SP2014 Webinars

     

       

       
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    5/6/2014

    2pm

    D2L

    Teaching in blended and online classrooms requires instructors to expand their skills as they use technology as the vehicle for content delivery. Working online presents unique challenges and benefits for students and instructors.  Join us as we explore these challenges and discuss ways to improve the online experience for you and your students.

    Objectives:

    • Explore the challenges and benefits of working online
    • Learn how to personalize the course in a time efficient manner
    • Tips for great communication
    • Motivate students
    • Establish a work/life balance
    free    

    4/30

    11am

    Innovators in online learning
    Getting Started with Quality Overviews and Introductions: A Best Practices in Online Course Design webinar

    Quality overviews and introductions can be the cornerstone of an effective online course. While it may seem generic and tedious, there are many ways to incorporate interactive and engaging features into course introductions to generate student excitement.

    Experience how other educators improve the quality of their lessons through creating engaging course introductions by joining us for the first session of the new “Best Practices in Online Course Design” webinar series, sponsored by SoftChalk and Quality Matters. Jillian Jevack of Quality Matters and Sarah Aboulhosn of SoftChalk will introduce the series, and share how other educators have exemplified Quality Matters Standard 1: Introductions & Overviews and improved the overall effectiveness of their online courses.

    https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/933087217

    free    

    4/29/2014

    4pm-5pm

    Promethean
    Being a Connected Educator
    Historically, collaboration took place when two or more individuals occupied the same space at the same time and exchanged and revised ideas. It has often been said, "In a room full of smart people, the smartest person is the room"! With the technology at hand today, there are no boundaries of time or space with collaboration. The ability we have to connect and work collaboratively, anytime from anywhere, has moved collaboration from a limited mode of learning to a more prominent position. The technology we use for connecting people digitally and virtually through various applications for connections has given collaboration through technology the label of “connected learning”.
     
    Join us for our community’s first webinar, when Tom Whitby and Steven Anderson - two of the most prolific users of social media - will discuss what it means to be a connected educator and how being connected empowers educators to do more and learn more
     
    free    

    5/2/2014

    12 - 1:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    From Podium To Podcast: How To Flip Your Classroom & Enhance Student Engagement

    Are you interested in flipping your classroom but not sure where to begin? Are you curious about this trend and how it can be applied to your college classroom? This webinar will take a close look at what happens when the traditional method of lecturing and assigning homework is reversed; when students receive lectures through video outside of class and use class time to complete homework, solve problems, and collaborate with the instructor and other students.

    In this webinar we will prove that flipping college courses is an excellent way to address some of the major concerns in today’s institutions of higher learning. A flipped course can enhance student engagement by maximizing time for problem solving and student-student/student-teacher interaction. In addition, providing opportunities for off-campus content delivery can address the attendance and scheduling issues experienced by many adult learners. Participants will gain practical suggestions, effective strategies, and a checklist of helpful items to use in developing a flipped format.

    http://www.innovativeeducators.org/product_p/2148.htm

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    4/28/2014

    12pm-1:30pm

    Academic Impressions

    Blended Course Design Principles

    Instructional designers and course developers are facing new design challenges amid increased demand for high-quality blended courses and programs. When executed properly, blended courses provide a high level of engagement from learners and establish measurable learning outcomes with the means for achieving them. How are you ensuring that the blended courses you are designing combine the best components of both online and face-to-face classes?

    Join us online as we discuss blended course design principles and how they align with instructional strategies. You will learn how to:

    • Use instructional design strategies for online courses
    • Organize content into instructional modules
    • Align course objectives, activities, and assessments

     

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    4/24/2014

    1pm - 1:45

    Respondus

    "Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Exams"

    This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end.

    http://www.respondus.com/products/webinar/

    Free    

    4/24/2014

    12pm - 1pm

    Training Magazine Network

     

    Actions Speak Louder than Words:

    6 Steps to Improved eLearning Activities

    There’s much frustration with the limited range of interactivity found in eLearning programs. Arbitrary multiple-choice and true-and-false questions, even when masquerading under flashy game-like interfaces, fail to engage learners’ attention. Worse yet, they usually fail to teach. Too often designers feel bound by the limits of actions available to the learner—senseless button clicking, random dragging, confusing entries. But, even working within the constraints of low-level authoring tools, it is possible to design eLearning activities that will engage, motivate, and captivate the learner’s imagination and enhance post-training performance.

    Edwards will present six simple and easily achievable transformations to make your eLearning interactions more impactful.

    http://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/we...nedwards_apr24

    Free    

    4/23/2014

    2pm-3:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Moving A Classroom-Based Course To Online Or Hybrid

    Online learning is a growing trend. As such, instructors need to be prepared to develop an online course that increases student engagement and learning. How do you decide which delivery mode is best suited for your course? Face-to-face, online, or hybrid? What are the benefits of online or hybrid courses? What are the best practices for developing and delivering online or hybrid courses?

    This webinar will answer some of the more frequently asked questions for those thinking about creating a successful online learning environment. Participants will be able to articulate the benefits of all delivery methods in an effort to select the best platform for their specific courses.
    Objectives:
    Participants will be able to:
    • Understand the growing trend in online learning
    • Articulate the benefits of online or hybrid delivery methods
    • Describe best practices for developing and delivering an online or hybrid course
    • Identify tools for assessing whether a course fits comfortably into a face-to-face, online, or hybrid delivery mode

      http://www.innovativeeducators.org/product_p/2138.htm
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    4/22/2014 Magna Online Seminars

    The Flipped Approach to Online Teaching and Learning

    Flipping a classroom is a pedagogical approach that enables instructors to create student-centered learning environments by changing when and how certain activities happen.
    However, most of the conversations have only focused on the face-to-face classroom experience where students participate in activities during class time and watch videos outside of class time.

    But what if you teach in an online environment without traditional "class time"? Can you still integrate flipped strategies?
    In The Flipped Approach to Online Teaching and Learning you will analyze current definitions and models for the flipped class and explore how to expand and adapt these definitions to include online learning environments.

    You can experience a flipped lesson for yourself and learn how to immediately apply successful flipping concepts and strategies to the courses you’re teaching right now in The Flipped Approach to Online Teaching and Learning

    http://www.magnapubs.com/catalog/the...-and-learning/

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    4/17/2014

    12pm- 1pm

    Training Magazine Network

    Creating Interactive Videos from Really Boring Talking Heads, Lectures and Demo Videos

    Most videos in training and elearning are talking heads, lecture-type presentations or demonstration of a product or process. However, they are oftentimes, boring and fail to engage learners and teach the content.

    In this webinar, Dr. Ray Jimenez will discuss these topics:

    • What do you do with really boring lecture and demo type videos ?  How do you make them engaging?
    • What do you look for in a video and how do you find opportunities to add interactions?
    • What are the steps to augment your videos with interactions like discovery exercises, games, test exercises and activities to improve retention and recall?
    • If you are to start from scratch, how do you plan to create a new video and make sure they are provided interactive components?
    • How do you cut costs, increase the speed and increase the quality of your videos?

       
    http://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/we...yjimenez_apr17
     
    Free    

    4/15/2014

    1pm -2pm

    eSchool News

    Formative Assessments: A Performance Check-Up

    Research spanning four decades has proven formative assessment to be a powerful ally for improving student performance and differentiating instruction. Gathering, interpreting, and acting on insights about student performance plays a critical role in tracking successful and unsuccessful patterns in teaching and learning.

    Join our expert panel for this timely discussion that will answer five key questions about formative assessments:

    • How do I effectively integrate formative assessment into my classroom?
    • How can formative assessment support the curriculum?
    • How can formative assessment be used as a teaching strategy?
    • What types of formative assessment are most effective for assessing student understanding and nurturing retention?
    • How do I differentiate instruction in response to formative assessment findings?

      http://www.eschoolnews.com/2014/03/1...ormance-check/
    Free    

    4/15/2014

    2PM

    D2L

    Presenters Audrey Williams and Barry Dahl will demonstrate six different examples of how you can utilize comics and animations within various tools in the Desire2Learn Learning Environment. From a simple "just for fun" News item to a serious Dropbox assignment, you'll begin to explore the possibilities of increasing student engagement and enhancing instructor presence. All resources will be shared with attendees, including simple how-to guides for your future reference.

    Free    

    4/11/2014

    1pm - 2pm

    TLT Group

    FridayLive! 

    Twitter for Beginners: for Very Smart Dummies
    According to Siemens and Tinti-Kane (2013) “The number of faculty who use social media in the classroom still does not represent a majority, but teaching use continues it’s steady year to year growth (pg 9).” This session will focus on an up-and -coming social media application, Twitter. We will explore how to use Twitter to enhance your Personal and Professional Learning Networks by finding hashtags and customizing based on your level of interest. You will be also be able to set up an account and a user profile. Faculty uses of Twitter in the classroom will also be shared.
    Free    

    4/10/2014

    12pm - 12:30

    Turnitin

    Grade Anything

    Traditionally, English instructors have used Turnitin to evaluate papers and essays for plagiarism, grammar/mechanics and other writing skills. Now, with Grade Anything, Turnitin has opened up the door for instructors in other disciplines to provide feedback and evaluate other assignment types--not just papers. Coupled with the movement toward using technology in the classrooms, Turnitin is quickly becoming the grading platform of choice for many schools where instructors can now use any one of Turnitin's rich feedback tools to evaluate student learning.

    Join our panelists, Rebecca Hewett and Marc Helgeson, in discussing how they've been using Turnitin to evaluate PowerPoint® presentations, visual images, plays and other performances.

    Free    

    4/8/2014

    1pm - 2pm

    Magna Online Seminars

    Leverage Social Media to Fuel Student Engagement & Learning

    You already know that social media platforms are powerful tools that entertain us, connect us, and keep us organized. Did you know they can also help us teach?
    It’s true. Social media has a real place in the classroom—not just in the hallways, residence halls, and quads around campus.
    Students can and should learn how to employ social media platforms as professional tools and not simply as pastimes.
    Incorporating social media into your courses can forge stronger connections with your students, foster mastery of course content, and develop social media skills that will help graduates transition into the workplace. Of course, anyone who has used social media knows that it can be a black hole, sucking time and delivering little of value.
    The key is to use social media strategically and intelligently, and you can learn how to do that in Leverage Social Media to Fuel Student Engagement & Learning.

    http://www.magnapubs.com/catalog/lev...-and-learning/

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    4/4/2014

    11am -11:45am

    Respondus  

    "Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Exams"

     

    This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end.

    http://www.respondus.com/products/webinar/

    free    

    4/3/2014

    1pm - 2pm

    Blackboard

    Trends in online learning

    Based on research with hundreds of institutions, this webinar will explore the how use of collaboration tools, mobility, and analytics will be dramatically changed by shifts in student demands and the fight to attract and retain students. Join this session, led by a panel of academic technologists to learn how leading schools are thinking about online learning in the future and what you should be thinking about as part of your long term strategy.

    What you will learn:
    • Which institutional pressures will have the greatest impact on online learning
    • What key technologies will improve learning outcomes
    • How institutions are managing the challenges of engaging students
    • What schools are doing to make faculty more comfortable with technology
    Free    

    4/1/2014

    1pm- 2pm

    Instructional Technology council

    Mobile Technologies can Make Learning Engaging and FUN!

    Studies show that instructors can create more interactive lessons with mobile technologies. Mobile tools can help instructors be more organized, encourage students to be more self-directed, and enhance an instructor’s ability to implement quality, engaging, digital content into online classes.

    Jeannine Burgess from Palm Beach State College will share concrete strategies for implementing m-Learning activities. She will provide links to mobile apps and share examples of interactive activities, with their success rates in various disciplines. For example, she will demonstrate how students can use mobile technologies to present a topic, capture a moment, or share an idea. Attend this session to learn how to effectively integrate technology to help students learn, and implement engaging activities to make Learning FUN!

    http://www.itcnetwork.org/webinars.html

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    3/4/2014

    1pm-2pm

    eschool

    News

    Supporting Digital Innovation with Always-Available Connectivity

    In the ever-evolving digital age, school administrators are looking for answers to providing a cutting-edge education to a diverse student population. Join us to learn how wireless innovation and creative thinking can connect all your students (and their families) to your district’s academic resources.

    In this free, one-hour webinar, you’ll learn…

    • The latest trends in student mobility.

    • How to provide safe, reliable connectivity for students, wherever learning can occur.

    • How you can bring connectivity to economically disadvantaged students and their families cost-effectively.

     

         

    3/28/2014

    12pm-1:30

    Academic Impressions

    Quality ePortfolios: Essentials for Experiential Learning Programs

    Using ePortfolios to showcase experiential learning can help students enhance learning, help students become more competitive in the job market, and increase job placement rates for your institution. However, what does a quality ePortfolio look like? What are the essential components to showcase student learning? How can you support students as they synthesize their learning experiences into a tool for employment? 

    Join us for an online training that outlines the components of high-quality ePortfolios. This program is example-heavy and will include a multitude of visual references to help you conceptualize quality ePortfolios.  You will take away a rubric for assessing ePortfolios, as well as tips on establishing an ePortfolio strategy to support experiential learning at your institution.

     

    350    

    3/25/2014

    2-3pm

    McGrow Hill Achieving Standards Alignment and Learning Outcomes Through Digital Technologies Across the Curriculum Free   x

    3/25/2014

    11am-12pm

    Wiley Leraning Institute

    Teaching for Critical Thinking

    Critical thinking involves students (and teachers) being able to identify and research the assumptions that frame how they think and act. Only if assumptions are accurate and valid can we trust them as guides for thought and action. Studies of critical thinking show that two factors are crucial to learning critical thinking – seeing teachers model the process and experiencing it as a social learning process. In this workshop Stephen Brookfield will model critical thinking and will introduce a number of classroom activities that can actively engage students in learning how to think critically.

    At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

    • Incorporate into your teaching at least 3 techniques for modeling critical thinking for students
    • Create at least two new classroom exercises to get your students to think critically
    • Utilize at least two classroom assessment techniques to demonstrate critical thinking

    http://wileylearninginstitute.com/co...ing-259747081/

         

    3/19/2014

    2pm-3pm

    Respondus

    Respondus 4.0: Create & Manage Exam Content

    Learn how to save time by creating and managing your online exams with Respondus 4, including importing test questions from Word files, using official publisher test banks, and more. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end.

         
               

    3/19/2014

    2pm -3:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Multiple Choice Tests & Bloom’s Taxonomy: How To Assess Different Levels Of Learning

    Do you use multiple choice tests in your courses? If so, how do they stack up in terms of effectiveness? Multiple choice tests are probably the most common form of assessment used in colleges and universities, but often times they barely scrape the surface of students’ understanding, only measuring memorization skills. If written effectively however, multiple-choice tests can successfully assess higher order thinking skills.

    In this webinar, participants will learn how to evaluate appropriate uses of multiple choice tests and determine when they are most effective. They will also be presented with the best guidelines for developing multiple choice items, as well as how to develop exams that evaluate learning beyond simply recalling facts.

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    3/19/2014

    12pm-1:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Personalizing Online Learning: Tools & Strategies To Increase Engagement & Success

    Research finds that students who report feeling a personal connection with their instructor also indicate higher levels of engagement. As highlighted by Bates and Poole (2003), “Teaching is the creation of opportunities that facilitate learning… learning is essentially a social process, requiring communication among learner, teacher, and others. This social process cannot effectively be replaced by technology, but technology may facilitate and even enhance it.”

    This presentation will examine unique considerations of student engagement in the online classroom, introduce practical strategies to enhance online student course engagement via personalizing the learning experience, and explore multimedia tools that can be integrated to foster a personalized connection.

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    3/18/2014

    2pm - 3:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Teaching Critical Thinking For Academic Success, Career Readiness & Personal Development

    This workshop provides practical information you can use immediately on how to teach critical thinking for academic success, career readiness, and personal development with understandable, approachable, and applicable classroom strategies. Participants will learn how to apply an effectively simple model for critical thinking and recognizing cognitive biases and traps. While the emphasis will be on classroom strategies to promote these skills, this webinar will also raise issues that will help student services professionals (advisors, career counselors) assist students as they consider their course of study and choice of major.

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    3/18/2014

    12pm-1:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Innovative Strategies To Prevent Cheating & Enhance Learning In The Classroom

    This webinar will briefly review the reasons behind the problem of cheating and offer practical information and tips to enhance learning, encourage honesty, and prevent negative behaviors. Beginning with how to create a respectful learning environment, Dr. Francis will present information that is being used across the country to benefit students and help instructors monitor progress and preserve the integrity of the course across different learning platforms.

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    3/13/2014 Turnitin

    Study Results: The Effectiveness of Turnitin in Higher Education

    Turnitin recently analyzed more than 55 million student papers from 1003 higher education institutions in the United States to understand the change in levels of unoriginal content in student papers and the impact of digital grading over time. In this webcast, we will delve into the study, "Turnitin Effectiveness in U.S. Colleges and Universities," the most comprehensive study on unoriginal student writing and digital grading in higher education to date.
    Free   x

    3/12/2014

    12pm- 1:30pm

    Educause

    The Horizon Report in Action: Emerging Technologies Today and Tomorrow

    Wondering what the new developments in educational technology are for higher education? Join Malcolm Brown and Veronica Diaz of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) as they review the Horizon Report and examine ways in which it may be put to work at your institution. During this live, one-and-a-half hour webinar, they will review various emerging technologies likely to have a significant impact on teaching, learning, or creative expression over the next five years and they’ll highlight how institutions across the world are implementing these technologies.
    Free   x

    3/5/2014

    12pm-12:30pm

    Turnitin

    Getting to the (Power)Point:  Addressing Plagiarism in Student Presentations

    What are some best practices for using student presentation assignments to help build their media and digital literacy skills? In this webcast, the presenters will share strategies for working to enhance student understanding of proper citation and attribution when using media in presentations and projects.

    Free   x

    3/3/2014

    3pm-4pm

    Wiley Faculty Network

    Survival Guide to Teaching Online: Structuring Your Online Course to Motivate Today’s Student

    There are various models for structuring an online course. Several of these online models do not provide comparable results to on-campus learning options and can lead to huge drops in student participation and motivation. In this Guest Lecture, professor and WFN Mentor, Sarah Hoffman, will share a model she has used that has proven successful over the past couple years
    Free   x

    2/28/2014

    12pm-1:30pm

    Innovative Educators

    Critical Thinking In The Online Classroom: Instructional Strategies That Work

    This webinar will highlight the role of interactivity in fostering students’ critical thinking. Participants will receive an overview of instructional strategies that prompt critical analysis, synthesis, and applied integration. Through our discussion, instructors will learn empirically based strategies for enhancing critical thinking and techniques for transferring instructional techniques to the virtual classroom. They will also be provided with practical suggestions for the innovative use of critical thinking strategies in online courses. 

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    2/27/2014 12pm - Turnitin

    Ghostbusting: Getting the Ghostwriter Out of Your Class

    How "custom" are custom essays written by writers for hire? And, what do students expect to receive when they pay for a paper? More importantly, how can instructors effectively identify purchased papers and guide students away from using these services?
    In this webcast, we will share strategies and approaches for identifying ghostwritten work as well as how instructors can turn students away from using custom essay writing services.
    Free   x

    2/26/2014

    1pm-2pm

    Respondus

    StudyMate Instructor Training: Creating Learning Activities

    Learn how to create StudyMate activities and engage students with your course content, including leveraging publisher test banks, teaching tips and best practices. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end.
    Free   x

    2/20/2014

    1pm-2pm

     

    Respondus

    LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor Instructor Training

    This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end.
    Free   x

    2/20/2014

    11am-12pm

    Adobe

    Flipped Classrooms and Slam Dunks - Bring your A-game!

    Join Renaldo on February 20 at 9 a.m. PST for this live webinar presented by Adobe to learn all about Flipped Classrooms, Student Assessment Technologies and Learner Intervention and Collaboration - all done without programming in a few clicks. Learn how to easily create interactive classroom content and create videos of your lessons in a jiffy -- all from your desktop -- which you can publish to popular video sharing sites like YouTube in a single click. Don't just stop there. Also see how you can track these videos, test your students and identify those students -- early in your course -- who need special attention and focus, and bring them up to speed with the rest of the class. 

    Free   x

    2/19/2014

    12 pm -1pm

    Educause

    Geographies of Learning: How Students Navigate, Use and Learn from Digital Resources

    The presenters will report key findings from a large-scale study of students’ use of digital resource sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The students were surveyed about learning preferences and differences between their information-seeking habits in academic situations versus those related to personal interest. The research found students' approaches to information seeking are dependent on context and that their information-seeking behaviors are shaped by different factors. We used these factors to develop profiles of personas of students that describe four distinct types of students based on their approaches to learning and information seeking.

    Free   x

    2/13/2014

    12pm-1pm

     

    Turnitin

    Literacy is Fundamental:Leveraging Critical Reading to Improve Student Writing

    How has the immediacy, ready access to, and wealth of information online impacted student literacy? And, how do we work to engage students in approaching information—and reading—in a way that helps to enhance their writing skills?

    In this webcast, we will share strategies for engaging students in reading critically towards improving their research skills and ultimately their ability to think and write critically.

    Free   x

    2/6/2014

    12:30 -1:15 pm

    AECT

    Learning Analytics - Potential and Principles

    In this webinar, the presenter will discuss how the emerging Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining communities are combining these data sources with data mining methods in order to scalably use this data to make basic discoveries about learners and learning. The presenter will both discuss learning analytics methods in general, and some of their key applications in studying and supporting learners.
    Free   x

    2/5/2014

    1 -2 pm

    Sloan

    Blended Learning: Transforming Higher Education for the 21st Century

    Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation (IMPACT) is a successful campus-wide course redesign and faculty development program at Purdue University, a large R1 research university in Indiana. Sponsored by the office of the Provost, it is supported by staff and resources from multiple units across campus, including the Libraries, the Center for Instructional Excellence (CIE), Instructional Technologies at Purdue (ITaP), and Purdue Distance Education (PEC). At the end of 2013, after a 4-year implementation, IMPACT will have helped faculty transform over 90 large foundational courses from all colleges/schools across campus – in the process, working closely with over 100 faculty to do so.

    Free   x

    1/28/2014

    1 -2 pm

    Sloan

    Competency-Based Degree Programs and Online Education

    The purpose of this webinar is to examine how online competency-based degree programs are beginning to impact traditional online programs and to share strategies for preparing for these impacts.

    Free   x

    1/28/2014

    12 -1 pm

    AECT

    What Does the Future Hold for Instructional Designer/Technologist Roles?

    This webinar offers a glimpse into some important changes that seem likely for people in the profession at this point in time. It promises to be valuable for all instructional designers and technologists by helping them prepare for the disruptive changes that have the potential to disrupt their careers.
    Free   x

    1/24/2014

    1pm -2pm

    TLT Group

    FridayLive! There's an APP for that! 5.0

    Apps are everywhere. We use them to play games, look up movie showtimes, check the weather, and much more. • How do we, as educators, leverage these apps in our classrooms to enhance student's learning? • What apps work best for promoting active learning and engagement? In this session, we will provide examples for using apps in your classrooms across multiple types of devices. Whether you have an iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Google Chrome, we will demonstrate apps that benefit you and your students.
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    1/21/2014

    1pm -2pm

     

    Crafting an Effective MOOC: One Community College's Experice

    Pat James Hanz of Mt. San Jacinto College will provide an overview of their experience in developing and offering their first course.  We also asked her to provide some lessons learned in case your instituion is interested in joining the fun.

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    1/14/2014

    1pm -2pm

     

    Copyright in Academia

    Topics covered in this session include:
           Copyright defined
           Exclusive rights
           Transfer of copyright
           Fair Use
           Public domain
    From course management systems to e-reserves, technology and changes to copyright law are affecting the way faculty, staff, and students share information. This program is intended to provide a quick, but in-depth look at important concerns surrounding the use of copyright-protected content within an academic environment.
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