CNDLS Staff Members Participate in ELI Meeting

Several CNDLS staff members attended this week's Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) annual meeting, which focused on "Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories." Session topics ranged from learning analytics to open textbooks to evaluation, copyright, and many more; you can view the full program here. Randy Bass gave a talk on Monday afternoon on "The Problem of Learning in the Post-Course Era," where he raised questions about how to leverage the effectiveness of co-curricular learning experiences when designing the formal curriculum. The slides from his talk are available here. Bill Garr presented a poster session on Ellipsis, a collaborative text analysis tool he is currently developing, and spoke with faculty and instructional technologists from a number of institutions who were interested in learning more about the application. At CNDLS, we look forward to sharing some of the ideas from this conference with faculty and staff colleagues soon.

Several CNDLS staff members attended this week's Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) annual meeting, which focused on "Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories."

Several CNDLS staff members attended this week’s Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) annual meeting, which focused on “Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories.” Session topics ranged from learning analytics to open textbooks to evaluation, copyright, and many more; you can view the full program here.

Randy Bass gave a talk on Monday afternoon on “The Problem of Learning in the Post-Course Era,” where he raised questions about how to leverage the effectiveness of co-curricular learning experiences when designing the formal curriculum. The slides from his talk are available here.

Bill Garr presented a poster session on Ellipsis, a collaborative text analysis tool he is currently developing, and spoke with faculty and instructional technologists from a number of institutions who were interested in learning more about the application.

At CNDLS, we look forward to sharing some of the ideas from this conference with faculty and staff colleagues soon.