A surprisingly large number of sessions still don’t have online materials. When they come online I’ll come back here and link to them. Overall, it was a very good conference, but I don’t think I managed my session selection very well. Next year I’d like to go to more sessions on teaching. As I look at this schedule, I seem to have missed all of those this time around.
- The Unique Human Brain: Clues from Neurology
- Exhibits (talked to Zimbra & Google)
- Lessons Learned from Deploying Sakai: An Interinstitutional Panel Discussion
- Leadership and Management Lightning Round for:
- Library/IT Partnership: The View from the Dean’s Office
- What Does a Web Enterprise Services Strategy Entail?
- Student E-Mail: New Options, New Solutions (the session of the singing loon)
- Poster Sessions for:
- Library/IT Partnerships: A View from the Dean’s Office
- A Combined Math and Rhetoric Lab Course: A Pilot Program
- What’s Not in Your Wiki?
- Informal Learning Space presentation by MIT on their mobile device/iPhone application
- NITLE reception
- Discussion Session: Outsourcing E-Mail
- The Facts of Life in a High-Tech Age (Moira Gunn)
- Discussion Session: Outsourcing Non-E-Mail Applications
- Lunch/Networking with Tweeps (Missed ELI Top Teaching & Learning Challenges of 2009 – bummer!)
- Exhibits (talked with Microsoft and Desire2Learn, got roped into talking with Bradford, got bag thrust at me by … some vendor I don’t even know. I took it.)
- Point/Counterpoint: Student Email: In or Out?
- Poster Sessions for:
- Visit, Upload, and Share! Collaboration Through Web 2.0 Tools in an International Experience Class
- Beyond Talking Heads: Creating a Web Video Channel
- Altiris and Hardware Independent Imaging
- Looking for IT Answers? Browse Our Service Catalogue
- Meant to go to Disconnects Between Learning Management Systems and Millennial Generation User Expectations but I ran into a former colleague and we networked for a while…
- UC Mobile (University of Cincinnati’s mobile phone offering)
- Should have gone to the closing session on Why IT Matters: A President’s Perspective on Technology and Leadership but I wanted to get to the airport with plenty of time for security, which ended up taking 5 minutes max. Twitter livefeed of the session indicates it was fantastic and dynamic. Grrrrrr….
A bunch of other sessions looked really good too, but I missed them for one reason or another.
- In and Outsourcing: Benefits and Risks
- Social Media and Education: The Conflict Between Technology and Institutional Education, and the Future
- The World War II Poster Project: Building Information Literacy Through Collaboration
- Mashups, Remixes, and Video Culture: Engaging the YouTube Generation in the Classroom
- The Launch of Google Apps for Education at USC: Determinants, Decisions, and Deterrents
- A Campus-Wide Approach for Mobile Learning with iPhones
- Tomorrow’s Students, Today’s Kâ€“12 Digital Learners: Are You Ready for Them?
- Faculty Use of Digital Resources and the Implications for Digital Libraries