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You can help determine Chapman University’s next Future Ready Digital Learning Experience (FRDLE) by bringing your questions, thoughts and insights to these upcoming informational, interactive, ideation sessions!
Join us for Friday morning conversations October through December (11:00 am – 12:00 pm) for ongoing, campus-wide, Learning Management System future-ready discussions and presentations at the Orange Campus Tech Hub, DeMille 104. In these open forums, we will be discussing Blackboard Ultra and other future ready learning management systems. On weeks there will not be a panel discussion, there will be sandbox demos and other hands-on activities.
If you cannot join us in person, please join us virtually: LMS Event Video Conference Link
An up to date schedule of events and curated resources can always be found at the Educational Technology Service FRDLE site: https://sites.chapman.edu/chapman-lms/ All of sessions will be live streamed and only presentations recorded through Zoom web-conferencing.
INVITATION: If you are a faculty, staff, or student who would like to share your experience in a panel/presentation, or would like to formally participate in the FRDLE: Future Ready Digital Learning Experience committee, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Next Generation Digital Learning Environment A Report on Research. (April 2015) Malcolm Brown, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Joanne Dehoney, EDUCAUSE Nancy Millichap, Next Generation Learning Challenges
Abstract: In partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, EDUCAUSE explored the gaps between current learning management tools and a digital learning environment that could meet the changing needs of higher education. Consultations with more than 70 community thought leaders brought into relief the contours of a next generation digital learning environment (NGDLE). Its principal functional domains are interoperability; personalization; analytics, advising, and learning assessment; collaboration; and accessibility and universal design. Since no single application can deliver in all those domains, we recommend a “Lego” approach to realizing the NGDLE, where NGDLE-conforming components are built that allow individuals and institutions the opportunity to construct learning environments tailored to their requirements and goals.