Archives - February, 2020

Leading Change to Propel Digital Learning Projects: Conversations are Key

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Dr. Amanda E. Major, OLC Institute faculty, OLC IELOL co-director and faculty, and one of the facilitators of an OLC Innovate 2020 pre-conference workshop

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The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is reaching out to our global community of thought leaders and practitioners to bring you insights from the field of online, blended, and digital learning. This week, Dr. Amanda E. Major, OLC Institute faculty, OLC Read More >

Leading Change to Propel Digital Learning Projects: Conversations are Key

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Dr. Amanda E. Major, OLC Institute faculty, OLC IELOL co-director and faculty, and one of the facilitators of an OLC Innovate 2020 pre-conference workshop

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The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is reaching out to our global community of thought leaders and practitioners to bring you insights from the field of online, blended, and digital learning. This week, Dr. Amanda E. Major, OLC Institute faculty, OLC Read More >

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Keeping the Humanity in Online Learning: Support Systems Are Not Just Technological

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 John Vivolo, Director of Online Education at the Katz School of Science and Health of Yeshiva University, and session presenter at OLC Innovate 2020

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This is the second in a series of blog posts entitled: Leadership in Online Learning. Each post will build toward an upcoming presentation at OLC Innovate 2020 in Chicago, IL. Join me for the Present and Reflect Session entitled: Online Read More >

Enriching Conference Sessions with Social Annotation

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Jeremy Dean, Director of Education, Hypothesis and Lynette O’Keefe, Director, Research & Innovation, OLC

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Gathering face-to-face and virtually at professional events is a powerful way to develop understanding and make connections. But so often, the benefits of these events are limited to the moment: we experience the keynoters and presenters, we converse at our Read More >

Bring Meaning to Online Discussion with Intentional Design

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Melissa Brydon, Associate Professor of Special Ed, Regis University and Jill Giacomini, Instructional Designer, University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus

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“Submit your initial post (minimum 200 words/maximum 300 words) by Wednesday night at midnight. Respond to two of your peers (minimum of 75 words) by Friday at midnight. Make sure you cite references supporting your post using APA style.” If Read More >

Insights from the Field: Leadership in Online Learning

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Elisabeth Stucklen

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The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is reaching out to our global community of thought leaders, faculty, innovators, and practitioners to bring you insights from the field of online, blended, and digital learning. This week, Dr. Bettyjo Bouchey, OLC Institute faculty Read More >

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Making the Most of the Moments you Have as a Presenter

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Todd Conaway, Instructional Designer, UW | Bothell, OLC Presenter Services

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Whether you are new to presenting at conferences or a seasoned veteran, you can always improve your skills and possibly lessen your anxieties. And these days, conferences have all kinds of presentation formats to choose from and attend. What are Read More >