Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas on technology, teaching and learning

first_imgCategories:Academic FuturesStrategic InitiativesCampus Community The Academic Futures subcommittees are submitting to campus some of the compelling ideas that have emerged from combined campus input over the fall semester. These ideas arose from white papers, town hall meetings, unit-based meetings and themed discussions. In the second of a multipart Academic Futures video series, Jon Leslie, associate vice chancellor for marketing and content strategy, is asking for your feedback on a set of ideas the technology and teaching subcommittee has coalesced around. This is your opportunity to weigh in on these ideas, submitting feedback by June 1. How do we go from our many pockets of online and distance education excellence to a more cohesive model that will help us scale to meet the rapidly evolving needs of students?How can our leadership help to unify our academic thinking, our financial models and our operational approaches to technology, online and distance learning?How do we transform to a continuum of services, technologies and partnerships that will support increased enrollments, positive academic outcomes and a stronger institutional reputation?How do we mainstream technology-driven teaching practices to the same level as current presence-based teaching to incentivize broader faculty participation in these transformative modalities?Share Your Feedback Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mailcenter_img Published: April 20, 2018 last_img read more