Originally Aired: Thursday, October 4, 2012
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Higher education is buzzing about blended and online learning, the flipped classroom and MOOCs. Academics from every discipline have taken notice and are working on strategies to incorporate these concepts into their curriculums and courses. CIOs and technologists should be part of these strategic discussions and work together with academics to bring the best solutions to the table in order to meet the institution’s goals.
Join us for this complimentary webinar event where one innovative CIO puts it all into perspective – when to enter the conversation on blended learning strategy and how to adapt to the latest learning methodologies. Hear from University of Kentucky’s technology leader, Vince Kellen. As a 2012 Dell Transformational CIO, Vince shares how UK is responding to the uncertainty facing higher education by:
- Defining a blended learning strategy before buying technology
- Weeding through the portfolio of technology options in order to invest in the right solutions for teaching and learning
- Responding to the MOOC phenomenon and how technologies like lecture capture can be used to support new programs
All are welcome to register – CIOs, Academic Technologists, Instructional Technologists and Curriculum Designers are highly encouraged to attend.
Connect before, during and after the event on Twitter at #gotMOOC.
This webinar is sponsored by Echo360 and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by Echo360.
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education
Dr. Michael Zastrocky is a consultant in higher education and Executive Director of The Leadership Board for CIO’s in higher education. Dr. Zastrocky examines and analyzes emerging higher education IT trends and assesses the implications of those trends on educational institutions globally. He also examines higher education management issues and how institutions can effectively and efficiently manage their organizations. He recently retired as Managing Vice President, Education Research Leader and Research Director for Academic Strategies at Gartner Inc, the world’s largest information technology research and advisory services organization.
Before joining Gartner, he served as a faculty member at several universities, assistant dean, chief information officer, vice president of CAUSE (the international association for managing and using information resources in higher education, now EDUCAUSE), and vice president of the Kaludis Consulting Group. He has a bachelor’s degree from Regis University in mathematics, a master’s degree in education administration from the University of Denver, and a doctor of education degree in technology and mathematics education from the University of Northern Colorado.
Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., CIO, University of Kentucky
In January 2009, Dr. Vince Kellen was named the Chief Information Officer for the University of Kentucky, one of the top public research institutions and academic medical centers in the U.S. He and his senior managers lead a staff of 250 in supporting 27,000 students,18 colleges, and 13,000 employees in IT strategic planning, enterprise software, high performance computing, computing labs, classroom technology, learning management systems, business intelligence, student information systems, data center operations, network infrastructure, and information technology support. In the past year and with the active collaboration of the University of Kentucky community, Dr. Kellen led the development of the UK IT Strategic Plan, which will contribute to University of Kentucky’s Top 20 goal. Dr. Kellen is a Senior Consultant with the highly regarded IT industry think-tank, Cutter Consortium, participating in Cutter’s Business-IT Strategies and Business Intelligence practices.
Duration = ~ 60 Minutes
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