University of Oregon

EDUCAUSE Annual Conference

Audience
Faculty/Staff
Researcher
Student
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Live at the University of Oregon
Who Should Come: 
This event is only open to the UO Community
Date: 
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 8:00am - Friday, October 18, 2013 - 11:15am
Address: 
Tech Services Desk, 151 McKenzie Hall
1101 Kincaid St, Eugene, OR

Information Services is hosting the annual conference live via the Internet from Anaheim, CA in 151 McKenzie Hall. This event is free to UO students, faculty, and staff.

The keynote presentations are:

  • Sir Ken Robinson, 8:00am on Wednesday—TED presenter and leader in developing creativity, innovation, and human resources, presents, "Leading a Culture of Innovation". Note that this session is available live only and will not be recorded
  • Jane McGonigal, 10:30am on Thursday—"Higher Education is a Massively Multiplayer Game"
  • Paul LeBlanc, 10:15am on Friday—President, Southern New Hampshire University, on "Disaggregation and Innovation in Higher Education: Charting a Course through Turbulent Times"

About EDUCAUSE®

EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. EDUCAUSE helps those who lead, manage, and use information technology to shape strategic IT decisions at every level within higher education.

IT is more than technology to EDUCAUSE members. It is a system of people, processes, organizations, and challenges that are constantly evolving.

List of Presentations in Eugene

Day Time Presentation
W 10/16 8:00am Sir Ken Robinson: Leading a Culture of Innovation (available via streaming only)
W 10/16 9:45am Welcome from Diana Oblinger, EDUCAUSE President and CEO; Rising Star winners
W 10/16 10:30am IT as a Service and the Future of IT on Campus
W 10/16 11:40am A College-Level Learning Framework for Assessing Open Educational Resources
W 10/16 12:45pm Ready for Change?
W 10/16 1:30pm Electronic Lab Notebooks in the Cloud for Research and Instruction
W 10/16 2:30pm Teaching and Learning Breakthroughs: Next-Generation Academic Models in Practice
W 10/16 3:40pm The Four Futures of IT (available via streaming only)
Th 10/17 8:00am Campus Computing 2013: The National Survey of E-Learning and Information Technology in American Higher Education
Th 10/17 9:10am Study Results: Students' Perspectives and Their Expectations of Mobile Agility in Higher Education
Th 10/17 10:30am Jane McGonigal: Higher Education is a Massively Multiplayer Game
Th 10/17 11:45am Implementing an Enterprise CRM Strategy in Higher Education
Th 10/17 12:30pm Learning Spaces Rating System
Th 10/17 1:30pm So What Does It Cost? Case Studies of Campus Web Accessibility
Th 10/17 2:30pm Adaptive Learning: Effectively Integrating Technology into the Classroom
Th 10/17 3:45pm Dissecting a MOOC: A Critical Examination of Current Pedagogy and HarvardX: One Year In
Th 10/17 4:30pm A Collaborative, Cost-Effective, Round-the-Clock Technology Call Center
Fr 10/18 8:00am Copyright Challenges Facing Higher Education
Fr 10/18 9:10am Partnersourcing across Institutions for Efficient, High-Quality Support
Fr 10/18 10:15am Paul J. LeBlanc: Disaggregation and Innovation in Higher Education: Charting a Course through Turbulent Times

Most presentations were selected by vote of DeptComp. Most but not all sessions are available via on-demand. Log in to this website (required) and visit EDUCAUSE 2013 Virtual Conference Sessions On-Demand for links.

Poster Sessions

The EDUCAUSE 2013 poster sessions are also available online. See the Digital Poster Gallery.