When: 2-2:30 p.m. CST, Jan. 25

What technologies will foster the most innovation and success in the classroom this year? Hint: It’s more than just computer hardware and software, LMSs and digital projectors.

SF-WebinarFBGraphic_v1_072617Campus IT leaders must be ready for the impending impact of artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented realities and IoT on the classroom this year and how it will forever change the way instructors teach and students learn — All that while balancing budget challenges and the increased demand for additional technology resources.

Find out how they plan to:

  • Support online instruction and the growing use of academic video
  • Address accessibility and cloud security concerns
  • Deal with faculty’s fear of trying when it comes to digital learning

In this webinar, Campus Computing Project Founder Casey Green and Sonic Foundry VP of Marketing and Communications Tammy Jackson explore the challenges that confront campus CIOs and IT officers and what their priorities should be in 2018 to foster the most innovation and success in the classroom.


Casey GreenPresented by:
Casey Green is the Digital Tweed blogger at Inside Higher Ed and founding director of The Campus Computing Project, the largest continuing study of the role of computing, e-learning and information technology in U.S. higher education.
Tammy JacksonModerated by:
Tammy Jackson is the Vice President of Marketing & Communications at Sonic Foundry. Tammy oversees the efforts of the company’s marketing team, developing the marketing, communication and community strategies to drive lead generation, build brand awareness and foster customer loyalty. Prior to Sonic Foundry, Tammy worked as a broadcast and print journalist for more than a decade, where she honed her passion for sharing the stories of others. She’s parlayed that passion into sharing customer successes as they creatively integrate academic and enterprise multi-media into their daily lives.