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Thursday, March 9, 2017 | Leading Change in Higher Education Digital Learning
Presented by Lawrence C. Ragan, PhD, | Penn State University
Please join us for the next Campus Conversations event when Lawrence C. Ragan, PhD, presents Leading Change in Higher Education Digital Learning on the University of Nebraska Medical Center campus.
During this presentation, Ragan tackles the barrage of forces, inputs, demands and signals of change that higher education leaders face. This session will explore the potential of envisioning a new state of higher education in the light of the affordances and ubiquity of technology in the teaching and learning process.
A formula for change, D * A → V > B = NS, will be used to frame and guide the discussion leading to the definition of strategies that help move the needle in order to lead higher education in a digital age.
Important: When registering for the event, please indicate if you would like to attend the presentation in-person or via webcast. An e-mail will be sent prior to the event with attendance information.
Thursday, March 9, 2017
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (CST)
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Michael F. Sorrell Center for Health Science Education 4053
About the Speaker
Since 2012, Lawrence C. Ragan, PhD has served as co-director of the Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) at Penn State University where he helps direct the center’s mission of research, scholarship, technology innovation and leadership development programming. Ragan has been part of the creation and leadership of Penn State’s World Campus since its inception in 1998, serving as director for Instructional Design and Development (1995-2008) and director of Faculty Development (2008-2012). Since 2009, he has served as co-director of the Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL) in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium (formerly Sloan-C). Ragan also served as founding co-director and faculty of the EDUCAUSE Learning Technology Leadership program (2005-2007). More recently, he has been active in exploring the use of innovation and change management to transform higher education.
About Campus Conversations
The University of Nebraska Online Worldwide, in partnership with each NU campus, co-hosts a series of talks focused on key topics related to education in the fact of rapidly changing technology.
Sessions are held on their respective host campus and streamed live on the web for those who cannot attend in person. Campus Conversations are free for NU employees.