Saturday, December 2, 2017

According to the results of The Campus Computing Survey 2017, a large majority of institutions say open educational resources (OER) will be an important source of course content in five years, according to a survey of CIOs detailed in an annual report that takes a look at campus IT. Video is increasingly important for hybrid, flipped and online classes, and the growing use of video lecture capture has surpassed audio in institutions. While artificial intelligence has drummed up lots of buzz in education, early data in this report suggest that more initial interest lies in the technology’s use in analytics, and less in instruction.

Outcomes of this conference:

-       Identify key IT planning and policy issues and trends that affect their institution
-       Use data from the presentation and supporting online materials for campus planning
-       Identify a national data resource to support campus decision making

OER: EduCause. (2017). Campus Computing 2017: The national survey of E-Learning and IT in American higher education. Philadelphia, PA: EDUCAUSE.  

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