Rethink. Refresh. Reboot.
Technology adoption, for both academia and administration, requires contemplative consideration and resolve to change. In order to affect a fluid and streamlined infrastructure and be able to garner appropriate outcomes, the president, CIO, faculty or professional staff must rethink, refresh and reboot.
November 18-20, 2015
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Princeton Marriott at Forrestal
100 College Road East, Princeton, New Jersey
The NJEDge Annual Conference is all about professional development to show your best practices and to learn from your collegues.
Ryan Craig is a founding Managing Director of University Ventures. Prior to University Ventures, Ryan founded and built Wellspring, the largest and leading organization of treatment programs for overweight and obese children, adolescents and young adults, including boarding schools, summer camps and after-school programs.
Dr. Beth Simon is on the faculty of the Computer Science and Department at the University of California, San Diego. Since 2011, she has served in UCSD’s Center for Teaching Development as both Director and Sr. Associate Director for Learning Sciences and Technology.
Richard Culatta is a leader in the field of educational innovation. He has experience in K-12, higher education, and workplace learning environments. As the Director of the Office of Educational Technology for the US Department of Education his work focuses on leveraging technology to create personalized learning experiences for all students and promoting increased connectivity to improve access to education and make college more affordable.
Keynoter Lev Gonick is the founder and CEO of OneCommunity, a non-profit he spun out of Case Western Reserve University more than 10 years ago.
Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, has served as President of UMBC (The University of Maryland, Baltimore County) since 1992. His research and publications focus on science and math education, with special emphasis on minority participation and performance.