Campus Technology 2009 was recently held in Boston. It was touted as the best place to experience emerging Web 2.0 applications and "explore the latest technologies for navigating a world of social software and immersive platforms that will impact the ways in which we think about—and deliver—education for years to come."
Unfortunately, I was not able to attend but I was still able to experience some great keynote presentations thanks to lecture capture technology provided by Mediasite -- the same system we are about to install here at the University.
Here is a list of some of the presentations -- click on the links to bring up the full lecture including, audio, video and high resolution screens:
Emerging Interactive Media: Implications for Teaching and Research - abstract
Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education
21st Century Students: How Today’s Students Are Reshaping Technology - abstract
Jeff Keltner, Google, Inc.
Assessment in an Online Environment: Challenges and Opportunities - abstract
John Ittelson, The California State University, Monterey Bay; Helen Chen, Stanford University; Gary Brown, Washington State University; Michael Cottam, Rio Salado College
Bringing Student Web 2.0 “Stuff” to Campus Enterprise Systems and Why - abstract
Trent Baston, Campus Technology; Stuart Sim, CommonNeed.com
Five Elements of Exceptional Technology Enhanced Learning - abstract
Stephen Laster, Harvard Business School
Immersive Education: An Open Source, Collaborative Environment - abstract
Keith Rajecki, Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems, Inc.