David Goodrum


At Oregon State University, David Goodrum serves as Director of Academic Technology for University Information and Technology, the central IT organization. Academic Technology's mission is to enrich OSU's academic ecosystem, enable innovative pedagogy and information sharing through effective use of technology, and enhance the student experience.

Goodrum currently is a board member of the Unizin consortium and also is chair emeritus of the Unizin Teaching & Learning Advisory Group. He is a member of the IMS Global Learning Consortium's Higher Education Institutional Leadership Board.

In a prior position at Indiana University, he served as director of Teaching and Learning Technologies for University Information Technology Services. In this position, Goodrum was involved in conducting pilot evaluations and functional analysis of multiple learning management systems and related collaboration and media management tools. 

David holds an Ed.D. in Instructional Systems Technology, a Masters of Teaching (M.A.T.) in German Languages, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and German, all from Indiana University Bloomington. His dissertation is available at the permanent URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2022/20909 -- Relative Utility of Three Models for User Evaluations of Learning Managements Systems: A Higher-Ed Institution Decision Context. 

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • 7 Things You Should Know About LTI Advantage
    • Briefs, Case Studies, Papers, Reports
    • Contributor

    LTI Advantage is the next generation of the Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard, which was designed to enable plug-and-play integration of educational applications and tools within an institution’s digital learning environment.

EDUCAUSE Presentations