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Wednesday, May 17 • 10:45am - 11:15am
New and Emerging Partnerships: Strategies: Prioritization, Adoption & Support of Tools

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In the weeks leading up to the start of a term, IT departments are inundated by requests from faculty to deploy new edtech tools. Managing these demands, setting priorities for deployment and maybe even saying no is a much about the art of negotiation and expectation management as it is about the technology. To avoid creating unnecessary tensions between IT and campus stakeholders, developing a strategy for growing a school's digital ecosystem that includes a request and adoption process that is flexible and timely is key. This session will explore how different campuses are revitalizing partnerships to create a highly engaged workflow for tools requests, while fostering collaboration to co-construct the institution's edtech ecosystem.

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Sean DeMonner

Executive Director, Teaching & Learning, University of Michigan
Sean DeMonner has worked in the technology field for over 20 years in settings ranging from universities to commercial startups to established, publicly-traded corporations. His professional experience includes functional management, organizational development, strategic planning, product development, and project and portfolio management. His broad technical background spans general IT applications and infrastructure, academic technologies, web and multimedia design and development, and delivery of related services. | Sean is currently responsible for enterprise academic technology at the University of Michigan where he is Executive Director of the Teaching... Read More →
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Jason Fish

Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies, Purdue University
Jason Fish is the Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies at Purdue University where he is responsible for providing leadership in technology initiatives that support instruction. He holds a BA in Computer Technology, an MBA, and his currently pursuing his PhD. The work of... Read More →

Matthew Gunkel

Manager, eLearning Design and Services, Indiana University
Director of Teaching and Learning Technology

Wednesday May 17, 2017 10:45am - 11:15am

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