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Our Sloan-C Featured Certificate Program Graduate for March 2013 is Katherine Bankole-Medina.

Katherine Olukemi Bankole-Medina is a professor of history at Coppin State University specializing in African American History and African American Studies.

Mobile Learning + Higher Ed Twitter Chat

Submitted by hollyrae on February 21, 2013 - 12:55pm

 

The Sloan-C Institute is planning an online learning event where educators are encouraged to join in an interactive conversation on mobile learning in higher education. This event features special guest Scott Hamm, the Director of Mobile Learning Research at Abilene Christian University.


Promoting your Sloan-C Presentation

Submitted by hollyrae on February 13, 2013 - 1:59pm

Thanks for your support in getting the word out about your Sloan-C presentation.

When sharing in social media, use the hashtag #et4online or tag @et4online.

 Here are a few more ideas about promoting your session.

 

Our Sloan-C Featured Participant for February 2013 is Lori Townsend.

February 2013 Facilitator of the Month - Chris Thompson

Submitted by hollyrae on January 30, 2013 - 11:42am

 

Our Facilitator of the Month is Chris Thompson. This month he is facilitating Learning Environments: Mobile Apps. In 2012, Chris developed and facilitated Mobile App and Game Development for Sloan-C Institute, one of our first offerings featuring mobile learning.

 

 

Our Sloan-C Featured Certificate Program Graduate for February 2013 is Heidi Stevenson.


January 2013 Sloan-C Featured Certificate Program Graduate - Paul Dexter

 

Our Sloan-C Featured Certificate Program Graduate for January 2013 is Paul Dexter.

 

January 2013 Facilitator of the Month - Burks Oakley II

Submitted by hollyrae on January 8, 2013 - 4:08pm

 

January 2013 Facilitator of the Month - Burks Oakley II

 

 

January 2013 Sloan-C Institute Features Accessibility Webinar Series

 

Online educators and administrators who aim to achieve best practices in accessibility are taking note of Sloan-C's offerings in 2013, including a four part webinar series.