What Do You Know about Student and Faculty IT Perspectives? Test Your Knowledge in This Gamified ECAR Session - Sponsored furniture provided by Herman Miller, Bronze Partner

Tuesday, February 10 | 10:15AM–11:00AM | California A, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development

Do faculty or students have more positive attitudes toward IT? Who's more plugged into technology, students or instructors? What's the primary reason faculty ban mobile devices from the classroom? What are the top 3 reasons students want to use mobile technology in their courses? If you think you know the answers to these and other higher education IT questions, put your knowledge to the test at this ECAR quiz show–style session as we share key findings from the 2014 faculty and student survey reports in an engaging and fun environment. Grand prize: Bragging rights!

OUTCOMES: Learn about faculty and student perspectives on IT in higher ed * Understand the differences between student and faculty IT perspectives * Identify ways to minimize the gap between expectations and experiences

Presenters

  • D. Christopher Brooks

    Senior Analyst, The Tambellini Group
  • Eden Dahlstrom

    Vice President, Professional Development and Membership, EDUCAUSE

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