CT 2015 Session List

Campus Technology 2015 is your #1 source for industry knowledge and professional development. Learn from the pros in more than 100 sessions and workshops — all focused on your most pressing technology challenges, needs and goals. From hands-on workshops and keynotes to tech talks to hot topic sessions, you'll discover a diverse and relevant offering of courses that you won't find anywhere else.

Here's just a sampling of sessions by focus area that you'll find at Campus Technology 2015:

CIO: Next Generation

Collaboration Strategies for Cloud Service Delivery
Andrew Keating (moderator), Director, Internet2

Cybersecurity at the C-Level: Preparing Future Leaders
Jane LeClair, Chief Operating Officer, National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College

Effective Strategies for Retaining and Developing Skilled IT Professionals
Shannon Thomas, Director of Client Support Services, Clayton State University

How Tufts University Transformed Budgeting and Forecasting in the Cloud
Tony Ard, Vice President - Higher Education, Axiom EPM

Investigating the Determinants of Protective Technology Investment Choice
Fara Afshar, Assistant Professor, SUNY, Suffolk County Community College

Make IT Work: Maximizing Your IT Support Efforts
Mary Stewart, ITR Technologist III, University of Tennessee

Prioritizing IT Budgets During University Cutbacks and Strategic Realignments
Thomas Hoover, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

So You Want to be a CIO?
Wayne Brown, Founder, Center for Higher Education CIO Studies

The Case for Strong IT Governance on Campus
Josh Wall, Business Analyst, Pearson Education

The New Leadership Challenge
Michael Kubit, Chief Operations Officer (Interim), Information Technology Services, Case Western Reserve University

Higher Ed IT in the Digital Age

Achieving Digital Literacy Skills through Game Development
Mark Frydenberg, Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems, Bentley University

Adaptive Learning Technology in Online Labs
Michael Troyan, Instructor of Biochemistry and Molecular Bioloby, Penn State

Collaborative Faculty Development Model: Enhancing Learning Trough Emerging Techcnology
Rubén García, Professor, University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus

Collaborative Learning with Simulation: The Ultimate Flip!
Lee Daugherty, Director-Project BOOST, Florence-Darlington Technical College

Digital Culture and Learning: Images, Data, Interfaces and Virtual Reality
Maya, Georgieva, Associate Director, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, New York Univerisity, Stern School of Business

Enhancing Instruction with Gamification Principles
Kevin Bell, Executive Director of Curriculum Development and Deployment /Senior Fellow for the Lowell Institute, Northeastern University

From a Book to an App: Overcoming the Challenges of Disruption
Jonathan Huer, Director of Emerging Technologies and Media Development, Ball State University

How Wearables Inspire Learning and Transform Institutional Cultures
Emory Craig, Director of eLearning and Instructional Technologies, College of New Rochelle

Massive Multiplayer Online Wargame Leveraging the Internet
Paulette Robinson, Senior Research Fellow, National Defense University Center for Technology and National Security Policy

Selecting a Technology Device that Provides Maximum Educational Benefit
Scott Sherman, Divisional Administrator of Technology for the College of Pharmacy, Western New England University

IT Leadership and Policy

Aligning IT with Academic Goals
Judith Tabron, Director, Faculty and Student Computing Services, Hofstra University

Design and Implementation of a Complete Renovation in Less than a Year
Kenneth Gardner, Director of Instructional Technology, University of Louisville, School of Medicine

Developing a Tier 1 Plan for IT
Lee Gildon, OIT Chief Operations Officer, University of Texas at San Antonio

Implementing a Cross-platform Tablet Program: Successes and Lessons
Rudy, Sanchez, Director, Academic Technology & Innovation, California State University, Fresno

Improving Institution Performance with Enhanced Second-Tier Services
Sterlin Sanders, Assistant Director of Technical Support Services, Valdosta State University Information Technology

Inspiring Innovation with Learning Space Design
Maya Georgieva, Associate Director, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, New York Univerisity, Stern School of Business

The Key to Strong IT Support? High Quality Metrics
Glenn Setliff, Director of Information Technology, Duke University School of Nursing

Transforming Student Services Through Digitization and Automation
Nigel Parker, Director of Archives and Records Management, Tarrant County College District

Using the Right Tools to Maintain Quality Service in a Growing Higher Education Environment
Ruth Pionke, Senior Information Officer, University of Alabama, College of Arts & Sciences

Using Web Tools to Strengthen and Expand Connections Through Digital and Social Media
Haugen, Technology Integration Specialist, Bowdoin College

IT Management and Networking

Best All-Around Help Desk
Baldwin, Computer Technician, Cape Fear Community College

Bi-coastal Desktop Management Made Simple and Done Right
Thomas Hoover, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Changing the Campus IT Networks
John Curran, President and CEO, American Registry for Internet Numbers

Developing a Successful Student Information System Vendor Selection Process
Johnson, Senior Student Information System/ ERP Project Management Consultant, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

For Students by Students: An Approach to Addressing Accessibility
Steven Kirtley, Instructional Technologist, Western Kentucky University

How West Chester University Saved $1M By “Cutting the Cord”
Adel Barimani, Vice President of Information Services/CIO, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Reevaluating Cybersecurity in Higher Education
Hamer, CISO, Harvard University

Top 5 Do's and Do Not's of Higher Ed IT
Guntherberg, IT Systems Engineer, University of North Florida

University-wide IT Security Risk Assessment: A Collaborative Approach
Morrill, Manager, BerryDunn

Using the Semantic Web to Develop Faculty Assessment Systems
Andrew White, Associate CIO for Health Sciences, Stony Brook University

Online and Blended Learning

A Transformative Approach to Building an Online Teaching Certification Program
Jeff Schomburg, Executive Director of Academic Technology Services, St. Mary's University

Blended Courses are Online Courses
Smith, Instructional Designer, University of Bridgeport

Developing an Online Master’s Program:The Nuts and e-Bolts
Michael Sheerin, Associate Professor and Director, SJMC Online, Florida International University

Do It Yourself Analytics
Ryan Fleming, Instructional Designer, Northeastern University

Engagement in Online Learning: Where Did My Instructor and Classmates Go?
Reggie Cobb, Biology Instructor, Nash Community College

Interprofessional Collaboration for the Development of an e-Portfolio
Ana Maria Catanzaro, Associate Dean, W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State College

Lessons Learned from Two Large-Scale Digital Badging Initiatives
Beth Nettles, Web Project Manager, University of Central Florida

Producing Quality Online Learning Videos: What Really Matters and Why
Ryan Baltrip, Director of Online Learning, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Supporting Online Classes
Susan Goldstein, Educational Technology Coordinator, Harvard Division of Continuing Education

Virtual Engagment: How Technology Facilitates Dynamic Blended Online Experiences
Benjamin Luce, Academic Dean, Kaplan University

Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age

AR, Fad or Profound Tool for Teaching and Campus Life?
Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist, Fordham University

Educators Flip the Classroom for Better Student Engagement
Terry Austin, Instructor, Biology, Temple College

Engagement and Motivation Through Digital Tools
Rae Ann Hirsh, Director Early Childhood Education, Carlow University

Flipping the Flipped Classroom with Problem-Based Learning
John Morris, Director: Office of Educational Technology - JMP Program, UC Berkeley

How to Thrive in the BYOD Learning Environment
Curby Alexander, Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University

Launching a Successful Mobile Initiative: Faculty Considerations
Michael Petroski, Director of Faculty Development and Academic Assessment, Lynn University

Matching Tools to Tasks: Finding the Right Learning Solution
Lindsay Karp, Senior Instructional Technologist, Fordham University

MIT Captures Lectures with Multiple Cameras and No Staff
Terry Cullen, President, CEO, 1 Beyond, Inc.

The Educational Technology Horizon: Challenges, Trends and Important Developments
Lawrence Miller, Senior Director, Community College Relations, The New Media Consortium

Using a Collaboratory to Make Student Thinking Visible
Michael Lafreniere, Associate Professor, Ohio University-Chillicothe

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