Go Big: Early Lessons from Scaling Adaptive Courseware (separate registration is required)

Monday, January 29 | 8:00AM–11:00AM CT | Galerie 3, Second Floor
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Workshop
Leveraging adaptive courseware is a growing trend. Instead of just pockets of usage, is it time to figure out how you might adopt it on a wide scale at your university? In addition to developing criteria for selection of adaptive courseware, this workshop will also show you how to plan for faculty development, build institutional awareness, develop staff capacity to sustain innovation at scale, and measuring effectiveness of changes.

Outcomes: Know scaling strategies for adaptive courseware including how to help choose the appropriate courseware product * Share teaching practices used when leveraging adaptive courseware * Become part of a network of practitioners around adaptive courseware

Presenters

  • Kevin Berg

    Project Portfolio Manager, Portland State University
  • Tonya Buchan

    Instructional Designer, Colorado State University
  • Don Carter

    Director, Academic & Research Technology Services, ITS, Northern Arizona University
  • Johannes De Gruyter

    Executive Director - Office of Academic Innovation, Portland State University
  • Dale Johnson

    Director of Adaptive Learning Initiatives , Arizona State University
  • Patricia O'Sullivan

    Program Manager, Externally Funded Academic Innovation Projects, University of Mississippi
  • Megan Tesene

  • Karen Vignare

    Vice President, Digital Transformation for Student, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU)

Resources & Downloads

  • ELI 2018 Scaling Use of Adaptive Courseware

    5 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/29/2018
  • ELI workshop agenda 01292018

    371 KB, docx - Updated on 1/29/2018