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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Session TimeSession Details
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Aligning IT Leadership with Institutional Missions: The Reality of Being a CIO
 Applying Principles to Initiate and Advance Learning Space Design
 CyberInfrastructure: What, Why, How, and Who's Already Doing It
 Going Beyond Basic ADA and S508 Compliance with Universal Design for Learning
 Learning Technology in the Future: Connecting Today's Innovations to Institutional Priorities and Challenges
 What's Your ETA? Emerging Technologies Assessment for Academic Technology Professionals
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Architecting the Institutional Directory Service: Advanced Issues, Problems, and Solutions
 Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts: Personal Authoring Technologies Enrich Communication and Expression for You and Your Students
 Stories from the Field: Specifying and Choosing an Identity and Access Management Solution
 Strategic IT Planning in Higher Education Environments
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Constituent Group: Chief Information Officers
1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.Let's Get Visual! Integrating Concept Maps, Rich Media, Social Software, and the LMS into Teaching and Learning
 Making IT Truly Enterprise: Techniques for Managing and Running a Campus Portal or Other Enterprise Application
 Web Usability 101: Watch (and Discuss) a Live Test
4:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.Constituent Group: Software Licensing Issues

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Session TimeSession Details
8:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.General Session: Doris Kearns Goodwin on Leadership - Sponsored by Campus Management Corporation, An EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner
10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.Featured Speaker: The Adventures of Katz and Dodds: Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World - Sponsored by Adobe Systems, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner
 Track 1: Indigenous Cultures: From Observing to Experiencing, from Videography to 3D VR Immersion
 Track 1: Xavier University's Web 2.0 Strategy: The Virtual Learning Commons
 Track 2: Outsourcing Student E-Mail and Other Collaboration Services
 Track 4: In Plain English, Please: Effective IT Communications
 Track 4: Visualizing the Institutional Value of Information Services
 Track 5: Disk-to-Disk Backup: So Much Data, So Little Time
 Track 6: Stop, Drop, and Roll: Prevent and Douse Cyber Incidents
 Track 7: Using Video Streaming and Podcasting to Design Rich-Media Online Courses
 Track 7: Practicing What You Preach: A Learner-Centered LMS Training and Support Program for Faculty
 Track 5: The Federal Government and Identity Management: An Update
 Track 7: Authentic Tasks and Assessments: The Keys to Effective E-Learning in Higher Education
 Track 2: Using Business Intelligence to Gain a Strategic Advantage in College Admissions
11:40 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Featured Speaker: Data Mining as an Emerging Means of Assessing Student Learning - Sponsored by Adobe Systems, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner
 Track 1: The Pedagogy of Participation: The Conjunction of Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces
 Track 1: Defining the Digital Commons: Abstraction of Enterprise Services and Policies Through the Use of a Unified Web-Based User Interface
 Track 2: Kuali Rice: Simplifying Software Development
 Track 2: Tackling Campus-Wide E-Commerce
 Track 3: Publishing Undergraduate Research Electronically
 Track 4: Improving IT Governance Through Formal Change Management
 Track 5: Identity Management: The Legacy and Real Solutions
 Track 5: Network Security Effective Practices: NAC and VoIP in Higher Ed
 Track 7: Moving the Graveyard: Merging Services for Faculty Development
 Track 7: Creating Engaging Multimedia Course Content Using a Database-Driven Template
 Track 1: The e-Framework for Education and Research
 Track 4: Undergraduates Speak about IT: Results of the 2007 ECAR Survey
 Track 5: Researching P2P Activity: What Students Say Versus What They Really Do
12:40 p.m. - 2:10 p.m.Constituent Group: Distributed Technology Support
 Constituent Group: Library/IT Partnerships
 Constituent Group: Professional Development
 Constituent Group: State Systems
2:15 p.m. - 3:05 p.m.Featured Speaker: Transforming Earth Sciences via Next-Generation Internet Linkages Between the Oceans and Classrooms, Laboratories, and Living Rooms - Sponsored by Adobe Systems, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner
 Track 1: Scaling Up Small Group Learning Spaces: Designing a Technology-Enabled, Team-Based Learning Classroom
 Track 2: Social Networking Technologies: A "Poke" for Campus Services
 Track 2: It Can't Happen Here: Developing a Unique Three-Tiered Administrative IT Disaster Recovery Plan
 Track 3: What Can You Do? The Rest of the Copyright Story
 Track 4: IT Project Management Methodology: How Much Is Too Much? It Depends!
 Track 4: Service Quality Assessments with Higher Education TechQual+
 Track 6: GSU's Roadmap for a World-Class Information Security Management System: ISO 27001:2005
 Track 6: Whole Disk Encryption Evaluation and Deployment
 Track 7: Digital Storytelling to Enhance Faculty Development in Universal Design for Learning
 Track 7: Digital Field Assignments: Course Projects for the Net Generation
 Track 4: The 2007 Campus Computing Survey
 Track 7: Cultivating an Agile Workplace: When Eight-to-Five meets the Net Gen Worker
3:50 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.Hot Topics Discussion: New and Emerging Technologies
 Corporate Presentation: SAP Public Services. An EDUCAUSE Gold Partner - Governance, Risk, and Compliance Trends and Techniques in Higher Education
 Featured Speaker: Learning to Drive (and Other Lessons Learned Along the Way) - Sponsored by Adobe Systems, Inc., An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner
 Track 1: Social Software in Higher Education: Isolated Accidents or the Start of Something Big?
 Track 1: Using Emerging Student-Centered Technologies to Enhance the Curriculum
 Track 3: A Discussion on Disconnects Between Library Culture and Millennial Generation User Values
 Track 4: Measuring What Matters
 Track 4: Relationship Management: Stronger Partnerships to Inform IT Planning
 Track 5: Increasing Performance While Decreasing Cost: Converging Communications with VoIP
 Track 6: Information Security: Zero to 60 in 10 Years
 Track 7: Adding Fun and Games to Training Programs
 Track 3: Professional Development for the New Digital Library Team
 Track 1: Top-Ten Challenges of the Academic Technology Community
4:55 p.m. - 6:10 p.m.Constituent Group: Handheld and Mobile Computing
 Constituent Group: Research Mission Support
 Poster Session - Leadership: Building the Right Project Portfolio for Your Institution
 Poster Session - Leadership: Online Assessment Tools: Do They Work for Students with Disabilities?
 Poster Session - Leadership: No Train, No Gain: Retooling Customer Service Staff into IT Support Professionals
 Poster Session - Leadership: Big Team Planning: Bringing Together Leaders to Produce Results
 Poster Session - Leadership: An Appreciative Approach to Work Redesign
 Poster Session - Leadership: Right-Sizing IT Planning: The Same Process for Enterprise and Department
 Poster Session - Leadership: Software Asset Management
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: HumaniTech: Bridging Divides, Building Collaborations
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: From the Horse's Mouth: Student Views on the Ideal Learning Environment
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: E-Portfolio for Assessment, Student Learning, and Career Development: Open Source Portfolio Applications
 Poster Session - Networking: The Heat Is On: Facility Challenges Facing IT Organizations
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Online or Face-to-Face High-Enrollment Introductory Courses: What's the Right Blend?
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Cognitive-Based Assessment
 Poster Session - Security: Advancing Digital Self-Defense: Establishing a Culture of Security Awareness at RIT
 Poster Session - Security: Information Security Planning Considerations for Telecommuting
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: DiViDU: Learning from Professional Practice Through Online Video
 Poster Session - Security: Some Frontiers of Security Work
 Poster Session - Teaching and Learning: Faculty Use of Blackboard Features
 Poster Session - Leadership: Partnerships: Clients, IT, and Vendors Working Together
 Poster Session - Leadership: Beyond What's In It for Me: Sharing Sakai

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Session TimeSession Details
8:10 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.Hot Topics Discussion: Identity Management
 Hot Topics Discussion: Secure Data Exchange
 Corporate Presentation: Avaya Inc., An EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner - Intelligent Communications Enable the "Student for Life"
 Featured Speaker: Disaster Planning: Maintaining Academic Programs During a Pandemic
 Track 1: From Information Literacy to Scholarly Identity: Effective Pedagogical Strategies for Social Bookmarking
 Track 1: Top-Down or Bottom-Up? Designing and Redesigning a Digital Campus Somewhere in Between
 Track 2: Identity Management: User Awareness Is the Key to a Successful IAM Rollout
 Track 3: A Collaborative Codesign Approach for Student-Centric Learning Commons
 Track 4: A Leadership Development Process for IT Professionals
 Track 4: Charting the IT Path: Unifying IT Strategic Planning with Central and Decentralized IT Goals
 Track 5: Collaborators at the Gates of Troy: Extending E-Services at USC
 Track 7: Improving Distributed Education Through Research: Three Studies of E-Pedagogy
 Track 4: The IT Help Desk in Higher Education: Results of the 2007 ECAR Survey
 Track 5: Managing Cyberinfrastructure Strategically
9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.General Session: The Role of Information Technology in an Age of Access, Affordability, and Accountability - Sponsored by RealNetworks
11:45 a.m. - 12:35 p.m.Featured Speaker: Things Ive Screwed Up—and How!
 Track 4: IT Leadership and the Role of the CIO: The Annual Gartner/EDUCAUSE Update
 Track 1: Teaching and Learning Experiences in a User-Created Virtual World
 Track 1: Project Technology: A World of Reality
 Track 4: Engaging Executives in Technology Portfolios
 Track 4: Students as "Angel Investors": Technology-Fee Projects Drive Campus IT Innovation
 Track 6: Border Patrol: Access Denied!
 Track 7: Into the Frying Pan: Lessons Learned Deploying and Supporting Sakai in a Liberal Arts Environment
 Track 7: Cultural Shift from Teaching to Learning Through E-Portfolios
 Track 7: Solutions to "Digital Discontent"
 Track 6: PCI Compliance in the University Setting
12:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.Constituent Group: Change Leadership
 Constituent Group: Data Administration
 Constituent Group: Registrars and Admissions Officers
 Constituent Group: Web Professionals
 Constituent Group: Network Management
 Constituent Group: Project Management
2:20 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.Featured Speaker: The uPortal Project
 Track 5: Improving Web Usability with a Content Management System
 Track 6: Chaos to Clarity: Consolidate Your Security Information into a Knowledge Base
 Track 7: The Grand Challenge: Using Analytics to Predict Student Success
 Track 1: Riding the 2.0 Wave (Successfully): A Strategy for Deploying Web 2.0 Technologies
 Track 1: ITIL: An Effective Methodology for Managing IT Services
 Track 2: Implementing, Supporting, and Maintaining Sakai
 Track 2: Strategic Planning in the Changing World of ERP
 Track 2: E-Mail Archiving: All Things to All People
 Track 3: Immersive Marketing for Libraries: Alternate Reality Games and Library Orientations
 Track 4: IT Strategic Planning: Many Paths, One Destination
 Track 4: Frye Institute Overview
3:55 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.Featured Speaker: Tomorrow's Students: Are We Ready for the New 21st-Century Learners?
 Track 1: Interactive Services on Mobile Devices for Higher Education
 Track 2: Investigating Service Oriented Architecture
 Track 3: An Initiative to Share Digital Repository Services for Liberal Arts Colleges
 Track 4: IT Strategic Planning for the Smaller Institution: A Lightweight Approach
 Track 6: Academic Freedom Versus Network Security
 Track 7: Intersecting Learner Characteristics and Technology Capabilities: Survey Development and Validation
 Track 1: Imagining Tomorrow's Future Today: The EDUCAUSE Evolving Technology Committee
 Track 2: Extending Authenticated Online Services with "Friend Accounts" at Washington State University
4:55 p.m. - 6:10 p.m.Constituent Group: IT Architects
 Constituent Group: IT Strategic Planning
 Constituent Group: IT Accessibility
 Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Creating an Online Course Development Process
 Poster Session - Information Futures: Developing a Campus Copyright Education Program
 Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Clicker Pickers: Four Universities' Perspectives on Standardizing on a Classroom Response System
 Poster Session - Enterprise: Architecture for 24 x 7 Application Delivery: Clustering, Failing Over, Logging, and Beyond
 Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Getting the Most from Server Virtualization
 Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Welcome to the Social: Effective Use of Podcasting for Freshman Classes
 Poster Session - Enterprise: A Central Solution for Enabling Online Payments Across the University
 Poster Session - Enterprise: Integrating Incident and Problem Management with ITIL Methodologies
 Poster Session - Enterprise: GROK: A Virtual World of Help
 Poster Session - Enterprise: Improving Service Management for Effective IT Governance
 Poster Session - Emerging Technologies: Designing an Enterprise-Level Automated Classroom Recording and Podcasting System
 Poster Session - Enterprise: Tech Around the Clock: Expect the Unexpected with 24 x 7 Operations

Friday, October 26, 2007

Session TimeSession Details
8:10 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.Track 7: Using Wikipedia to Reenvision the Term Paper
 Track 1: Understanding and Engaging the Net Generation
 Track 1: Wiki and Project Management
 Track 2: Extreme Makeover: Rebuilding the Admissions Process via Document Imaging
 Track 3: Course Views: A Scalable Project to Connect Students to Library Resources
 Track 4: Dialogue: Does the Cornell Policy Process Play in Peoria?
 Track 7: Where Do Students Use Computers?
 Track 7: Managing Online Discussions Through a "Participation Portfolio"
9:30 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.Track 3: Engineering a Public Affairs Project
 Track 4: EDUCAUSE Core Data Service 2006 Results
 Track 1: Technological Impact: Interactive Digital Centers as Digital Content Providers
 Track 2: Strategic Planning as Driver for IT Services Governance
 Track 4: Project Prioritization Score Sheet: Aligning IT Activities with Client Priorities
 Track 4: Architecting Change from the Inside Out
 Track 5: Campus and Cyberinfrastructure Integration: Leveraging Campus Authentication to Access the TeraGrid
 Track 5: The Access Management Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together
 Track 6: Lassoing the Beast: How a Large, Diverse University Is Wrapping Its Arms Around Confidential Data
 Track 7: Models for Collaborative Online Learning: Pedagogy, Design, and Epistemology
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.General Session: Bruce Schneier on Information Security: Ten Trends - Sponsored by AT&T, An EDUCAUSE Silver Partner