On Friday, October 8, Ian Wilhelm, a lecturer at the University of Higher Education, presented the role of technology in adapting the learning, learning and technology circle to change as the University’s strategic goals meet.
- 10:00 am – 10:15 am – Introductions
- Michael Taylor, PhD, Chair of TLTR Faculty
- Paul Fisher, MPA, Associate CIO and Director TLT Center
- 10:15 – 10:30 am – Guest speaker introduction
- Katya Parserini, PhD, Provost and Executive Vice President
- 10:30 – 11:15 am – Presentation by Ian Wilhelm
- 11:15 -11: 45 am -P panel discussion
- 11:45 – 12:30 pm – Special Topic Discussion
Lunch is available for participants.
About Ian Wilhelm
Ian is a journalist with over 20 years of experience covering higher education, nonprofits and charities.
He is currently the Assistant Managing Editor of Chronicle Higher Education, part of the Higher Education Chronicle. The CI provides content to inform colleges and universities about national issues and to develop ways to address emergencies on campus.
Previously, he was a senior editor of “Chronicles” for our weekly newspaper and daily website, helping to manage a team of journalists focused on organizational and feature stories. Ian worked as a global editor and senior editor for The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
As a freelance writer, Ian’s writings have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Religious News Service, America Today, The Washington Post, Newide, and others. Living in Germany, he has experience working abroad, recording stories from Africa, China, Sri Lanka and elsewhere.
Round table about education, learning and technology
Established in 1995, the Teaching, Learning and Technology Circle is composed of representatives from the University’s academic and administrative areas. Supported by the Provost Office and the Information Technology Department, the Teaching, Learning and Technology Circle (TLTR) is a coalition of faculty, administrators and students who meet and discuss teacher-related issues and topics on behalf of the university. Technology. Table t consists of regular action groups (sub-committees) to discuss institutional issues related to teaching, learning and technology. TLT Roundtable provides advice in support of the University’s strategic plan as defined by stakeholders such as Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Information Technology Department and other key organizations or groups.