Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 26, 2015
At Pearson, we believe that every learning moment shapes dreams, guides futures and career pathways, and strengthens people’s lives. Learning is a never-ending journey of discovery, challenge, inspiration, curiosity, mastery, resilience, and wonder. Our “Learning Makes Us” campaign embodies this belief. As part of the launch of this campaign during the 2015 EDUCAUSE Conference, Pearson representatives and partners will discuss how we’re helping to transform higher education by making it more effective, affordable, accessible, and personal, through the digital delivery of high quality course content and digital learning technologies that are designed to provide a measurable impact on learners’ lives.
WHAT: EDUCAUSE will be held from October 27th – October 30th at the Indianapolis Convention Center Indianapolis, Indiana. Pearson will be at booth #1601.
WHO: For any educator with a focus on administration, teaching and learning, information technology infrastructure, information systems, or information technology leadership.
Featured Thought Leadership Sessions:
When/Where: October 28, 10:30 - 11:20 AM, Meeting Room 240
Topic: Transition to Digital: Strategies That Impact Education
Presenters: Claude Brule, Vice President Academic, Algonquin College; Tom Malek, VP Channel Partnerships, Pearson; Anastasia Morrone, Associate Vice President, Learning Technologies, and Dean for IT, Indiana University; and Dale Sanders, Sr. Associate Director, The Mizzou Store, University of Missouri.
When/Where: October 29, 8:00 - 8:50 AM, Meeting Room 233-234
Topic: Improving Outcomes for 21st-Century Learners through Digital Innovation
Presenters: Karl Clark, Professor, Political Science & History, Coastal Bend College; Catherine Medrano, Instructor, Sociology Department, Fresno City College; and John Tweeddale, SVP of Efficacy & Quality, Pearson.
Demonstrations on Product Innovations
Media representatives can visit Pearson booth #1601 for personalized demonstrations on innovative digital learning solutions such as REVEL, as well as expert insight on how technology is transforming the way students learn.
For a schedule of booth demonstrations, as well as more information on Pearson at EDUCAUSE, please visit this website.
Follow @PearsonNorthAm on Twitter, and use #EDU15 and #LearningMakesUs to join the conversation.
Pearson is the world's leading learning company, with 40,000 employees in more than 80 countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives through learning. For more information about Pearson, visit http://www.pearson.com.
Scott Overland, scott(dot)overland(at)pearson(dot)com, 202-909-4528