Author Archives: Allan

Perspectives on IT Governance from the Gartner Symposium

This is the first of my blog posts about the 2012 Gartner Symposium that I’m attending this week. I’m organizing these around themes that have cropped up from one or more sessions. I’m also going to keep these short so … Continue reading

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Navigating the Educational Ecosystem

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Can You Teach Creativity?

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Visit to the WisCEL Space at University of Wisconsin, Madison

This is a little ironic for several reasons. Our group (Education Technology Services) is currently involved with some pilot projects I’m done with the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting now and thought I’d share a few of my observations. This … Continue reading

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Panoramas of the Knowledge Commons

This is a little ironic for several reasons. Our group (Education Technology Services) is currently involved with some pilot projects I’m done with the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting now and thought I’d share a few of my observations. This … Continue reading

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Reflections on ELI Part 4: Active Learning Classrooms at Iowa

This is a little ironic for several reasons. Our group (Education Technology Services) is currently involved with some pilot projects I’m done with the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting now and thought I’d share a few of my observations. This … Continue reading

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Reflections on ELI Part 3: iPads at Notre Dame and Cal State Fullerton

This is a little ironic for several reasons. Our group (Education Technology Services) is currently involved with some pilot projects I’m done with the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting now and thought I’d share a few of my observations. This … Continue reading

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Reflections on ELI Part 2: Chris Dede, EcoMUVE, and Active Learning

Jane McGonigal is coming to Penn State for a keynote address in the spring. Jane is into gaming, rubella especially games for good. She was one of the people behind World Without Oil, which is an alternative reality game that … Continue reading

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Reflections on ELI Part 1: eTextbooks at Indiana and iPad Initiative at Anderson

This is a little ironic for several reasons. Our group (Education Technology Services) is currently involved with some pilot projects I’m done with the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting now and thought I’d share a few of my observations. This … Continue reading

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The Shape of the Horizon to Come #NMChz

I’m about to start Day 2 of a meeting to examine the 10-year history of the Horizon Report. Last night was scheduled as a reception, public health but that launched right into a couple of presentations and a large discussion … Continue reading

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