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Linda A. Jorn (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Linda A. Jorn
Associate VP, Learning Technologies, and Director of DoIT AT

Madison, Wisconsin
UNITED STATES

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Biography

Linda Jorn serves as Associate Vice Provost of Learning Technologies and Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Director of Academic Technology, at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Linda works with campus leaders to set campus strategic priorities around educational innovation and to design efficient, yet flexible organizational structures that can quickly respond to transformational changes. She works with team members to make sure Academic Technology services align and help advance the University mission, strategic priorities, and the Wisconsin idea by wisely applying technology to current and future academic environments.

During her work career Linda has brought in over $3,642,000 in grant and project money and has lead or held membership in over 26 academic technology committees/councils. She has served on the EDUCAUSE Advisory Committee for Teaching and Learning, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Advisory Board, and served as the CIC Learning Technology chair-elect, chair, and chair emeritus. In addition she has served on ten CIC and national conference and program planning committees. Currently Linda serves on the EDUCAUSE Nominations Committee, is a member of the EDUCAUSE Senior Leadership Roundtable (SLR) Council, and is active in the EDUCAUSE Next Generation Digital Learning Environment conversations.

Linda has a twenty-year history of publishing and presenting about the impact of technology on teaching and learning with over 84 presentations, 19 grants, and 16 publications. She is dedicated to an interdisciplinary intellectual approach to her work and draws on key theories and practices from such disciplines as education, rhetoric, communication, computer science, and leadership.

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  • Nominations Committee
    Member , 2013 - 2016

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EDUCAUSE Quarterly Magazine (Archives)
March 2009
EDUCAUSE Review
March 2009
 

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