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Post secondary institutions are highly autonomous. Attempts to create services connecting educators across institutions clash with beliefs that educator needs can be entirely met within the institution. Collaboration is viewed as a loss of autonomy and as sharing proprietary knowledge with a competitor. However, collaboration among educators from different institutions can lead to improved practices, cost-savings, and innovation. This session will explore how to mitigate tensions between institutions when building collaborative system services for educators.
Moderator: Gary Langer, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Innovations, Minnesota Online
Luc Comeau, Executive Director of eLearnnetwork.ca
Cheryl Comstock, Director of Online Program Development, CCCOnline (CO)
Curt Madison, Director of eLearning Program Development, University of Alaska,
Paul Stacey, Director of Development and Professional Services, BCcampus