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Mar 16th, 2010
4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Grand Ballroom/Seventh Floor
Mountain Time
Session Type: General Session
Come learn about innovative work being done in the Midwest region at this brisk, lively showcase of five-minute presentations from seven of your peer institutions. Time will be allotted for Q&A, and informal interest groups may be formed on the spot at the end of the session.

A Collaborative Approach to Building a Student Information and Technology Literacy Program
Kenetha Frisby, Instructional Technology Services Coordinator, Butler University

Chat, Chow, and Web 2.0: Nourishing the Teaching and Learning Community
Jason Spartz, Information Technology Manager - Multimedia Systems, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Gaining Through Training
Emily Rogers, Coordinator of Access Services and Renee Ettinger, Information Literacy Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Google Calendar: Your Data In and Out
Ethan Sommer, Associate Director of Core Services, Gustavus Adolphus College

Opportunities Found: Turning Digital Signage into an Enterprise IT Service
Thomas S. Kunka, Coordinator of Network Systems and Operations, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Technology-Enhanced Nurse Access to Baccalaureate Level Education (Tech-ENABLED)
Michael R. Hoadley, Assistant VP for Academic Affairs for Technology, Antoine Thomas, Training and Development Specialist, Eastern Illinois University and Rebecca Merten, Interim Director & Assistant Professor, Nursing, Eastern Illinois University

UCGroups: A Common Access Management Service for Common Access Management Needs
Thomas J. Barton, Senior Director for Integration, University of Chicago



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