CirQlive is the sponsor of the featured sessions on Wednesday at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative @EDUCAUSELI conference in Anaheim, CA this week. All of these sessions at ELI will be packed with great insights and many take-aways. As we looked through each program, we found the clear theme is commitment to helping students succeed. We wouldn’t be in the education business if we didn’t have the collective commitment to seeing people around the globe learn and grow. It’s an exciting time to be a tech company with a behind-the-scenes but an oh-so-important solution for making learning online significantly easier and less cumbersome. We hope you’ll join us at one of the following ELI sessions on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Strategies for Growing a Scalable and Sustainable Learning Analytics Initiative at 9:15 a.m.
University of Wisconsin-Madison (@UWMadison) Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning Steven Cramer (@cramersm), Director of Academic Technology Linda Jorn and Senior Evaluation Consultant Kimberly Arnold (@kimberlyarnold)
Helping Faculty Create Different Student Interactions with a New Online Conversation Platform at 10:45 a.m.
New York University (@nyuniversity) team including Chief Instructional Technology Officer Ben Maddox and Vice Provost William Shirky
Three Critical Strategies for Influencing Students’ Success at 11:45 a.m.
Vice President for Student Affairs at Cal State Fullerton (@csuf) Berenecea Johnson Eanes (@VP_BJEanes), Vice President for Research and Policy at NASPA (@NASPAtweets) Amelia Parnell (@AmeliaParnell)
This Mess and We Can Innovate Out of It at 3:15 p.m.
Director of Academic Technology at the University of Colorado, Denver (@CUDenver) David Thomas
The Chief Academic Technology Officer: A Unique Tech Exec at 4:15 p.m.
Chief Academic Technology Officer at UC Berkeley (@UCBerkeley) Jenn Stringer (@jenn_stringer), Chief Academic Technology Officer at the University of Oregon (@uoregon) Helen Chu (@helenchu)