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Digital Content: A Strategic Approach

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Digital Content: A Strategic Approach 

 

Presenter: Douglas Gilbert

Co-Presenter: Chadd Spencer

Organization: University of the Rockies

Role: Dean, School of Organizational Leadership

Track: Discussion

Topic: Digital Texts

Level: For Mere Mortals

 

Abstract: This session highlights the challenges and opportunities institutions continue to face in their quest for a deeper integration of e-content. Topics of discussion: developing a strategy to integrate digital content across a program, optimized resource positioning vis-à-vis learning objectives, utilizing the resources of the publishers and distributors to make content delivery easier, faster and cheaper for the institution and the student, and blending e-content with innovative instructional approaches to create an enhanced student experience.

 

Bio: Douglas Gilbert holds a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, a Juris Doctorate from the University of Iowa, and an M.B.A. from the Unversité de Genève (IMD) in Switzerland. Prior to joining academia full time in 2003, Douglas Gilbert has been extensively involved in the implementation of technology strategies ranging from enterprise resource planning systems to groupware to web applications. His career in academia has involved the implementation of several generations of learning management systems as well as extensive teaching in an online environment.

 

Description: Over the past several years higher education has trended toward a more extensive use of e-content, especially in the delivery of learning materials. This session highlights the challenges and opportunities institutions continue to face in their quest for a deeper integration of e-content throughout their curriculum. Topics of discussion will include developing a strategy to thoughtfully integrate digital content across a program, optimized resource positioning vis-à-vis learning objectives at both the masters and doctoral levels, utilizing the resources of the publishers and distributors to make content delivery easier, faster and cheaper for the institution and the student, and blending e-content with innovative instructional approaches to create an enhanced student experience. We will address all of these points from the perspective of the University of the Rockies, and will engage in a discussion with the attendees about what has worked for us, what has not worked for us, and how we continue to move forward toward a deeper integration of e-content throughout our curriculum.

 

Presenter Presentation Materials: 

COLTT14--DigitalStrategy--FINAL.pdf

 

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