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Podcast: Leading Sustained, Desired Change

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Emerging trends in higher education require fundamental changes in our IT organizations. Without the right strategy and approach, attempts at organizational change could return unintended results that negatively impact an organization for years. This session will present how evidence-based approaches can be used to facilitate and focus positive organizational change.
 

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Running time: 45m 57s
File size: 18.41 MB

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Podcast: The Importance of Mentors on the Journey to a First CIO Position

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Melissa Woo, Vice Provost for IS and CIO, University of Oregon

Mentoring has evolved beyond the traditional long-term, one-on-one style. There are many different mentoring styles, and each can be leveraged effectively to assist in one's professional development. This session will cover different mentoring styles that can be used during the different steps in the journey toward that first CIO position.
 

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Podcast: The Ins and Outs of Online Learning

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Running time: 47m 30s
File size: 19.03 MB

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Podcast: Supporting Course Transformation at Scale

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Running time: 45m 50s
File size: 18.37 MB

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Podcast: Sherpa: Increasing Student Success with a Recommendation Engine

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  • Robert Bramucci, Vice Chancellor, Technology and Learning Services, South Orange County Community College District
  • Jim Gaston, Director of IT - Academic Systems, South Orange County Community College District
 
Students flock to online services like Amazon, Pandora, and Netflix that offer personalized recommendations, a stark contrast from the "one size fits all" services in higher education. In this session, we will present Sherpa, a recommendation engine for courses, information, and services that utilizes both human and machine intelligence.


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Podcast: Beyond E-Books: Right-Sized Mobile Content for Learning Anywhere

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Kyle Bowen,  Director of Informatics, Purdue University
 
Every student makes the choice for how and where learning will take place. Increasingly, students are turning to mobile devices for accessing their learning content. To enable faculty to build mobile-ready content from a variety of different media, Purdue developed Jetpack, a mobile learning application that offers an alternative to texts, course packs, and class handouts.
 
 

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Running time: 46m 33s
File size: 18.65 MB

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Podcast: Achieving Virtualization: The Holy Grail of IT

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  • Eric DenBraber, Assistant Director - Housing IT, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Robert Dixon, Director of Information Technology - Housing & Dining Services, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Alfred Roberts, Assistant Director of IT, University of Colorado Boulder


Learn about the details of a successful virtual desktop deployment at CU-Boulder's Housing & Dining department with dozens of critical business database systems across 500 staff workstations. VDI can now change the future of business computing , offering the benefits of sustainability, IT administration, security, mobility, and ROI on hardware, software, and labor.

 

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Running time: 55m 44s
File size: 22.33 MB

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Podcast: A CIO's First Year

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Running time: 43m 15s
File size: 17.33 MB

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Podcast: IT as a Core Academic Competence

Speaker: Clay Shirky, Faculty, New York University

For half a millennium, paper has been at the center of the academic enterprise, not just conceptually but architecturally, with many campuses arranged with the library at their center. Now, though, the core academic functions of collaboration, publication, dissemination, and argument are being virtualized. This change challenges many organizational and cultural assumptions, and moves the role of information and communication technology from a support function into the center of the academic enterprise.

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Running time: 59m 42s
File size: 23.92 MB

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Podcast: Academic Completion in a Lifelong Learning Universe: What's That?

Speaker: Peter Smith, Senior Vice President, Academic Strategies and Development, Kaplan University Corporate Office

Information technology is having a profound impact on our ability to support improved persistence, attainment, and completion for adult learners. Improved metrics, reduced time to and cost of degrees, and better assessments are permanent changes in the education landscape. IT also has changed the meaning of completion from a fixed objective in time to a repeating cycle with multiple "end points" in the learner's life. I will analyze this new meaning of completion and its implications for workplace education, accreditation, financial aid, and the academic calendar as well as the higher education economic model.

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Running time: 46m 18s
File size: 18.55 MB

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