2012 Conference Program

Keynote: Facilitating Innovation – Creativity, Education and Technology


Prior to his career switch to academia, Professor Morris was a consulting product designer and a principal of the design firm tool. in Marblehead, Massachusetts. He has designed award winning products for clients such as Kryptonite, Burton, Siemens, Ambient Devices, APC, Homax, Boston Scientific, MSI, Prudential, The First Years, and Waterworks. Jason earned his Master’s of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute and his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University. He has been focusing his research on industrial design history, social purpose innovation, personal fabrication, and creativity.

Jason A. Morris
Western Washington University

Lighting Rounds – Day 1


Lighting Rounds – Day 2


Academic Technology Roundtable

Camtasia Relay, Collaborate, and Bb Learn Voice

Google is Not God, But She Does Have Nice Apps

The Mobile Learning Initiative at Boise State

Lecture Capture at Portland State University

Live to Internet Video Production

LMS Analytics – Student Academic Success

The Path From LMS to Learning Platform

The Student Technology Center Revisited

Is Your Technology Accessible: Issues and Implications for Higher Ed

Next LMS Steps

Simple Augmented Reality

Digital Conversion and the Analog Sunset

Lecture Capture Deployment for Higher Education

Lecture Capture on a Budget Providing Service without the Embedded Infrastructure

Using Student Interest Groups to Develop, Explore and Test New Technologies

Lessons Learned Planning and Building an Experiential Collaborative Computing and Technology Center

The Future of Video Conferencing