Goldilocks Had a Point

Goldilocks Had a Point

Donald J. Welch, Ph.D. Interim VP and Chief Information Officer, PennState University

We can’t just look for and compensate for vulnerabilities. We have to take the measure of all our controls, think strategically about the risk and make the choice that is not too much, not too little, but just right.

The New Learning Analytics Driving Individualized Learning Outcomes

Len Peters, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, New York University

Our role at NYU IT is to explore new ways to leverage learning data to help improve outcomes on an individual level.

The Brass Ring: Collaboration- Driven Learning Online

The Brass Ring: Collaboration- Driven Learning Online

Sam Herring, CEO, Intrepid Learning, Inc.

There’s an outdated “truth” still found in executive education and corporate learning—...

Transformative Change in a Change-Averse Environment

Transformative Change in a Change-Averse Environment

David W. Dodd, VP-IT & CIO, Stevens Institute of Technology

Higher education institutions have been called ‘loosely coupled organizations’ for good reason....

How We Remodeled our E-learning Initiatives for Improved Outcomes

How We Remodeled our E-learning Initiatives for Improved Outcomes

Peggy Moore, Director of E-learning, Instructional Designer, University of Nebraska Medical Center And Megan Blusys, Communications and Media Coordinator, Academic Affairs, University of Nebraska Medical Center

By engaging health science learners through interactive modules, we aim to increase their...

Fostering Students to Prosper in Global Education

Randy Phelps, CTO, East Side Union High School District

A significant challenge we face in education is that we know that an entirely new way of teaching and learning, of knowledge acquisition, of measuring growth and fostering success is desperately needed