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Affordability and Accessibility: A Learning Technologies Virtual Conference

Sep 20, 2019

The Big Ten Academic Alliance Learning Technologies Liaisons group is hosting a virtual conference on Affordability and Accessibility for all interested staff at member institutions. This opportunity will bring together peers with a range of expertise to share ideas and knowledge.

Conference organizer Marcia L. Dority Baker, Assistant Director, Academic Technologies, in the Office of Information Technology Services at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln explained, "The work we do to serve teaching and learning with technology is cross-disciplinary — expanding beyond our area and drawing on the expertise and input of many other areas. This work is key to the success of our institutions' core academic mission."

 Affordability and Accessibility: Thursday, October 3, 2-4pm Central

  • Annette Beck of Iowa will discuss using Unizin tools including: strategy, challenges, and savings.
  • Ana Palla-Kane and John Burke of Maryland, will share about the implementation of UDOIT and 6-essential steps  when working with faculty.
  • Robert Baird, Milind Basole, and Yury Borukhovich of Illinois will discuss eText @ Illinois.

Anticipated outcomes from the series include: 

  • Better informed and connected BTAA peer groups and members
  • Collaborative partnerships on similar initiatives
  • Presentation proposals for professional conferences
  • Research and publication opportunities

We look forward to the conversation and invite you to join us via Zoom or by hosting a watch party at your campus.  Please email Danielle LeFaivre at the Big Ten Academic Alliance to register for the conference.

In November, the group will host a virtual conference on Big Data and Student Privacy.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  • Technology Collaboration