University of Oregon

EDUCAUSE ELI Conference Live in Eugene

from Austix, TX
Who Should Come: 
This event is only open to the UO Community
Sunday, February 12, 2012 - 11:00am - Wednesday, February 15, 2012 - 12:00pm
Technology Services Desk—151 McKenzie Hall
1101 Kincaid St, Eugene, OR

We are bringing the 2012 EDUCAUSE ELI conference to campus LIVE (and free!) via the Internet.

Please RSVP so we can track interest in specific sessions.

The schedule:

Monday, Feb. 13:

  • 11am: Bob Heterick Memorial Lectureship: If Not Now, When? by Adrian Sannier, Senior Vice President of Product at Pearson
  • 12:45pm: An Optimists Education a Technology Agenda: Leveraging Technology to Increase Access and Success in HiEd
  • 2:00pm: You Get What You Measure, So What are We Measuring? A Panel Debate on Learning Analytics
  • 3pm: The Horizon Report

Tuesday, Feb. 14:

  • 8am: Does the Medium Matter? The Imact of Digital Textbooks on Student Learning Outcomes
  • 9:30am: Making the Most of What We Have: The Upside-Down Learning Model
  • 10:35am: Electronic Expert Coaching for STEM Education
  • 11:30am: Understanding Student Use of Digital Learning Resources
  • 12:35: Expert Discussion Session: Using Social Media to Leverage Your Professional Networks
  • 1pm: Open Learning: Bridge to Success
  • 2:05pm: Interview and Interactive Q&A Session with Leadership Roundtable Speakers
  • 2:35pm: Lightning Round: Learning Analytics

Wednesday, Feb. 15:

  • 8:45am: Sharing and Protecting Ideas and Knowledge in the 21st Century by Catherine Casserly, CEO, Creative Commons

For more information on any of these sessions, see the ELI online conference schedule. For details on the EDUCAUSE ELI conference, visit