EDUCAUSE community members offer student success perspectives on the 2020 Top 10 IT Issues.
Maggie Jesse is the Senior Director of the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology at the University of Iowa. In her role, she leads pedagogy support through the Center for Teaching, as well as the instructional technology needs of the campus, including technology in learning spaces across campus and large-scale instructional technology projects and services.
Ms. Jesse is a member of the campus OneIT Operations Team and the OneIT Strategy Team. She facilities the UI Academic Technology Advisory Council (ATAC) with governs the teaching and learning domain of OneIT. She also facilitates the campus-wide Learning Spaces Executive Committee.
Iowa is a founding member of the Unizin Consortium and Ms. Jesse is a member of the Unizin Board. She also serves on the Unizin Teaching & Learning Committee.
In 2006, she was awarded the David J. Skorton Staff Excellence Award for Public Service from the University of Iowa and in 2017 she was awarded the campus-wide IT Leader Award. She received her MBA from the University of Iowa.
The University of Iowa and Indiana University each launched active learning classroom initiatives centered on faculty development. These programs not only benefit individual instructors and their students, they are changing campus pedagogy and culture in powerful and enduring ways.
Colleges and universities collaborate on initiatives that individual institutions might not be able to accomplish alone, including infrastructure projects, course offerings, and new educational models.