Planning for Learning Experiences in a Data-Intensive World

Wednesday, February 15 | 8:30am - 9:15am | Houston Ballroom V
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Participants will engage in an interactive workshop, bringing individual experience and creativity to small groups envisioning implications for learning as we move into a data-intensive world. Together we will explore key planning questions: What new learning and teaching activities will be possible, given the growing availability of data and analytic tools? How might working with data encourage interdisciplinary thinking about complex problems or deeper learning? What should spatial settings enabled for learning with data be like, and with what affordances? What will be the challenges and opportunities for learning support staff and instructional teams?

Outcomes: Identify types of learning activities that leverage data-intensive problem solving *Describe characteristics of environments that support data-rich learning *Define key considerations for support services and systems

Speakers

  • Brendan Guenther

    Director for Academic Technology, Michigan State University
  • Shirley Dugdale

    Principal, Dugdale Strategy LLC