IMHO: What Students Say About Technology

Session Description
Drawing from the EDUCAUSE Student and IT Study surveying over 71,000 students across the country, you’ll learn what students have to say about their preferred learning environment, their opinion about how the faculty use technology, how technology can support their learning experience, technology ownership patterns, and much more. The entire session is gamified and will engage participants in thinking about the research, using the research, and conducting their own campus survey on students and IT.
Veronica Diaz
Veronica Diaz, EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC, USA
Veronica is the Director of professional learning at EDUCAUSE and ensures that learning and development programs support and advance association priorities and serve member needs. She is responsible for contributing to the strategic management of the professional learning product portfolio serving over 2000 higher education institutions in the US and abroad, along with corporate, not-for-profit associations and K12 organizations, building and coordinating with partners to create new learning programs, and providing operational oversight for existing programs. Veronica also directs the association’s online programs, which currently serve over 10,000 members annually. She supports face-to-face events and conference-based learning experiences and manages the EDUCAUSE microcredentialing program and virtual and place-based mentoring programs, serving several hundred members annually. From 2009 to 2018, Veronica served as the associate director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative since 2009 conceptualizing and developing resources that supported its 300+ member institutions in integrating teaching, learning, and technology on campus.
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