I’ll be joining others from the MISO Survey team on Wednesday, February 15, for a conversation with ELI members at the 2102 annual meeting in Austin, Texas. Our session, “Setting the Stage for Innovation: A Discussion of Insights from the MISO Survey” will focus on how data from the MISO Survey, a web-based quantitative survey designed to measure how faculty, students, and staff view library and computing services in higher education, can be used to determine an institution’s ability to foster widespread innovation in teaching and learning.
This hour-long session is designed to be a conversation with meeting participants. The Survey team has learned that with so much data to explore, our best presentations have been interactive ones, with questions and discussions offered by the team and participants. This should be a highly interactive event, and I’ll be especially curious to see how interaction with online session participants goes.