What Does Unizin Mean for Digital Learning?

Tuesday, February 10 | 11:45AM–12:30PM | California C, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
In this session, we will explore how Unizin consortium universities are coming together to influence the digital learning landscape. Faculty and students want tools for increased collaboration, use of rich media, better mobile experiences, visual and media-based discussions, real-time classroom annotation, etc. The support for content discovery and curation as well as learning analytics is evolving in the marketplace; we want to make sure these systems and tools evolve around standards, rather than wholly proprietary approaches. As a consortium of institutions, Unizin provides a common infrastructure to accelerate our progress in shaping the way we engage, educate, and inspire all students.


OUTCOMES: Understand what Unizin means for digital learning * Identify ways to contribute to best practices with Unizin services * Identify ways that Unizin institutions, together with ELI, can shape the future of digital education

Presenters

  • Sean DeMonner

    Executive Director of Teaching, Learning and Knowledge, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • David Goodrum

    Director of Academic Technology, Oregon State University
  • Anastasia Morrone

    Dean, Indiana University Bloomington

Resources & Downloads

http://educause.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/5e177651baf84b49855e406bd1259b3a1d