About the Conference
Does your institution lack adequate classroom space to meet enrollment demand? Do you have limited instructional resources and wonder if blended learning can provide solutions?
Institutions of higher education around the world are using blended learning to meet institutional goals, enhance student learning, facilitate student access and find solutions to address diminishing resources. Faculty members and instructional designers use blended learning as a means for enhancing teaching and learning. Administrators strategically incorporate blended learning as a means of fulfilling their institution's mission and goals. Students draw on blended offerings to provide flexibility and improve their time to degree.
Join your colleagues at the 8th Annual Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop: Evidence to Practice- Fulfilling the Promise as we explore effective strategies, listen to each other's ideas and problem-solve together. The conference provides the opportunity for administrative leaders, faculty members, instructional designers and researchers to discover and share effective practices in blended learning.
Attendees will be able to attend two days of sessions including interactive workshops, information sessions, Great Ideas sessions, keynote address, plenary session and poster sessions focused on instructional practices, academic planning, faculty development and assessment/evaluation.
The Sloan Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop provides the opportunity for attendees to engage with one another throughout this conference by networking onsite and online, considering effective practices and discussing assessment strategies. As an attendee, you and your institution will benefit from this highly interactive conference as well as gain the ability to continue discussion and interaction post-conference via Sloan-C's asynchronous online Moodle site and online workshops.
Interested in learning more about the Blended Learning conference?
To view the 2010 program, click here.
MediaSite recordings of 2010 plenary sessions and featured workshop
View the 2010 conference proceedings.