2nd Annual Campus Technology Day “The Power Of Collaboration” May 14, 2008
Sponsored by the IT Steering Committee
The University of Windsor’s IT Steering Committee and IT Services hosted its second annual Campus Technology Day on Wednesday, May 14. As promised, the day was an interactive event that brought faculty, staff and students together to discuss the impact technology has in enhancing learning, teaching, research and building community on campus.
The theme for CTD 2008, “The Power of Collaboration”, explored how technology enabled collaboration both on and off-campus and furthered the University’s strategic goals. Presentations highlighted The University of Windsor's collaboration on a number of high-profile technology projects including:
The new portal – my.UWindsor.Ca which has been built through the collaboration of Campus EAI and 25 other universities.
The new Learning Management System CLEW, which is based on the community-source application Sakai built through the collaboration of over 150 universities world-wide
The planned new Integrated Library System – which is a project being worked on with other libraries throughout the world.
Over 200 faculty, staff and students gathered to listen, discuss and exchange ideas about the use of technology on campus. All presentations, videos and podcasts of sessions are available by following the schedule of the days events and going to the individual session.