1. Call for Proposals 2018 UW LTDC Virtual Showcase

    As a member of the University of Wisconsin System, you are invited to submit a session proposal for the 2018 UW-System Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase. This showcase highlights a variety of strategies and approaches to teaching and learning from every campus of the UW-System. It will be held April 3-4, 2018. The sharing of projects,

  2. Streamlined Captioning and Podcasting with Kaltura webinar announced

    Josh Harder from the University of Wisconsin – Madison will present Streamlined Captioning and Podcasting with Kaltura for the February Learning Technology Forum for the University of Wisconsin Learning Technology Development Council. The webinar will be held on February 9, 2017 at 10 AM Central Time. No advanced registration is required. To attend, click the

  3. Call for Proposals 2017 UW LTDC Virtual Showcase

    As a member of the University of Wisconsin System, you are invited to submit a session proposal for the 2017 UW-System Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase. This showcase highlights a variety of strategies and approaches to teaching and learning from every campus of the UW-System. It will be held April 4-5, 2017. The sharing of projects,

  4. Dates for 2017 Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase Announced

    The 2017 Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase will be held on April 4 and 5. There will be sessions in five different tracks: Hot Topics, Student Engagement, Faculty Development, How to and Resources, and Technology. It is free to attend. All sessions including the two keynotes are presented virtually using web conferencing software. Recordings of the sessions

  5. LENA Report Published

    Learning Environment Needs Analysis (LENA) The Learning Environment Needs Analysis (LENA) project is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin System Learn@UW Executive Committee (L@UWEC) and financially supported by all UW institutions through Common Systems Review Group funding. The LENA project is a continuation of a multi‐year UW System effort to: Understand the current and future

  6. Fiscal Year 2016 IT Strategic Plans Available

    The Council of Chief Information Officers has released the Fiscal Year 2016 IT plans for each institution, and the IT Summary for UW System. IT tasks listed in each plan are centered largely around four tenets intended to help focus activities at each UW institution in addressing the various challenges and opportunities faced by the

  7. Call for Proposals 2016 UW LTDC Virtual Showcase

    There are still a few more days to submit a education session proposal for the 2016 University of Wisconsin Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase. The Showcase will be held April 5-6, 2016. Share your innovations! How are you using technology in education? How are you making a difference? What technologies are you finding successful? How

  8. LTDC Virtual Showcase Recordings Available

    Complete archives of the 2015 LTDC Virtual Showcase are now available. The Virtual Showcase Committee would like to sincerely thank everyone who attended, presented and organized the conference. Over 200 people attended at least one of 38 sessions offered. Keynote Speakers Defining Accessibility – Sarah Horton I am Not Content: The Future of Education Must Come

  9. Register for the LTDC Virtual Showcase 2015, April 9-10

    The UW System Learning Technology Development Council will be hosting the 2015 Virtual Showcase beginning Thursday, April 9 and ending Friday, April 10. This free, entirely online event increase the professionalism of the system’s IT leadership and staff by offering an highly available opportunity for professional development. It promotes and shares the usage of academic

  10. Watch the Board of Regents Learning Technology Deep Dive

    Updated March 31, 2015 for content and additional documents. On March 5, 2015, the UW System Board of Regents was presented with a “deep dive” session entitled “Instructional Technology in the UW System: How Faculty and Staff are Using Instructional Technology to Enhance Student Learning.” The session was introduced by David J. Ward, Interim Senior