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ECURE 2004 March 1-3 2004 Speakers

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Jeremy Rowe
Director, Research Strategic Planning and Policy
Arizona State University
Managing and Archiving Learning Management Systems Course Materials and Records


Dr. Jeremy Rowe is Director of Research, Strategic Planning and Policy for Information Technology and Co-Director of the Partnership for Research in Spatial Modeling at Arizona State University. His responsibilities include involvement in institution- and system-level planning for technology and distance education, and development of policy relevant to these areas. Additional research interests are developing digital libraries of 3D objects and interdisciplinary research partnerships to model, visualize, and analyze complex natural phenomena. Dr. Rowe is a co-investigator for the KDI: 3D Knowledge: Acquisition Representation & Analysis in a Distributed Environment funded by the National Science Foundation, and funded research in developing 3D analytic tools to assist in handwriting recognition, and environmental modeling for regional planning.

Presentation Abstract

Course materials developed within Learning Management Systems (LMS) raise a number of planning and archival issues for institutions. Even in the best of worlds, when a single LMS is used to deliver course offerings, managing course materials for future use and identifying and retaining institutional records such as grade books is difficult. This briefing will present a conceptual model for managing active, currently inactive, and archival courses and embedded institutional records.