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Wednesday, October 19, 2005
8:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
General Session: Welcome to the Participation Age
10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
Featured Speaker: Designs for Learning to Meet 21st Century Expectations - Sponsored by Zimbra
Track 1: Community Source ERP: What? Are You Crazy?
Track 1: Toward True Mobile Learning: What Do We Need in Remote Areas?
Track 2: It Was a Dark and Stormy . . . Eight Weeks! Maintaining Critical IT Services During the 2004 Hurricane Season
Track 3: The DPubS Development Project: Building an Open Source Electronic Publishing System
Track 4: Listening to the Client: Connecting IT and the Academy
Track 4: Update on "InCommon Federation," the Higher Education Community of Trust
Track 5: Leveraging Guest Accounts for Ubiquitous Web Sign-On System Acceptance
Track 6: Course Transformation Using Microsoft OneNote Powered Tablet PCs
Track 6: Providing Distance Learning with New Tools for the VT/WFU Biomedical Engineering and Science School
Track 6: TechConnect: Student-to-Student Technical Help
11:40 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Higher Education and the Knowledge Economy - Sponsored by Zimbra
Track 2: From the Pit to the Pinnacle: Transformation of Help Desk Services at Rutgers University
Track 2: "My Advisees": Helping University of Minnesota Faculty and Professional Advisers Access and Manage Student Information
Track 3: Creating Connectivity with a Portal
Track 4: Transformation of Organizational Cultures
Track 5: Supporting the Mobile User
Track 6: The Duke iPod First-Year Experience
Track 6: Sharing Learning Designs: Building the LAMS Community Web Site
Track 6: Beyond Chalk: Determining Faculty Needs for Instructional Technologies and Support
Track 4: The 2005 Campus Computing Survey
2:15 p.m. - 3:05 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Technology as a Learning Workbench - Sponsored by Zimbra
Track 1: Delivering Shared, Authenticated, Ubiquitously Accessible Storage via WebDAV
Track 1: How Learning Technologies Are Affecting the Design of Learning Spaces
Track 2: .LRN: An Enterprise Open-Source Learning Management System
Track 2: Portal Growing Pains: Aligning to Your Institutional Goals
Track 3: Transformations: Mount Holyoke's Class Project Becomes a Digital Archive
Track 4: Chicken or Egg: IT Services or IT Costs
Track 4: Developing Legal and Policy Frameworks to Sustain Digital Scholarship
Track 5: The Power of the Core Service Catalog
Track 5: Centralize Research Computing to Drive Innovation, Really
Track 6: The Fusion of Learning Theory and Technology in a Music History Course Redesign
Track 6: Stayin' Alive: Surviving the Dreams and Realities of Assessing Full-Time, Web-Based Student Learning
Track 4: ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2005
3:50 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Policies Shaping Broadband Provision: Higher Ed Implications and Responses - Sponsored by Zimbra
Track 5: Creating Executive Awareness About Information Security
Track 1: Advanced Internet Bandwidth and Security Strategies
Track 2: Stretch Your Staff with a Departmental Liaison Program
Track 2: Online Exams: Embrace the Opportunity, Avoid the Pitfalls
Track 4: Getting Certified: The Ins and Outs of CMALT, a U.K. Accreditation Scheme for Learning Technologists
Track 4: IT Strategic Planning: From Technical Dreams to Institutional Reality
Track 5: NSF Middleware Initiative: Identity and Privilege Management Model
Track 6: Epiphany vs. Evidence: Why (and How) We Must Assess the Impact of IT on Learning Outcomes
Track 6: The SEA Framework: An Open-Source Framework for Building Custom Content Authoring Tools
Track 6: When Space Becomes More Than A Place
4:55 p.m. - 6:10 p.m.
Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Delegated Guest Access to Secure Networks
Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Developing Effective Production Turnover Procedures
Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Extreme Makeover: Hallways and Wireless Laptop Study Areas
Poster Session - Library: Information Literacy on a Shoestring
Poster Session - Library: More Than a Collection: Real Libraries for Students at Online Universities
Poster Session - Library: When is Multimedia Not the Answer? When Faculty Expertise and Instructional Design Fundamentals Unite!
Poster Session - Networking and Infrastructure: Client Service Insanity: A Campus-Wide Novell-to-Active Directory Migration
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: "Rebooting" Graduate Students' Conceptions of Teaching with Technology
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Evaluating a Virtual Academic Department
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Facilitating Deep Learning in the Adult Online Learner
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Initial Assessment of a Classroom Personal Response System at Old Dominion University
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Keeping Faculty Development Relevant: Leading and Responding to Institutional Change
Poster Session - Networking and Infrastructure: Understanding New Security Threats: Bots and Spyware
Thursday, October 20, 2005
8:10 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Featured Speaker: An Eye to the Future with a Brief Look Back at the Past
Track 1: Best Practices for Using Technology to Deliver Instructional Support Services
Track 2: Closer to the Dream: Letting Pedagogy Transform Learning Management Systems
Track 3: Strategies for Building Successful Digital Initiatives at Small to Medium-Sized Institutions
Track 5: VoIP: Are We Ready for Prime Time?
Track 5: Security Assessments for Information Technology
9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
General Session: Dynamic Stability - Sponsored by Campus Management Corporation, An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner
11:45 a.m. - 12:35 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Rewind to Fast Forward
Track 2: The Matrix Transformed: Achieving Better Focus and Insight in Learning Management System Selection
Track 3: Building a Collaborative Digital Preservation Network
Track 4: Notification of Data Security Incidents: Tips and Resources
Track 5: Virtual Possibilities Network: A Public-Private Mixing Bowl
Track 6: The Next Wave: Findings from a Biennial Institutional Assessment of Educational Technology
Track 6: By Design: Grassroots Development for Strategic Gains
Track 6: How E-Learning Policies Can Reduce Faculty Workloads and Keep E-Learning Courses Running Smoothly
Track 4: CALEA: What Could It Mean for Your Network?
2:20 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
Corporate Presentation: SAP Public Services, An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - ERP Applications Selection in a Changing Marketplace
Featured Speaker: Reminiscences of an Accidental Programmer
Track 2: Setting the Groundwork for a Content Management System: Keeping the User's Needs in Focus
Track 4: Developing Professional Leaders
Track 5: LDAP and Active Directory: Working Together to Manage Identity
Track 2: Student Employment Management System (SEMS)
2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Constituent Group: Enterprise Electronic Content Management
3:55 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Featured Speaker: The Data Deluge Hits Campus
Track 1: Drywall, Wireless, and Course Management: Rethinking the Campus Learning Environment
Track 2: Distributed Learning Utilizing On-Demand Internet-Transmitted Lectures: A Case Study
Track 3: Online Video Collections: Transition from Media Checkout to Media Streaming
Track 3: A Tale of Two Collaborators: Successful Collaboration Between IT and Library Services
Track 4: Learning Mania: A How-To Guide to Revitalize and Transform Online Staff Training and Development
Track 4: We Value Leadership Throughout Our Organization
Track 4: Funding the New Campus Connectivity
Track 5: Creating a Change Management System from Scratch
Track 6: Electronic Assessment Portfolios: Involving Students in the Assessment Process
Track 5: Institutions as Allies in the Security Challenge
4:55 p.m. - 6:10 p.m.
Poster Session - Enterprise Computing: A Wireless Identity Management Kiosk
Poster Session - Enterprise Computing: Academic Applications of PKI
Poster Session - Enterprise Computing: Dotting the I's and Crossing the T's: A Strategic and Collaborative Approach to Learning Management System Support
Poster Session - Enterprise Computing: Transforming Library Academic Reserves: Using the Blackboard Content System for Streamlined Access
Poster Session - Leadership: Applying the IT Service CMM model in a University Service Delivery Environment
Poster Session - Leadership: Taming the P2P Controversy: Strategies, Insights, and Realities
Poster Session - Leadership: The Challenges and Opportunities of Integrating IT with Institutional Missions at Catholic Colleges and Universities
Poster Session - Leadership: The Edge and How to Get It
Poster Session - Leadership: The Four Pillars: A Framework for Improving IT Management
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone?: Do Libraries and Information Technology Centers Still Need Each Other?
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Measuring Institutional Success: An E-Portfolio for Accreditation and Assessment Outcomes
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: MOLE: The McGill OnLine Course Evaluation Project
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: On-Demand Biology for the Masses: Teaching a High-Enrollment Course More Effectively with BIONet
Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: What's Going on Out There? An Electronic Assessment in the Field
Friday, October 21, 2005
8:10 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Corporate Presentation: BearingPoint, Inc. - Successfully Navigating Business Intelligence Pitfalls
Track 5: Talking with the Boss About Security
Track 1: Assessing an Integrated Course, Content, Library, and E-Portfolio System
Track 2: An Enterprise-Grade Model for Classroom Technology Support
Track 2: Building Collaborative Administrative Systems Governance
Track 3: Building an Online Learning Community for "Blended" Librarians
Track 4: Libraries and IT Together: What's in It for Us?
Track 4: Getting the Right People on the Right Projects at the Right Time
Track 5: Leveraging Data Warehousing Assets in Enterprise Directory Design
Track 6: Digital/E-Portfolios and Learning: From Mosaic to Kaleidoscope, From Static to Dynamic
Track 6: Blended Learning in a Faculty Community of Inquiry
9:30 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.
Track 1: Sakai and the Higher Education Community: The Road Ahead
Track 3: Collaborative Library Instruction Repository
Track 4: A Successful Tool to Create Positive Change: Result of an IT Risk Assessment and Benchmark at Scandinavian Universities
Track 4: Concierges and Contractors, Shamans and Sergeants: Staff Development Beyond Leaders
Track 5: Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning in a University Environment
Track 6: Using IT to Move Continuing Education to Continuous Professional Development in the Health Professions
Track 6: Challenge, Potential, and Success: A University-Wide Approach to Classroom Response Systems
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
General Session: Right and Wrong in Cyberspace
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