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Thursday
Oct 14th, 2010
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Ballroom B
Pacific Time
Begun in 1990, the Campus Computing Project is the largest continuing study of the role of computing, e-learning, and information technology in U.S. higher education. This session will present the results of the 2010 Campus Computing Survey, including new data on security issues, strategic and financial planning for IT, impact of budget cuts, instructional integration of IT, campus IT standards, learning management systems, mobile LMS deployment, migration to open-source applications, compliance with the HEOA mandates on P2P issues, and outsourced IT services.
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#e10_sess041 #educause10 why is lecture capture important to you? What problem is it solving?

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#Educause10 #e10_sess041 compare budget cuts from CCS to budgets from CDS. What if cut was off of an increase? Line would be flat not down

#educause10 hope you're registered for online program; sitting in on Campus Computing Project's report 8 am at Educause. #E10_SESS041


Comments

#e10_sess041 #Educause10 we need at least 5 weeks to complete the survey. Who's with me?

#e10_sess041 #educause10 digital puck awards. Love it!

#e10_sess041 #educause10 why is lecture capture important to you? What problem is it solving?

#Educause10 #e10_sess041 CCS gives us a great look at how our industry has changed over time. Let's consider this in the context of Hamel

#Educause10 #e10_sess041 compare budget cuts from CCS to budgets from CDS. What if cut was off of an increase? Line would be flat not down

#educause10 hope you're registered for online program; sitting in on Campus Computing Project's report 8 am at Educause. #E10_SESS041