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-Dean W.

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> Date: July 10, 2009 10:14:10 AM EDT
> Subject: July 2009 EDUCAUSE Online: EDUCAUSE 2009 Program Preview;  
> ECAR Paper on IT Security Officer Role
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> EDUCAUSE News for July 2009
> Listen to the latest EDUCAUSE Now episode, which includes interviews  
> with two speakers presenting at EDUCAUSE 2009, stories on two cases  
> of effective project management and how economic challenges offer a  
> new way to think about the value of IT, plus commentary from  
> EDUCAUSE President and CEO Diana G. Oblinger on leadership in IT.  
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> July News at a Glance
> Major Initiatives
> EDUCAUSE Announces New ECAR Paper on the IT Security Officer Role in  
> Higher Education
> EDUCAUSE 2009: Online Program Live Later this Month
> Resources
> Archive Available for June's Solutions in Action Web Seminar: 21st- 
> Century Literacies
> ELI Releases 7 Things Brief on Microblogging
> EDUCAUSE Live! Spotlight Web Seminar Archive: "Strategies for New  
> Circumstances"
> Podcast of the Month—Leadership: The Key to a Sustainable Future
> EDUCAUSE Resource Center: This Month's Most Popular Resources
> Postevent Resources Now Online for CAMP Workshops
> Community
> New EDUCAUSE Constituent Groups Formed: Women in IT and iTunes U
> Professional Development
> ELI Online Fall Focus Session: Registration Now Open
> Professional Development Grants Available—Apply by October 26
> Register for Upcoming Events
> Submit a Presentation Proposal
> July News in Depth
> Major Initiatives
> EDUCAUSE Announces New ECAR Paper on the IT Security Officer Role in  
> Higher Education
> EDUCAUSE has released a new EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research  
> occasional paper, "The Career of the IT Security Officer in Higher  
> Education," which focuses on study results designed to understand  
> and document the attributes and responsibilities of the relatively  
> new role of information security officer in higher education. The  
> paper is free of charge and publicly available. Browse related  
> materials on the chief security officer role in the EDUCAUSE  
> Resource Center. Visit ECAR on the web.
> EDUCAUSE 2009: Online Program Live Later This Month
> Join us for the best thinking in higher ed IT and register now for  
> EDUCAUSE 2009, November 3–6 in Denver, Colorado. With sessions  
> featuring more multiple and international speakers than ever before,  
> lightning rounds built into every track, and numerous opportunities  
> for networking and future collaboration, participants are sure to  
> find a variety of diverse topics to choose from and viewpoints to  
> learn from. Hear EDUCAUSE 2009 Program Committee Chair Joanne M.  
> Kossuth and EDUCAUSE President and CEO Diana G. Oblinger discuss  
> what's new this year and give an overview of the conference program  
> in our eight-minute podcast. Visit the EDUCAUSE 2009 website for all  
> the latest information. And stay tuned—the conference program will  
> be available online later this month.
> Resources
> Archive Available for June's Solutions in Action Web Seminar: 21st- 
> Century Literacies
> The archive for the June 22 Solutions in Action web seminar,  
> "Developing 21st-Century Literacies Among Students and Faculty," is  
> now available online. The next seminar, to be held July 27, will  
> focus on how campuses are balancing delivering new services with  
> tight budgets and finding new ways to do more with less. Check the  
> schedule for more information.
> ELI Releases 7 Things Brief on Microblogging
> In the new 7 Things You Should Know About Microblogging brief from  
> the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, discover how this practice offers  
> a portable communication mode that feels organic and spontaneous to  
> many and has captured the public imagination. Visit ELI on the web.
>
> EDUCAUSE Live! Spotlight Web Seminar Archive: "Strategies for New  
> Circumstances"
> In the June 16 EDUCAUSE Live! Spotlight Series web seminar on the  
> economic downturn, "Strategies for New Circumstances," presenter  
> Bruce Mass, CIO of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, discussed  
> what we've learned so far in navigating the rough waters of 2009 and  
> future strategies for IT organizations. Access the archive, and  
> browse related resources on the economic downturn resource page in  
> the EDUCAUSE Resource Center.
> Podcast of the Month—Leadership: The Key to a Sustainable Future
> This month's featured podcast spotlights a keynote address given by  
> Joel Hartman, vice provost of information technologies and resources  
> and CIO at the University of Central Florida, at the EDUCAUSE 2009  
> Southeast Regional Conference. In his presentation, "Leadership: The  
> Key to a Sustainable Future," Hartman suggests ways that  
> institutional and IT leaders of all levels can become personally  
> active in bringing about a more sustainable future for their  
> campuses. Listen to more podcasts at the EDUCAUSE Resource Center.
> EDUCAUSE Resource Center: This Month's Most Popular Resources
> See which resources—including articles, briefs, white papers,  
> PowerPoint presentations, and podcasts—have been recently viewed the  
> most at the EDUCAUSE Resource Center.
> Postevent Resources Now Online for CAMP Workshops
> Proceedings—such as PowerPoint presentations, podcasts, PDFs, and  
> more—are now available for the CAMP and Advanced CAMPworkshops.
> Community
> New EDUCAUSE Constituent Groups Formed: Women in IT and iTunes U
> EDUCAUSE announces two new constituent groups. Deborah Keyek- 
> Franssen, University of Colorado at Boulder, heads up the Women in  
> IT group, which focuses on effective practices in the recruitment,  
> retention, and advancement of women in higher education IT. Along  
> with John Culshaw, also from the University of Colorado, Keyek- 
> Frassen also leads the iTunes U group, which evaluates emerging  
> practices for the implementation of iTunes U in postsecondary  
> education. Browse more EDUCAUSE constituent and discussion groups.
> Professional Development
> ELI Online Fall Focus Session: Registration Now Open
> Join ELI September 23–24 for its 2009 Online Fall Focus Session,  
> “Flattening the Classroom: Building Collaborative Learning  
> Environments.” Hosted in Adobe Connect, this virtual event will be  
> much more than just the “usual” online seminar. Exchange ideas and  
> collaborate interactively with the ELI community—all without leaving  
> campus. Visit the event page for more details or to register.
> Professional Development Grants Available—Apply by October 26
> The Jane N. Ryland Fellowship program is an EDUCAUSE grant program  
> that helps build future leaders by supporting IT professionals'  
> attendance at EDUCAUSE events. Listen to past winners describe their  
> experience with applying for the grants and becoming Ryland fellows.  
> Learn more about the program and apply online. Additionally, women  
> submitting grant applications to the Ryland Fellowship Program will  
> be considered for the Balestri Scholarship. Applications for 2010  
> awards are due October 26, 2009.
> Register for Upcoming Events
> EDUCAUSE/Cornell University Institute for Computer Policy and Law,  
> July 20–23 in Ithaca, New York.
> EDUCAUSE Institute Learning Technology Leadership Program 2009, July  
> 20–24 in Burlington, Vermont.
> EDUCAUSE 2009 Annual Conference, November 3–6 in Denver, Colorado.  
> Early registration deadline: October 5.
> Submit a Presentation Proposal
> EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, January 13–15 in  
> Baltimore, Maryland. Submission deadline: July 29.
> EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference, February 17–19 in Houston,  
> Texas. Submission deadline: September 16.
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