Sloan-C Webinar Recordings
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The Sloan-C Accessibility Webinar Series 2013
Dates: January 15, February 12, March 14, April 23, 2013
The Sloan-C Accessibility Webinar Series 2013 includes four 90-minute webinars. The webinars focus on accessibility, including federal regulations, available resources, invisible disabilities, and effective practices for student and faculty success. Each webinar brings together a panel of administrative leaders, faculty, and students with accessibility expertise from across the United States who will provide individual and collective perspectives to working with students and faculty with disabilities in online education.
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This webinar is meant for those just embarking on the journey of online education and want to review some tips and tools to help enhance the learning experience for their students. This webinar can also be a good refresher for those who have completed Sloan-C Getting Started Workshop in the past.
- Webinar topics that will be covered;
- A basic overview of quality online courses.
- How to start the online course conversion process.
- Using Course Objectives To Lead The Design
- Building the Course Syllabus For The Online Classroom
- Developing A Strong Social Presence Online.
Join Sandra Coswatte for comparison of face-to-face and on-line teaching with reference to expectations, role adjustments and course design as well as a glimpse of technologies used.
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The purpose of the webinar is to provide relevant tools, knowledge, and skills on Instructional Design effective practices for faculty and practitioners to apply to online and blended course design and development. This information, as aligned within the Community of Inquiry (CoI) Framework, can assist faculty, course designers, instructional designers, and other practitioners in increasing engagement, learning, and success in the classroom. The audience will learn specific and fundamental tools and effective practices from Instructional Design that can positively impact the creation and development of an online course, strengthen the effectiveness of instructional delivery, and increase the opportunities for deeper student engagement and success. Additionally, participants will examine how the information can be the piece missing from the transition from theory to practice and utilize the examples for filling the gap between the two realms. Further, the audience will be able to take a virtual swag bag of documents from the webinar for future use.
This Research Symposium will discuss research-based solutions to one of the most daunting problems in American higher education – the continued loss of graduates in STEM areas. How do we counter the precipitous drop in STEM enrollments and how does the research being conducted enable STEM online programs to educate the workforce needed in STEM?
The panelists of this Research Symposium are members of the HP Catalyst Initiative, sponsored by Hewlett Packard. This network of educators explores new innovative approaches to teaching science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses online. These experts are also members of the Multi-Versity Consortium, led by Sloan-C and constructed around the idea of uplifting online STEM education worldwide.
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This webinar will share research, policy and promising practices that help adult learners who are parents, achieve workforce credentials and post secondary success, via online learning. We share original research on the experiences, challenges and successes of student parents in an online environment; along with examples of programs in both the community college and workforce development that target student parents with online learning options.
This webinar demonstrates an overview of Google Documents used for word processing, spreadsheet applications, presentations, surveys and calendars as well as video and text chatting. Participants will receive a step-by-step guide to help get started as well as gain ideas for classroom and departmental collaboration
We are professionals with demanding schedules. Technology is available to assist but may complicate our communication as we struggle with multiple attempts sending and receiving documents. We re-read redundant messages, and await responses from others. Collaboration has become important not only in the office environment but as a part of student learning. Changing paradigms in education suggest students learn best when partnered with others.
In this presentation, Arizona State University will discuss its experience deploying an academic engagement network to better engage and empower its faculty across the ASU virtual campus, spanning several online programs and staff committees. This session will explore ASU’s lessons learned, established best practices, and forward-looking strategies. Participants will learn about the emerging role of the academic engagement network in higher education, and its growing role in fostering vibrant faculty connections & collaboration.
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Today's Interactive learning solutions (think, iBook) can wow students with their visual appeal and engage them with their interactivity. But is the eye candy aspect of interactivity alone sufficient to ensure learning? Jigyaasa, a company committed to making learning fun and effective for students of all ages, combines the visual appeal of interactivity with practical aspects that foster student progress, ensure mastery of concept, and make it easy for teachers to ensure positive learning experiences and outcomes.
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Best in Track Presentation from ALN
Ensuring that distance learners have access to all student services is a critical component in a successful program, as well as in meeting accreditation requirements. Learn how to deliver student services for your virtual learners through one center in a single interaction, with minimal transfer to other parties
You don’t want to miss this month’s gathering! Are you looking to learn new tips/techniques to be more efficient in the online educational environment? Many of the individuals participating in our learning events state they are looking for new ways to increase efficiency. This brief training will provide an opportunity for you to learn different strategies. The February Certificate Program Meet & Learn will focus on learning to use three applications to improve your efficiency. Additionally, we’d like to encourage you to bring an application, tip, or technique to share with the group. The applications include:
University of the People (UoPeople) - a non-profit, tuition-free, online academic institution – aims at building a model capable of opening access to higher education for those currently constrained due to financial, geographic or societal restraints. By amalgamating open source technology, open educational resources, peer-to-peer learning and the goodwill of qualified volunteers, UoPeople is able to provide the opportunity of higher education for deprived individuals. Additionally, UoPeople’s model is capable of impacting higher education globally as parts of this model are adopted or replicated within universities and governments – thus scaling down the overall cost of higher education.
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