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Creating an Institutional Culture that Embraces Accessibility and Supports Online Student Success - By Kristen Betts, Director of Online and Blended Learning, Armstrong Atlantic State University. Kristen Betts will be presenting “From Compliance to Culture: Building an Effective Infrastructure to Support Accessibility and Online Student Success” on October 11, 2012.
Online and On the Move - By Emily Boles, Senior Instructional Developer, University of Illinois, Springfield. Ray Schroeder will be presenting "Online and On the Move: Mobile Online Learning" on October 10, 2012.
Today's Campus Highlights Sloan-C Annual Conference in Nov-Dec Issue
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Watch the keynote and plenary recordings:
Plenary Panel: Evolution or Revolution? What's Happening with Traditional Online Learning?
Jeff Young (The Chronicle of Higher Education, US) - Panel Moderator
Jose Cruz (The Education Trust, US)
Alan Drimmer (University of Phoenix, US)
Jack Wilson (University of Massachusetts, US)
Plenary Address: Citizen Science - Authentic Participation in Research
Arfon Smith (Citizen Science-Adler Planetarium, US)
Press Release: October 9, 2012
Sonic Foundry Partners with the Sloan Consortium to Webcast International Conference on Online Learning
Call for Presentations for the 2013 conference will open in February 2013.
The Center for Intellectual Property (CIP) at University of Maryland University College, provides a critical forum for authoritative information and programming about intellectual property management. The center focuses on improving the understanding and use of intellectual property. To accomplish this mission, CIP provides certification, courses, conferences, online training, consultation services, electronic and print publications, and it provides continuous updates on legislative developments at the local, state, national and international level to help content users and developers remain abreast of IP issues that directly affect their work.