1. Academic Technologies Summit 2012- Opening Keynote Speaker Adrian Sannier

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    Adrian Sannier is the Senior Vice President for Product at Pearson, the world’s foremost educational technology company, leading a variety of educational technologies including My Labs New Design, Learning Studio, Equella, and most recently OpenClass. In February 2012, Sannier was named one of the “12 Tech Innovators Who Are Transforming Campuses” in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Prior to joining Pearson in 2010, Sannier was the CIO at Arizona State University, the nation’s largest residential institution. He has been a professor for the past 12 years in the Division of Computing Studies at ASU, and as the Stanley Chair of Interdisciplinary Engineering at Iowa State University. Before joining the academia, Sannier led the PC game studio EAI Interactive, an independent developer of children’s games. EAI created best-selling titles for game publishers like Mattel, Hasbro, Crayola, Disney and Pixar as well educational content for leading publishers such as Elsevier, McGraw-Hill and Pearson.

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    • Adrian Sannier, VP of Product, Pearson eCollege

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      Adrian Sannier is the Vice President of Product at Pearson eCollege, a Pearson Education company that creates, services and powers many of the most successful online programs globally. Prior to joining eCollege, Dr. Sannier was the University Technology Officer at Arizona State University. Under Sannier's leadership, ASU transformed its information technology operation by aggressively embracing cloud-based computing services such as Google Apps for Education and Amazon's AWS. Dr. Sannier is a Professor in the Division of Computing Studies at ASU and former Stanley Professor of Interdisciplinary Engineering at Iowa State University. His research interests focus on the application of immersive visualization and next generation human/computer interfaces to challenges in science, technology and the humanities. Before joining the Iowa State University faculty in 2001, Sannier was vice president and general manager of Engineering Animation Inc., a leading provider of 3D computer graphics software. Sannier led a group of 200 programmers and artists who created products for a diverse group of companies, from Mattel and Disney to Ford and General Motors. Dr. Sannier received his bachelor's degree in systems science from Michigan State University in 1982 and his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1988. Recorded on 11-2-2011 Produced by Engineering Online Learning www.eol.iastate.edu

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      • A Conversation with Adrian Sannier- VP and University Technology Officer- Arizona State University

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        A conversation with Adrian Sannier, Vice President and University Technology Officer, Arizona State University. Recorded at the 2009 Campus Technology Summit at the La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs, CA. The Campus Technology Summit is produced by CraigMichaels, Inc. For additional information please visit: www.craigmichaelsinc.com

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        • CraigMichaels' Higher Education Summits: 2009 Overview

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          Since 2002, CraigMichaels has been producing invitation-only summits specifically designed for senior level higher education administrators. In April of 2009, CraigMichaels co-located two of their premier events (The Campus Development Summit & The Campus Technology Summit) at the La Quinta Resort & Spa in Palm Springs, CA. The accompaning video provides an overview of the high level networking and knowledge exchange that was offered to participants of these 2 groundbreaking summits.

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