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ELI 2012 Annual Meeting: View Program, Register Now

ELI LogoRegister now for the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, "Taking the Pulse: Connecting, Assessing, and Innovating," February 13-15, in Austin, Texas, or online, where we as a community will explore a matrix of themes that capture the key opportunities and challenges facing the teaching and learning community.

New! ELI Leadership Roundtable: In keeping with the innovative spirit of the ELI Annual Meeting, we’ve designed a new multifaceted learning experience called the ELI Leadership Roundtable. The roundtable will be threaded throughout the meeting program and will be centered on the theme of learning analytics. Registration is limited to the first 20 participants (participants must be registered for the full conference and pay an additional fee to attend).

Other highlights include:

  • "Evaluating Next Generation Learning Challenges: Blended Learning in a Scaled-Up Environment" — Thomas Cavanagh, Assistant Vice President of Distributed Learning, Charles D. Dziuban, Director, Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness (RITE), and Patsy D. Moskal, Associate Director, RITE, University of Central Florida
  • "Setting the Stage for Innovation: A Discussion of Insights from the MISO Survey" — Laurie Allen, Coordinator for Research, Instruction, and Outreach, Haverford College; David Consiglio, Head of Research Support and Educational Technology, Bryn Mawr College; Kevin J.T. Creamer, Director for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, University of Richmond; Joshua Wilson, Director for Integrated Services, Brandeis University
  • "Establishing Metrics for mLearning" — Deborah Keyek-Franssen, Director of Academic Technology, University of Colorado at Boulder; David W. Middleton, AVP, Finance and Technology, and Michael Taylor, Academic Director of the Center for Mobile Research and Innovation, and Associate Professor, Seton Hall University

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