What I Saw at EDUCAUSE

Keynote - Susan Cain

Making room for introverts - designing inclusive learning experiences that allow for quiet reflective work as well as intensive collaborations

Introversion is biologically hardwired. Neuroscientists have shown that infants with high reactivity (who are more stimulated by triggers in their environment) tend to be more introverted as adults.

"Collaboration kills creativity" - discuss!

Rethinking Makerspaces

How do you scale out makerspaces as the demand for their services increases?

Who guides this kind of learning?

Services that are small-scale, and accessible

Learning Spaces

Key takeaway: We are very lucky!

Questions

  • What do we recommend for spaces undergoing renovations?
  • How do we make faculty and students comfortable once they leave our learning spaces

Learning Analytics

A lot of interest here in very specific areas:

  • large-scale institutional improvement
  • adaptive learning
  • pipelining students into the right programs

Work in this space is beginning to leverage tools and techniques common in the enterprise world.

We need to be very careful.

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