What's in Your Teaching and Learning Ecosystem?

Wednesday, March 26 | 2:50PM–3:40PM | West Prefunction Area
Session Type: Professional Development

Like many other institutions, Harvard is moving away from a monolithic learning management system to an ecosystem of integrated tools, with the promise of more flexibility, quicker integration of new tools, and more choice for faculty. But what does that mean for our faculty and students? How do they navigate this new environment? How do academic technologists curate and support an ever-growing collection of tools? We'll share our experiences from a series of fall 2013 pilots, and, more importantly, we want to hear from you! How is the ecosystem approach working at your school?

OBJECTIVES: Learn about the ecosystem approach to providing technologies for teaching and learning * Learn about Harvard's emerging learning management ecosystem and the project to implement and evolve it * Contribute to a shared collection of examples, strategies, success stories, and more


  • Kimberly Edelman

    Director, Academic Platform Support, Harvard University
  • Colin Murtaugh

    Senior Technical Architect, Harvard University
  • Annie Rota

    Director of AV Services, Harvard University IT, Harvard University

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