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Thursday
Oct 20th, 2011
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Meeting Room 113B/C
Eastern 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 2011 Campus Computing Survey, including new data on security issues, strategic and financial planning for IT, cloud computing, impact of budget cuts, instructional integration of IT, campus IT standards, transitions in the LMS market, systems, deployment of mobile apps, migration to open-source applications, compliance with the HEOA mandates on P2P issues, and outsourced IT services.
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Remotely attending EduCause this morning. "At" Campus Computing 2011 right now. #EDU11 #E11_SESS070

Interested in "migration to open-source applications," then you might be interested in "Openness" as well...
From critical IT services to educational content, distributed models based on openness are challenging higher education's traditional approaches. The Openness Constituent Group (http://www.educause.edu/groups/openness) focuses on the emergence and adoption of open technologies, practices, policies, and initiatives, and how they affect the delivery and support of education. Topics include but are not limited to free and open source software, open content, open educational resources, open courseware, open standards, and management practices such as open business and enterprise 2.0


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Casey Green: "We have a failure to communicate" re campus President's assessment of effectiveness of IT investment #E11_SESS070 #EDU11

GGGT < > tech skills: digital "natives" can't survive on ability to Game Google Text Tweet. Need to educate #E11_SESS070 #EDU11 ,

Campus Computing 2011 http://t.co/qEqxICKd what are the latest trends? #EDU11 #E11_SESS070

Remotely attending EduCause this morning. "At" Campus Computing 2011 right now. #EDU11 #E11_SESS070

Interested in "migration to open-source applications," then you might be interested in "Openness" as well...
From critical IT services to educational content, distributed models based on openness are challenging higher education's traditional approaches. The Openness Constituent Group (http://www.educause.edu/groups/openness) focuses on the emergence and adoption of open technologies, practices, policies, and initiatives, and how they affect the delivery and support of education. Topics include but are not limited to free and open source software, open content, open educational resources, open courseware, open standards, and management practices such as open business and enterprise 2.0

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