Our programming team is putting together a top-notch ALL ONLINE program of inspiring sessions—new sessions from featured speakers who will be presenting at FETC in January. Get a sneak preview of what FETC is about by attending this one-day virtual conference—featuring compelling presentations by the ed-tech visionaries who are shaping the way technology is utilized in the classroom today.
Interactive presentations from education technology leaders
A virtual networking lounge to reconnect with colleagues and make new contacts
Technology product and service demos in the virtual exhibit hall
Free content downloads and presentations-to-go
Assure your place at this dynamic, online event! Personalize the conference and explore the sessions and features that address your interests and needs. Invite your entire department, your staff and faculty to register—at NO CHARGE!
1:00-2:00 p.m. ET (UTC-4); convert to your time zone
Andy Calkins, Deputy Director, Elina Alayeva, Program Officer,
and Nancy Millichap, Program Officer from NGLC
Join NGLC and our partners at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) for a discussion on the field of next generation learning. In this special webinar, participants will learn techniques used to successfully transform educational outcomes with technology and will discover how experts in the field are putting next-generation learning into practice on their campuses. ELI has opened this event to non-members. Limited seating, register today.
Many of you have already started planning out your Fall courses. Keep in mind Fall semester will be the last semester Moodle 1 will be used. After Fall semester, only Moodle 2 courses will be available. All Moodle 1 courses will be archived in case you need to access them in the future.
If you have any questions about the Moodle 2 transition, please contact the Learning Technologies and Online Education staff. Also, please visit our Moodle Help site for supporting documentation: go.plymouth.edu/moodlehelp
Thank you for your time! And again, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
- LTOE Team
Presented by nationally acclaimed Jossey-Bass authors, the interactive, pedagogical workshops provide instructors with critical skills for today’s evolving world of academia. These workshops are held online giving instructors a flexible and cost effective way to learn as well as exchange knowledge with their colleagues, both domestic and abroad, by giving them contact with both the presenters and fellow attendees. They have workshops targeted towards new faculty, tenured faculty and even department chairs.
A full description of workshops, schedule, and pricing available HERE.
In 2005, the National Repository of Online Courses (NROC) created a set of design principles to guide the development of online learning content (learning objects) and courses that may be adapted for different teaching and learning needs. These principles remain very relevant today in the rapidly shifting technology and learning landscape. This webinar will explore NROC's design principles and their application for developing and facilitating rich 21st century learning experiences.
There are also a number of free, live Adobe Connect webinars which you can attend:
"Get current with the latest in Web technologies, tools and tips for online training, eLearning, distance education and similar Web-based communications. See Adobe® Connect™ in action. Join us for a one-hour Web seminar and learn how to easily combine learning assets with real-time interactivity for Web-based instructional experiences."
Available dates (all start at 2:00pm EST): June 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, July 2, 3, 6
Please contact Scott Robison (firstname.lastname@example.org) in LTOE if you would like an in-person Adobe Connect demo, and/or would like to use it on your own. We would appreciate introducing it to as many faculty/staff/students as possible and welcome your feedback!