• Is Your Institution Ready for Transformative iPASS Reform?

    Author: Mei-Yen Ireland Colleges and universities across the country are increasingly looking to technology to support significant reform to their academic, career, and financial advising services so they can provide a more integrated experience for their students as well as faculty and staff....

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  • What We Learned from the JW Marriott Hotel about Student Success Efforts

    Authors: Ana Borray and John Grant   Ana: Last month, I attended the SXSWedu conference. A fantastic and motivating event that was buzzing with educators, technology start-up talent, students, and just about everyone passionate about education. Several great sessions focused on the iPASS...

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  • Reflections on Communicating a Vision for iPASS Reforms

    Author: Karen A. Stout   iPASS as the Great Integrator In 2006, while I was president of Montgomery County Community College, MCCC joined the Achieving the Dream network. For several years, the college implemented excellent student success work in a lot of spaces. However, the work we...

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  • Postsecondary Trending Now: Time + Talent + Money = Commitment to Innovation

    We’re at the end of a three-year experiment here at EDUCAUSE. The last cohort of the Breakthrough Models Incubator (BMI) has or will be submitting their final plans for new competency-based and outcomes-based degree and certificate programs. And the last cohort of Breakthrough Models Academy...

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  • Coaching: A New Frame for Teaching and Learning

    Isn’t it one of the most energizing experiences when different pieces of knowledge, separate conversations, and your own wonderings start to collide and connect, and bring you to an amazing new way of thinking? This is one of those moments for me. It’s a mashup of the practice of...

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  • 3 Major Shifts in Teaching & Learning

    3 Major Shifts in Teaching & Learning Reflections on the 2016 ELI Annual Meeting By Malcolm Brown Conferences don’t always have a profound impact on people. For many, the inspiration dries up after the final session’s applause, as the Twitter hashtag dies down, or when the name...

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  • 3 Lessons for Kickstarting Transformational Change

    Author: Laurie Fladd I have to be honest here; managing Trident Technical College’s iPASS grant project is my first time really managing a grant. My current job duties include teaching and advocating for students and faculty in science and math at Trident Technical College. This has been...

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  • Infographic: ELI’s 2016 Key Issues in Teaching & Learning

    When you have a virtual ‘brain trust’ at the ready, you don’t squander an opportunity to uncover what challenges or new areas are reshaping your discipline. You ask them. And then you prioritize a rich and robust year of programming, including webinars, courses, sessions and...

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  • The Long and Winding Road: Leading Academic Transformation

    Senior leaders in teaching and learning continually face challenging issues from a variety of areas, from IT and instructional design to teaching methodologies and ever-evolving fields of expertise. Institutions of higher education are complex entities with many, many moving parts—and they...

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  • Post-Secondary Trending Now: An Impenetrable EdTech ‘Bubble’?

    C’mon, what’s a few million dollars between friends? Sorry to burst your bubble: it appears that the ballooning edtech industry continues to grow even several years after critics predicted its downfall. The claims, reminiscent of the tech boom of the late 90s and early 2000s, weren...

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