Faculty Engagement Strategies: Sharing Findings and Discussing Challenges

Wednesday, February 11 | 10:30AM–11:15AM
Session Type: Professional Development
Limited data exists on which faculty engagement strategies work well for the diffusion of educational technology information and use. Consequently, academic technology staff at Iowa State University have undertaken an ongoing study that polls IT administrators and support professionals from EDUCAUSE member institutions on this topic. We will share our findings to date and encourage the audience to discuss the merits of the different strategies in light of our data and their own experiences and needs. Audience input will play an important role in our future data collection and help determine the focus of upcoming survey topics and questions.

OUTCOMES: Study, discuss, and understand different faculty engagement strategies used at various U.S. universities and their advantages and potential implementation issues * Make informed decisions on which strategies might work for your particular institutional environment


  • Jacob Larsen

    Director, Language Studies Resource Center, Iowa State University of Science and Technology
  • Jim Twetten

    Principal, Twetten Consulting, University of Minnesota

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