Presentation to PALNI | Tech Tools Focus

We had such a productive meeting last week for our gathering of the PALNI Instructional Technology Advisory Group meeting. During our time together, we identified needs within PALNI for future task force work (accessibility compliance, group purchasing options for various systems and tools, etc.). Our current task force chairs also presented their work to date for both the Affordable Education Initiatives (AEI) and the Learning Management System (LMS) Evaluation groups.

For more information and to view our key takeaways from the day, please visit the PALNI Community’s Instructional Technology discussion area where the slides from the day are posted along with our key takeaways document.

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Fort Wayne Teaching Conference Presentation Highlights PALNI Instructional Tech Initiatives

The recent Fort Wayne Teaching Conference highlighted an instructional technology and scholarly communications presentation co-presented by:

  • Amanda Hurford, PALNI Scholarly Communications Director
  • Andrea Cohn, University of Saint Francis Teaching and Learning Services Team Coordinator
  • Rebecca Johnson, Manchester University Virtual Instruction & Emerging Tech Librarian

The presentation centered around bringing awareness to and engaging with faculty to create affordable and effective learning opportunities that simultaneously utilize the newest technologies and reduce costs for private colleges in Indiana.

To read more, navigate to PALNI’s official news release: Recent Fort Wayne Teaching Conference Presentation Highlights Consortial Scholarly Communications, Affordable Education, and Instructional Technology at PALNI