Data Driven, Media Enabled - The New Normal
In this time of greater economic challenge, Higher Education is forced to rely increasingly on Data Driven decisions. Information Services is involved with all phases of turning institutional data into knowledge as well as taking responsibility for the security of that same data. Media Enabled is the all encompassing definition for how we need to better utilize technology for teaching and learning. This translates to media enabled classrooms as well as for the distribution of that media to our wider audiences. This is our New Normal for Information Services support for Higher Education.
The Council for Christian Colleges & University proudly supports the annual Commission on Technology Conference. The 2011 conference will take place May 31 – June 3 in Newberg, Oregon.
The Commission on Technology Conference is a uniquely designed professional development experience for technology professionals at CCCU schools. No where else will you find an event so relevant and tailored to the specific concerns and challenges you have in the context of Christian higher education. Come learn practical ideas to implement back on campus, and develop stimulating professional relationships with your colleagues in similar positions across the country.
The CCCU Commission on Technology organizes this conference in service to its peer group.
Call for Papers
We invite you to make a presentation at the 2011 conference. We are especially interested in proposals around our conference theme of “Data Driven, Media Enabled, The New Normal,” presentations that present examples of your data management projects, or how media creation or management is influencing your teaching and learning strategies. We also welcome proposals on other topics. Perhaps you are engaged in something innovative on your campus or have a topic for which you would like to facilitate a discussion.
Presentations generally last for 45 – 55 minutes and offer practical advice or insights from personal experience. Some sessions are detail oriented, but they tend to be global in scope and amenable to application in a variety of circumstances. So please consider volunteering. To do so, submit a session title and brief summary (up to 150 words) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Papers
Call for Papers Deadline
March 1, 2011 (11:59 PM EST)
September 1, 2010
Early Registration Deadline
April 30, 2011 (11:59 PM EST)
Online Registration Deadline
May 25, 2011 (11:59 PM EST)