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Where Is the Open Education Movement Going?
May 19, 2009

What does the concept of "open education" mean in 2009? Is it simply a matter of sharing learning content, or is a broader set of principles and practices called into question as well? …

Strategies for New Circumstances
June 16, 2009

In the nine months since the economic downturn hit higher ed with full force, the resulting retrenching on our campuses has forced IT professionals to think in new ways about what they do. We hav…

Building Digital Discourse: Telling Academic Stories
May 5, 2009

In this presentation, we will recount the institutional and pedagogical processes of deploying a Digital Narrative pilot program at Tulane University. We will discuss the methods used in training…

Stimulating Big Broadband Deployment
April 24, 2009

For a number of years, EDUCAUSE has been arguing for an aggressive national policy to promote universal deployment of high-speed networks for the benefit of education, health care, and the econom…

The Dynamic Duo: CFO/CIO Partnerships for Surviving the Economic Downturn
April 17, 2009

As the belts get tightened in higher education, a strong and mutually trusting relationship with the Chief Financial Officer is critically important.  Join Reagan Ramsower (CFO) and Pattie Orr…

How Technology Will Reshape Academe After the Economic Crisis
May 11, 2009

Some are prepared to concede that the current global financial crisis may take its toll on a number of universities. Mergers, consolidations, and perhaps even closures are all possible outcomes o…

From Desktops to Data Centers: Sustainable IT at Stanford
April 3, 2009

Stanford has created the position of sustainable IT, a dual report to the facilities and IT services department. By pulling resources from both of these areas, Stanford has been able to develop e…

The Economy's Impact on Higher Education
March 17, 2009

In this Spotlight Series of webinars we focus on current economic issues. Kicking off the first in our series of events will be William Jarvis, managing director and head of research at the C…

Choruss: A New Business Model for Digital Music
March 3, 2009

Per-copy charges for music and other intellectual property made sense when copies were physical objects, but that business model is ill-suited to the digital world. The mismatch has led to thousa…

The 2009 Horizon Report
February 18, 2009

Join us for this discussion between the founder and a long-standing advisory board member of the NMC's Horizon Project. As part of this effort, an annual report is produced each year in coll…


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