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Feb 14th, 2011
5:15 PM - 6:30 PM
IBR Center
Eastern Time
Session Type: General Session
For nearly nine years, the annual Horizon Report, a joint publication of the New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, has tracked new and emerging technologies for teaching, learning, and creative expression. This session is the official unveiling of the 2011 report. It will cover the six key technologies described in the report, as well as address the trends and challenges the report identifies as informing the 2011 context for postsecondary learning. Immediately following the release of the 2011 Horizon Report, you'll hear from representatives from several institutions that have already adopted and implemented teaching and learning innovations using the emerging technologies listed in the report. Following their lightning round presentations, you'll have some time to speak with the presenters individually to explore what impact the innovation has had on learners' experiences.

As a courtesy to all attendees, please limit your mobile devices usage in the ballroom so bandwidth is not exceeded.

Lightning Rounds
Phyllis Hillwig, Chief Operating Officer of Words & Numbers (Baltimore); member of the College Open Textbooks Collaborative

E-Readers in Teaching and Learning
Joan Wines, Professor and Chair, English Department, California Lutheran University

Mixable: A Mobile and Social Learning Environment That Puts Students in Control
Kyle Bowen, Director of Informatics, Purdue University

Gaming Examples
Todd Bryant, Foreign Language Liaison, Instructional Media Services, Dickinson College
Elizabeth Evans, Manager, Games4Learning Initiative, UNC Chapel Hill

Interactive CSPAN Project
Brandon Waite, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Emerging Media Faculty Fellow, Ball State University
Vinayak Tanksale, Instructor of Computer Science, Ball State University
Daniel Cooper, Student, Ball State Universit

eLIP, SNAPP: From Data Capture to Research-Informed Pedagogy
Shane Dawson, Director ISIT, Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia

myUMBC: Check My Activity (CMA)
John Fritz, Assistant Vice President, Instructional Technology and New Media, University of Maryland, Baltimore County



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