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Monday
Mar 15th, 2010
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Camelot/Third Floor
Mountain Time
Session Type: Teaching and Learning
This session will analyze the conditions needed to create collaborative, effective campus communities by using the backdrop of evolving real-life success stories at two universities. The communities described are important mechanisms for shared expertise and provide feedback to high-level campus administration. Session attendees will determine their own campus needs and success factors for starting similar communities in order to effectively expand the reach to faculty and students. The outcomes of creating such communities are a more unified, organized approach to supporting teaching and learning with technology, a better utilization of institutional resources, and a more cohesive and inclusive instructional support community.
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