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New technologies are emerging that support digital learning environments–the electronic components of formal learning such as the learning management system, electronic lecture delivery tools, and online learning platforms. I encourage anyone who uses or works with learning technologies to attend the webinar recently announced by Jordan Landry, details below. When the UW System explores these new opportunities, we will want Oshkosh’s needs and interests to be a part of that discussion. Becoming informed about Next Generation Digital Learning Environments now will help us shape future directions of these potential technologies.
Please be sure to preregister using the link below, as soon as possible, so we can arrange an appropriate room size for the webinar. Feel free to contact me for more information or supplemental resources.

Next Generation Digital Learning – 
What is the Future of Digital Learning Environments?

Wednesday, April 27 and Thursday, April 28
11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Please bring a lunch!)
TBD depending on expected attendance

The next generation digital learning environment

What might it look like? 
What should it enable us to do?

Join us for the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Online Focus Session, “Exploring the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment: Opportunities and Challenges.”

Here we’ll explore some of the discoveries that informed the ideas in ELI’s NGDLE white paper and collaboratively unpack the key components of this next generation environment: interoperability; accessibility and UDL; learning analytics, advising, and assessment; and leadership and organizational considerations.

Please click here to preregister for this webinar.

Join Your Peers as We:

Understand the scope of a next-generation digital learning environment

Explore the ways in which the NGDLE framework is relevant to your institutional opportunities and challenges

Collectively discover the ways we can work as a community to advance the emergence of new learning environments

Investigate the qualities of campus leadership that are needed to promote the adoption of the new framework

 

Anne Milkovich
Chief Information Officer