Dr. Kenneth "Casey" Green is a 2024 Learning Partner

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headshot of Dr. Kenneth “Casey” Green, founder of The Campus Computing ProjectThe Alliance for Innovation and Transformation (AFIT) proudly announces that Dr. Kenneth “Casey” Green, founder of The Campus Computing Project, will be a 2024 learning partner. Green will play a pivotal role in supporting AFIT's learning theme for the year, “Looking Ahead to Empower the Future Today.” 

AFIT is excited to collaborate with Green, an award-winning researcher, who has long history of work at the intersection of technology and higher education. This partnership aligns with AFIT's commitment to fostering transformative educational experiences that prepare its members for future challenges and opportunities. 

The collaboration with Green is also reflected in AFIT’s role as a sponsor the eLearning 2.0 Project, a new initiative from Campus Computing which focuses on the impact of the Covid pandemic, the emergence of virtual learning, and the uncharted potential of AI in higher education.  This new project will provide timely data and insights to support AFIT’s 2024 learning design activities and help AFIT members harness new and emerging technologies that have the potential to drive systematic change in the teaching and learning experiences of faculty and students. 

“My thanks to AFIT for supporting the eLearning 2.0 project,” said Green. “I’ve always found consortia work to be interesting and engaging, as it leverages the experience and expertise of multiple organizations and campus leaders.  I look forward to working with AFIT’s leadership and AFIT’s campus leaders in 2024.” 

Green is widely recognized for his more than three decades of work on campus IT planning and policy issues. Launched in 1990, Green’s The Campus Computing Project has been widely cited by campus officials and corporate executives as a definitive source for data, information, and insight about key campus IT planning and policy issues.   

In 2002, Green received the first EDUCAUSE Leadership Award for Public Planning and Policy, which cited his influence on national and international tech agendas linked to higher education. And in 2019, EdTech Digest identified Green among the “100 Top Influencers in EdTech” stating that he is a “definitive resource for the higher education transformation conversation.”