Steven Johnson may be the one person who uses the term innovation more frequently than we do. We are ecstatic to welcome him as the keynote speaker for Innovate 2015.
Johnson explores innovations of the past and future. His storytelling captures imaginations across the world, whether it's from his seat on the Colbert Report, his renowned columns, or on the set of his PBS series. He explores dynamic shifts that make way for big, progressive changes.
When you sign up for the conference you'll get a chance to preview the breakout sessions for the day. Let us know what looks interesting and we'll use that data to plan how the rooms are scheduled. Don't worry, commitaphobes--you can always change your mind later and attend whichever session you'd like.
David Ernst helped faculty, staff, and even a few students explore the possibilities of open textbooks during our recent Innovate 365 event. The Executive Director of the Open Textbook Network presented this solution as a step individual instructors can take to lower costs of higher education--and wihtout sacrificing quality.
Couldn't make it? Read the recap article, or check out the video recording:
Innovate RFP is open until Friday, January 30. We’re looking forward to a range of presentations, such as lessons learned from tech implementations, panels on current eLearning topics like accessibility, or how-to sessions that help educators build their learning tech skills. Bring us your new ideas or concepts regarding teaching, learning or research with technology that are fresh and stimulating for our audience.
The Spring Innovate 365 event brings in some outside perspective on a growing phenomenon in learning technology: Open Ed Resources.
David Ernst, Chief Information Officer for the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, will visit campus on Tuesday, February 17. Ernst will share his insights from his experience as Executive Director of the Open Textbook Network.