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Initiate Academic Change Through the Learning Technology Leadership Program

The EDUCAUSE Institute's Learning Technology Leadership program, June 25–29, in Atlanta, prepares learning technology professionals to take the next level of leadership on their campuses.

This EDUCAUSE Institute program is for professionals whose campus role involves the support and promotion of teaching and learning. Participants will develop leadership skills and abilities that will serve them both in current and future campus roles. Here are a few comments from 2011 participants:

"I found that all the sessions were beneficial to me. It was a well-put-together program."

"I took away 'gems' from every session and something I could apply when I get back or continue to work on."

"This program was professionally and personally invigorating. So rarely do we have time to focus on professional development with a strong group of diverse peers without the distractions of daily life. I would highly recommend this program for anyone looking to reenergize their professional lives."

The program is designed to broaden perspectives and develop leadership abilities—enabling you to assume leadership roles to advance the effective use of technology to support teaching and learning in higher education.

The program, which will be led by nationally recognized leaders in the profession, will address such areas as:

  • Defining leadership roles that learning technologists can play on today's campuses
  • Developing effective ways to plan for and initiate change within your institution
  • Communicating with and developing collaborations among campus constituencies
  • Managing your career
  • Exploring the expanding influence of learning technology on today’s campuses

Register before May 28 to get early-bird discounted rates.


With the initiative of academic change through learning technology leadership program should we expect, as a trickle-down effect, that today’s students will perform better in these postmodern institutions?

Today's college students, in my opinion, will perform considerably better in postmodern institutions. We are now in an era where college students embrace and gladly welcome an education that reflects the changes in new and emerging technology. Institutions have an obligation to provide learning enviroments that are indicative of those changes.