Tuesday, January 30 | 9:15AM–10:00AM CT | Preservation Hall Studio 9, Second Floor
From whom do students and faculty seek technology support? What do students and faculty think about the information security training they receive at their institutions? How useful are student success tools to students and faculty? What learning environments do students and faculty prefer? What do faculty think about online learning environments? What technologies do students want their instructors to use, and what technologies do instructors think will make them better teachers? How do students' use of mobile technologies in the classroom clash with instructors' policies on their use? 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 most recent faculty and student survey reports in an engaging and fun environment. Grand prize: Bragging rights!
Outcomes: Explore faculty and student perspectives on IT in higher education * Identify ways to minimize the gap between tech expectations and experiences in campus and online learning environments * Be inspired to become a change agent on your campus to use tech in meaningful and engaging ways
D. Christopher Brooks
Senior Analyst, The Tambellini Group
Director of Community, Product, and Portfolio Management, EDUCAUSE