to Support Technology Selection and Course Design
New Directions for Teaching and Learning Technologies: Strategy and Results of Next.IU
David A. Goodrum, Director, Instructional Technology Systems and Services, Indiana University Bloomington
Next.IU is a two-year initiative consisting of several pilots exploring the future for teaching and learning technologies at Indiana University. Areas of exploration include collaboration and social networking; content creation, sharing, and reuse; portfolio creation and management; and learning and teaching activity management. In this session, we'll explain the strategy behind our approach and share the results of completed pilots using a multipronged analysis of student/faculty, functional, and technical perspectives.
OUTCOMES: Learn about a multiprong approach to piloting, analyzing, and evaluating new systems and applications for teaching and learning * Hear results of completed pilots * Learn how IU is moving beyond the standard LMS to a new learning ecosystem
Flipping Our Website
Pat Reid, Manager, Teaching and Learning Initiatives, Purdue University
Purdue's IT website has a section on instructional technologies, which includes a lot of information about the services we provide. For faculty who know what service they want, this approach works well; however, often we find faculty do not know where to start. Recently, we launched a new companion site, focused on faculty issues and pedagogies that lead to technology use. This session will invite participants to explore the site and provide feedback.
OUTCOMES: Discuss and share our institutional website approaches * Explore Purdue's new approach and provide suggestions and feedback * Identify methods you can use to improve your website
Director of Academic Technology, Oregon State University
Matthew GunkelAssociate Vice Chancellor and CIO, University of California, Riverside
Pat ReidDir., ID, University of Cincinnati
Lynn WardPrincipal Systems Analyst, Teaching and Learning Technologies, UITS, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)