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Tuesday
Feb 14th, 2012
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Salon H
Mountain Time
Session Type: Featured Session

Information technology tools that enable collaboration in teaching and learning environments are rapidly becoming the foundation for 21st-century learning ecosystem. Yet the path to making them available and using them successfully often contains a diverse set of challenges. Questions include who decides on which tools; how much support should be made available for their use; can they be integrated with the campus IT environment and infrastructure; what happens when policy compliance issues emerge; and can support keep up with the proliferation of options, especially those in the cloud. In this discussion, faculty and central IT providers will discuss and debate the agenda, the aspirations, and the means to develop the evolving learning ecosystem.

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Just finished watching the 1:30 session #ELI12_FS05 and it was very interesting. At 2:35 is #edusocmedia. http://t.co/PUdmeuA8 #ELI2012

Do you have any evidence that faculty favor and would find value in the model you propose as opposed to a centralized and simplified set of tools?

@iangoh99 I might have to watch the recording of that session when it is available. #ELI2012 #eli12_fs05

Do you see any tension between the requirements for robust learning analytics and trend to be able to use a multiplicity of tools that don't generate data for learning analytics, business intellligence, ....?

Listening to @mwesch at EDUCAUSE #ELI12_FS05, moving from expert-audience model to one of "co-knowers"


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Just finished watching the 1:30 session #ELI12_FS05 and it was very interesting. At 2:35 is #edusocmedia. http://t.co/PUdmeuA8 #ELI2012

Do you have any evidence that faculty favor and would find value in the model you propose as opposed to a centralized and simplified set of tools?

@iangoh99 I might have to watch the recording of that session when it is available. #ELI2012 #eli12_fs05

Do you see any tension between the requirements for robust learning analytics and trend to be able to use a multiplicity of tools that don't generate data for learning analytics, business intellligence, ....?

Listening to @mwesch at EDUCAUSE #ELI12_FS05, moving from expert-audience model to one of "co-knowers"

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