Birds of a Feather Sessions
Choose a topic to discuss in a relaxed, informal setting. Visit the Attendee Portal to register.Join the sessions through the Attendee Portal
8:10–8:50 AM, Friday, January 22
IUanyWare and online leaning, a discussion of the future classroom using the IUanyWare service.
Denodo development—Discuss the process with Denodo developers and business analysts.
Join IU's digital badging team for a discussion about how projects and divisions at IU are using digital badges. Learn about IU’s badging platform, Badgr, which fully integrates with Canvas. Brainstorm ways you might use badges to recognize and articulate achievement and meaningful learning. Even if you’re not sure what a digital badge is, you’re welcome to join.
Authoring accessible eTexts—What features make an eText accessible to all users? How does an accessible eText also provide options for increased engagement? How can mathematics be made accessible?
eSports! Let's discuss the new technologies, how to get started, and student engagement.
5G is here, poised to jumpstart the next wave of mobile innovation. Customers of all sizes are wondering how 5G is currently being used, which use-case technologies will benefit them, and how they should build them into their growth strategies. 5G breakthroughs help enable “smarter” everything across all industries—from smart cities and campuses to healthcare, manufacturing, retail, finance, public sector, transportation, and entertainment. These developments will help create new economic opportunities, greater mobility, better security, and smarter connectivity for individuals, businesses, and society as a whole. Let's discuss 5G fundamentals and how the scope of benefits that 5G brings to universities is leading to new use cases and areas of research.
Learn about the ITLC Mentorship Program: what it is, how to join, how to volunteer, and more.
Join a use-case discussion about Higher Ed Tableau, including how to build a Center of Excellence and Tableau community, data server functionality, and more.
Join an open discussion about women in the workforce, especially in historically male-dominant fields such as IT and cybersecurity.
Learn about using Elastic for information security in higher education. Topics to be covered include: issues monitoring university networks; monitoring vs. protection; identifying users in a transient world; and logs—which ones give you the most bang for your buck