This year, the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting offered nearly 150 breakout sessions, featured keynotes, posters, and even an “extended reality” (virtual and augmented reality) experience lab.
Eric Kunnen, Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies, from Grand Valley State University and Heidi Pettyjohn, Executive Director for Accessibility, from the University of Cincinnati presented a poster entitled: “Strategies to Establish Pathways for Inclusive Education”, focusing on the topics of inclusive education, accessibility, and universal design for learning (UDL).
Notes from the following sessions are available on the #EdTech with Eric blog under the #ELI2019 tag:
- #ELI2019 – EDUCAUSE Horizon Report
- #ELI2019 – Improving Student Success Analytics with Multiple Data Sources
- #ELI2019 – Presentation Pair: Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning
- #ELI2019 – Use Them or Lose Them: Digital Devices for Student Engagement
- #ELI2019 – App Smackdown! A Battle Royal of Education Technology
- #ELI2019 – Poster Sessions
- #ELI2019 – Demonstrations: Extended Reality in Higher Education
- #ELI2019 – Presentation Pair: Learning Horizons
- #ELI2019 – How Higher Ed Can Cultivate Students to Lead the Future We Want to Live In
- #ELI2019 – On Innovation, Extended Reality, and Digital Transformation
- #ELI2019 – Strategies to Establish Pathways for Inclusive Education
The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) is a community of higher education institutions and organizations committed to advancing learning through information technology innovation. The ELI Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for those interested in learning principles and practices, all dimensions of student success, and innovation in post-secondary learning to explore, network, and share.