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CNI 2013 Podcast: Scholarly Communication â€” New Models For Digital Scholarship Workflows
Stephen M. Griffin is visiting professor and Mellon cyberscholar at the University of Pittsburgh. In this conversation, Griffin discusses approaches for effectively communicating the full range of processes and products of “digital scholarship.”
CNI 2013 Podcast: Rights, Research, Results â€” The Copyright Review Management System
Melissa Levine is lead copyright officer and principal investigator at the University of Michigan. In this conversation she reviews the Institute of Museum and Library Services-funded Copyright Review Management System (CRMS) project and considers the promise this effort holds for the future of access to electronic scholarly resources.
George Siemens on the Future of MOOCs
George Siemens is an educator and researcher on learning, networks, analytics and visualization, and openness in digital environments. In this podcast he discusses the future of MOOCs and online learning.
A Corporate Perspective on Enterprise
In this podcast, Amal Chaudhuri, Chief Technology Officer for TheBondFactor, LLC provides perspective from a corporate standpoint on enterprise systems and higher education IT.
Meeting Emergencies at Virginia Tech
In the years since the Virginia Tech incident, we have learned a great deal about using technology and collaboration in implementing an emergency communications strategy. Brenda van Gelder, executive director of Converged Technologies for Security, Safety and Resilience at Viriginia Tech reflects on what makes an emergency response strategy successful.
ELI Podcast: Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) is an open specification from the IMS Global Learning Consortium designed to enable plug-and-play integration of educational applications into a campus platform, such as an LMS. In this podcast with Alisa Cooper, faculty member at Glendale Community College, we discuss how LTI works, implications for privacy, and how it supports customized learning environments.
Podcast: Randy Marchany on Virginia Tech's Cybersecurity Strategy
The Twenty Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense are quick wins that allow you to rapidly improve your cybersecurity without major procedural or technical change. In this podcast, IT Security Officer Randy Marchany discusses the list, the tension between privacy and security, and Virginia Tech's overall cybersecurity strategy.
Podcast: The Disconnect Between IT and Academics
David Woods is academic liason for Miami University. In this interview he discusses the disconnect between the IT mindset and the academic mindset and how they might collaborate successfully.
Podcast: WMU's "Broncoland" is a Video Game for Student Success
Broncoland Game and Broncoland Tour are video games designed to enhance recruiting and student success at Western Michigan University. Designed and built entirely in-house by a team of IT staff and WMU students. Both the game and tour take place on a 3D version of the WMU campus. This podcast features an interview with Kevin Abbott, project lead for 3D and interactive media at Western Michigan University.
Podcast: Changing the Culture of Your IT Organization
This podcast features an interview with Director of Academic Technologies James Jorstad and Vice Chancellor and CIO Mohamed Elhindi, both from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. They discuss how their IT department was dramatically changed through a cultural shift., including an external review, a change in their work function and alignment, and a shift in their work culture.