In the recent 2018 Educause report, ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology by Joseph D. Galanek, Dana C. Gierdowski, and D. Christopher Brooks, students are coming to university with growing expectations around technology and instruction.
You’re invited to a campus-wide Future Ready Digital Learning Experience (FRDLE) open conversation and listening session on November 2, 2018 @ 11am – 12pm.
Pre-register for a Tech Hub (DeMille 104)/Online Event and receive digital Handouts prior to discussions, including a preview of the next generation, modern LMS interfaces for Blackboard Ultra, Canvas, and Brightspace!
Next week, save the date for our first Learning Management System (LMS) panel discussion. Hear from valued colleagues who have personally taught in one or more learning management system. Feel free to bring a colleague!
If you cannot attend the events below, LMS Review Committee would appreciate your feedback in the survey: LMS Review Feedback Link. An up to date schedule of events and curated resources can always be found at the Educational Technology Service FRDLE Site.
|Date||Time||Chapman Events Calendar|
|11/2/2018||11AM-12PM||Blackboard Review Listening Session. Join the discussion! Virtual Conference Link | Tech Hub, DeMille 104 | Rinker 277|
|11/9/2018||11AM-12PM||LMS Panel Discussion: Canvas | Blackboard | Brightspace Virtual Conference Link | Tech Hub, DeMille 104 | Rinker 277|
|11/16/2018||11AM-12PM||Brightspace Presentation & Hands-on Demonstration Virtual Conference Link | Tech Hub, DeMille 104 | Rinker 277|
No virtual conference
|11/30/2018||11AM-12PM||Canvas Presentation & Hands-on Demonstration Virtual Conference Link | Tech Hub, DeMille 104 | Rinker 277|
|12/7/2018||10AM-12PM||Bb Presentation & Hands-on Demonstration.LMS Transition Panel: Belmont University (Ultra), University of Central Florida (Canvas), Loma Linda University (Brightspace) Virtual Conference Link|
|12/14/2018||11AM-12PM||Listening session, panel discussion or hands-on demonstration. Virtual Conference Link | Tech Hub, DeMille 104 | Rinker 277|
Joseph D. Galanek, Dana C. Gierdowski, and D. Christopher Brooks. ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2018. Research report. Louisville, CO: ECAR, October 2018.
EDUCAUSE is pleased to present our interactive 15th annual ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology. With survey responses from a broad sample of 130 US and international institutions, and from more than 64,000 students, this study continues to stand as one of the higher education IT industry’s largest and longest-running explorations of students’ technology experiences, behaviors, and preferences.