Campus Consortium Edtalks

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Tue, Nov 21th, 2017 from 2:00 pm ET - 3:00 pm ET

 

Executive Management

Campus Consortium's leadership team includes talented education and information technology leaders. Their collective experience provides the Consortium with its world-class vision and leadership.

Anjli Jain

Anjli Jain 

Chairman
Campus Consortium

As Chairman for the Campus Consortium since 2003, Mrs. Jain designs and leads the Consortium's regional conferences which are hosted at member sites throughout the year; and engages members through Consortium-hosted working groups and iSeminars series. Under Anjli's leadership through these various programs and initiatives, the Campus Consortium has led the discussion and adoption of community-source, open-source, software-as-a-service, single sign-on, cloud-based solutions in the education community During her tenure, Anjli has expanded the Campus Consortium's reach from 14 members in the US to 2,000 higher education and K-12 schools and districts in 12 countries.

Through the Campus Consortium's Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital (EVC) which she manages, Anjli has invested in and helped launch several startups from basic concept to profitability.

Mrs. Jain holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Columbia University.

Phillip Long

Phillip Long

Chief Innovation Officer
Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences in Austin, Texas

Phil is the Chief Innovation Officer at UT Austin, working on Project 2021, Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences, Clinical Professor in Educational Psychology and in the School of Information, at the University of Texas, Austin. Dr. Long provides leadership to the university's strategy for technology enhanced learning, including UTx, the local implementation of the edX MOOCs, the UT learning analytics initiative & the design of learning environments

Phil's current research interests focus on active & blended learning pedagogies, credentialing linked to evidence of learning, open ledger (blockchain) applications, remote laboratories, emerging technologies and the analytics that can be captured by instrumenting interactions in both virtual and environments with the goal of informing learner decision-making. 

Graham Francis

Christopher Higgins

Ed Tech Futurist and Former Executive Director
University of Chicago 

Chris has worked in the field of learning and design for nearly 25 years and has  lead numerous multi-disciplinary committees to evaluate and select tools to support advances in learning and student engagement, leading key transitions in learning management systems (aka virtual learning environments), standardization of student response systems, and initiating collaborative learning technologies.

Chris has been a significant contributor for pedagogical innovation with University of Maryland and University of Chicago for mobile learning, blended and hybrid learning, flipped classrooms, active learning spaces, and MOOC development.

Karl Horvath, Ph.D.

Karl Horvath, Ph.D.

Chief Information Officer
La Salle University

Karl Horvath, Ph.D., Chief Information Officer at La Salle University, has extensive experience in technology, business, teaching, research and publishing. With over twenty years of experience in higher education and the information technology field, Dr. Horvath remains an invaluable Member of the Campus Consortium.

Dr. Horvath is an active member of EDUCAUSE and NACUBO.

Rick Penny

Rick Penny

Chief Information Officer
Lakeland Community College

Rick Penny, Chief Information Officer at Lakeland Community College, leads operational and administrative technology efforts, ranging from the Enterprise-wide Resource Planning/Student Information Systems, programming, reporting, integration, network, server, data center and major projects. Before joining Lakeland Community College, Rick had previous experience with system administration at Sherwin-Williams and S&Z Toll and Die. Lakeland Community College joined the Campus Consortium in 2011, and Rick has worked on implementing Portal, Password Management Suite, Responsive Theme and Real time Directory Sync with the Consortium.

Luis E. Gonzalez

Luis E. Gonzalez

Vice President of Technology and Chief Technology Officer
Ana G. Mendez University System

Luis E. Gonzalez, Vice President of Technology and Chief Technology Officer at Ana G. Mendez University System, has been an active Member of the Consortium for 4 years now. He has been working closely with Campus Consortium on implementing a variety of products and services.

Graham Francis

Graham Francis

Director of IT Services, MIS and Examinations
Havering Sixth Form College

Graham Francis, Director of IT Services, MIS & Examinations at Havering Sixth Form College, is a consummate professional with extensive experience in operations and project management. He has over 37 years of experience working with leading companies in the electrical and utilities industry. Graham has been working with the Consortium to implement various projects including Portal, Password Management Suite, and Real Time Directory Suite.

Andy Farrior

Andy Farrior

Director of Technology Services
Victoria College

Andy Farrior, Director of Technology Services at Victoria College, has been with the Campus Consortium since 2011. In between cleaning up Victoria College's systems, Andy has been working with the Consortium to implement new projects including Portal and Mobile Banner® Custom Web Services with SQL Queries.