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Sustaining Educational Innovation: Designing our Future

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Connected Learning:
Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations

Sustaining Educational Innovation:

Designing our future

Gain ideas for how to start/sustain

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How can we sustain strategic innovation and transitions in higher education?

July/August 2013 ED CA !E re"iew

EI: Educational Innovation


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Support evaluation, research, and learning assessment efforts and share lessons learned Create interdisciplinary pro ect teams Support faculty with course design professionals !pply pro ect management practices

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Special Thanks to Caroline D. Hardin for helping to put this presentation together