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Breakthrough Models Academy
- July 13–18, 2014 | Cambridge, MA
- Summer and Fall 2014 | Online
- February 9–11, 2015 | Anaheim, CA
The Breakthrough Models Academy consists of three program components:
1) The Residential Program, July 13–18, 2014 | Cambridge, MA
Each day's exploration during the Academy face-to-face event will be driven by key topics—new models across today's higher education landscape, service blueprinting, learner relationship management, evidence of impact, and the emerging public policy environment. During the day and after hours, the academy experience is anchored by active learning and participant dialogue with experts in the field and each other. And, over the course of the week, participants will placed into teams in preparation for the design challenge.
Note: the agenda for the face-to-face event will be available in March, 2014.
2) The Coach-Supported Design Program, Summer & Fall 2014 | Online
Following the week in Cambridge, assigned teams will make arrangements to continue work on their designs through ongoing collaboration and mentoring from academy leaders.
3) The Design Challenge
February 9–11, 2015 | Anaheim, CA
Breakthrough model team presentations will take place at EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting 2015.
- Teams will be judged by the community and a panel of experts.
- Up to three teams will receive an award for their models.
- Each individual member of the winning team(s) will receive financial support for advancing their professional development. In addition, each institution represented on the winning team(s) will receive a complimentary one year membership with the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI).
Contribute to the backchannel conversation on Twitter using #BrMA14.
Diana Oblinger, President and CEO, EDUCAUSE
Gerardo de los Santos, President and CEO, League for Innovation in the Community College
2014 Academy Leaders
Susan Metros, Associate Vice Provost, Associate CIO and Associate Dean of the Academy for Arts, Technology, and the Business of Innovation at the University of Southern California
Vince Rodriguez, Vice President, Instruction and Student Services at Coastline Community College