The Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable's kick-off event, Technology’s Role in Adapting to Change while Meeting Strategic Goals of the University, featured Ian Wilhelm from the Chronicle of Higher Education. Ian explored technology’s role during the pandemic and how technology can be leveraged in a post-pandemic world.
“Ian’s talk presentation certainly made it feel like we aren’t alone in both he success and the challenges that we have faced since the start of pandemic", said Paul Fisher, Associate CIO. "The issues that our colleagues face across the country are mostly the same, I think we are poised to prioritize a few of them related to technology and tackle them in this year’s TLT Roundtable.”
The kick-off event can be rewatched via YouTube. Moving forward, the TLT Roundtable Steering Committee will assemble two standing working groups; the Mobile Computing Committee and Ideas and Trends in Educational Techology. The Mobile Computing Committee will dentify the needs of the mobile computing program and its implementation over the next four years. Explore external partnerships with vendors and foundations for exploring next generation mobile computing opportunities. The working group will focus on emerging student and faculty needs and the emerging technologies that pose opportunities for meeting them.
The Ideas and Trends in Ed Tech. Commitee will track innovative uses of educational technology within Seton Hall and map it to the external higher education tech trends. Identify existing strengths and emerging opportunities and explore internal and external partnerships and funding sources. Identify existing weaknesses and emerging threats and highlight future investments and/or policies that may be required at Seton Hall.
About Ian Wilhelm
Ian is a journalist with more than 20 years of experience, covering higher education, nonprofits, and philanthropy.
Currently, he is the assistant managing editor for Chronicle Intelligence, a division of The Chronicle of Higher Education. CI produces content to inform colleges and universities about national issues and develop ways to solve pressing problems on campuses.
Previously at The Chronicle, he was a senior editor, helping manage a team of reporters focused on enterprise and feature stories for our weekly newspaper and daily website. Ian also served as the international editor and as a senior writer for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, the newspaper for the nonprofit world.
As a freelance writer, Ian’s articles have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, the Religion News Service, USA Today, The Washington Post, Newsday, and other publications. He has experience working abroad, having lived in Germany and reported stories from Africa, China, Sri Lanka, and elsewhere.
About the Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable
Established in 1995, the Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable is composed of representatives from academic and administrative areas of the University. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Department of Information Technology, the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is a consortium of faculty, administrators and students who, on behalf of the University, meet and discuss issues and topics related to instructional technology. The Roundtable is comprised of action teams (subcommittees) which meet regularly to discuss institutional issues related to teaching, learning, and technology. The TLT Roundtable makes recommendations in support of the University’s Strategic Plan as outlined by stakeholders such as the Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Department of Information Technology, and other key organizations or groups.
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