A Solutions in Action Webcast - View the session archive
Daily, we are confronted with stories of budget cuts, increasing joblessness rates, and sinking markets. If, indeed, necessity is the mother of invention, there is no better time than now to investigate new approaches for doing more with less on our campuses and cultivating more efficient ways to advance teaching and learning with technology. From Web 2.0 technologies to cloud computing and open-source software, learn how campuses are delivering new services while balancing tight budgets in this special hour-long Solutions in Action webcast as part of the EDUCAUSE Top Teaching and Learning Challenges, 2009.
Jessica Knott, 'The Breakfast Series", Michigan State University (email@example.com)
Gail Matthews-DeNatale, "Free, Green, and In Touch", Simmons College (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Suzanne Medders, "Developing a Second Life Support Model", Clemson University (SMEDDER@clemson.edu)
Bryan Lewis, "Managing Technology Costs in Higher Education Facility Construction", McIntire School, University of Virginia (email@example.com)
Susan Darlington, "Leveraging Internet2 to Partner College Students and K-12 Teachers", Montgomery County Community College (SDarling@mc3.edu)
Jennifer Strickland," An In-House Professional Development Program for Blended Learning", Maricopa Community Colleges (firstname.lastname@example.org)