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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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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Best of Track Presentation at ALN 2011
Presenter will report on learning outcomes reported by various schools and districts piloting a comprehensive, multimedia-based Algebra 1 program, distributed openly on the Internet, developed by the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE). MITE believes that the new remix approach supported by this course can better serve diverse learner needs.
This webinar will focus on the use of asynchronous and synchronous assignments in teaching interviewing and assessment skills. Based on practical application of delivering course content using this format with students in a human services graduate program, participants will gain knowledge of scaffolding an asynchronous process through use of a self-assessment and a peer-assessment tool. Participants will also learn how to set up and moderate synchronous interview assignments that assist students in mastering interviewing and assessment skills.
Best in Track Presentation at ALN 2011
Knowledge is no longer power. The new power is turning Knowledge into Action…and results. This shift has serious implications for educators. Learn how a new instructional design approach known as “Natural Assessment” is helping educators produce graduates capable of performing meaningful tasks in real world settings.
Webinar Sponsored by Blackboard Collaborate
Each new generation of student brings with it their own strengths and weaknesses. The key is how to teach to those students and be able to capture their attention and make learning meaningful. Whether a Millennial, Gen-X, Baby Boomer, or the up-and-coming Digital Natives, all students have a learning style and the key is how to reach out and maximize learning by targeting their strengths. Learn how using collaboration technologies can make more productive and motivated learners and how Babson College was able to solve its challenge of how to get its blended MBA program to be as dynamic and energetic as its face-to-face courses.
This webinar will offer an insight on a pilot project on cloud computing and open source solutions applied to a rural school network in Spain, carried out by Galicia Supercomputing Center in Spain, and financed by HP Labs.
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This webinar will outline the standards of quality measures for mobile apps in education including how to search for appropriate apps and how to submit apps for peer reviews. It will also include the system wide approach for identifying, purchasing, piloting, and evaluating mobile devices and apps. In addition, mobile app resources will be presented of apps by discipline areas including PreK though Ph.D., subject areas including various specialized disciplines in higher education, education level from preschool to professional development, and workforce development and clusters; providing app resources and accessories for specialized areas such as student services, special needs, assistive technology (partnering with Griffin Technologies) educational games, and productivity apps for office and businesses.
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Innovations in online STEM learning are occurring globally. In this webinar, participants in the HP Multiversity Group, facilitated by Sloan-C, will present their projects.
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