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About the Meeting

The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting was held February 4-6, 2013, face-to-face in Denver at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel and online.

The theme was, "Advancing the Next Generation of Learning." The next generation of learning involves the orchestration of a broad range of innovations and campus resources.  It focuses on the rapid evolution of learning technology, charting its migration from the desktop to the cloud and highly mobile devices. It explores the ecosystem of the learning environment, looking to provide a personalized experience that contributes to greater student success. It entails seeking evidence of impact, recognizing the need to evaluate and share what works. In short, the move towards the next generation of learning is higher education re-inventing itself. 

At the ELI Annual Meeting, through a highly interactive and engaging program, we exchanged ideas, innovations, and results within the overall context of moving towards the next generation of learning.

General session speakers were Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor, Syracuse University; Larry Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, The New Media Consortium; Roy Pea, David Jacks Professor, Stanford University; Robbie Kendall-Melton, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for eLearning, Tennessee Board of Regents. 

For general information about the ELI Annual Meeting or other ELI events, including registration, please contact EDUCAUSE Member Services at info@educause.edu, or 303-449-4430.


Additional Meeting Programs

CIO and Executive IT Leader Roundtable

The CIO and Executive IT Leader Roundtable held Monday, February 4, brought together college and university CIOs, executive IT leaders, and executive-level teaching and learning professionals to discuss current campus IT issues and opportunities.

e-Texts/e-Content Leadership Seminar

The Leadership Seminar held throughout the face-to-face meeting program served as a deeper learning experience on e-Texts/e-Content. Participants met, shared with, and learned from a cohort of peers from a wide range of positions supporting teaching and learning.


Who Attended

Over 500 faculty, support IT professionals, CIOs/senior IT leaders, and library professionals attended the ELI Annual Meeting 2013 in Denver, CO. Another 130 teaching and learning professionals attended the online conference, making it our largest ELI Online Annual Meeting to date. View specific 2013 attendee demographics by the categories below.

 

 

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Print Program
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2013 Horizon Report
Released each year at the ELI Annual Meeting, the Horizon Report describes six areas of emerging technology that will have significant impact on higher education.

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