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CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY | October/November 2018
What to See at Educause 2018
THere’s how to make the most of your time at Educause this month in Denver.
THE EDUCAUSE ANNUAL CONFERENCE (Oct. 30-Nov. IT Restructuring and Consolidation: Lessons Learned in 2) offers something for everyone: There are tracks focused Cost-Reduction Initiatives
on IT infrastructure, teaching and learning, IT leadership and Resource constraints are driving many IT organizations to take more. But if you are more of a generalist, there are some a close look at efficiency and effectiveness. Hear from two tough choices to make in terms of which sessions to attend. institutions that have completed major IT consolidation efforts Here are our top picks for a conference schedule that hits key and what they learned from the experience.
topics and trends in higher ed IT.
Encouraging Faculty Adoption of Learning Analytics: Demystifying AI and Predictive Analytics in Higher Ed Whose Job Is It, Anyway?
Experts from academia and industry offer their insights into A team from Indiana University Bloomington shares how faculty
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artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, including benefits vs. hype, ethical issues and what to expect down the road.
Applying Mixed Reality to the Classroom of the Future
Learn how Case Western Reserve University is implementing immersive educational resources in several different contexts.
The Future of Higher Education: Our Response to Disruption
James Phelps of the University of Washington explores the trends and challenges impacting higher education and how institutions can remain relevant in the face of change.
involvement was key to the implementation of an institution- wide LMS dashboard.
The Bias Truth of AI Models
Teddy Benson, director of data integration for Walt Disney World, Parks and Resorts, dives into the problem of bias making its way into artificial intelligence systems — and how we can detect and remove it.
The Educause 2019 Top 10 IT Issues
Get a preview of the biggest topics in higher education IT for the coming year, with panel members on hand to discuss
the issues and their potential impact. Attendee participation is encouraged, so bring your questions and ideas.
Blockchains and Credentialing: Educational Use Cases and Technologies of Trust
Arizona State University’s Lev Gonick and Georgetown University’s Phil Long explore the potential of blockchain technology to give learners ownership of their educational achievements.
The Pragmatist and the Futurist
Consultants Bryan Alexander and Michael Johnson give their take on emerging challenges to college and university sustainability, the academic business model and technology’s role in the future of higher education.
What Do We Owe Students When We Collect Their Data?
Explore the opportunities, responsibilities and ethical issues involved in the use of student data, as well as ways to encourage students to have agency over their own data.
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