OLC is hitting the road to meet with online learning professionals, educators and administrators to address the opportunities and challenges we all face in online higher education today.
Join your fellow online learning professionals, educators and administrators to hear from the experts and collaborate on solving the challenges we all face in online higher education today. You’ll get the chance to hear from regional experts regarding current and emerging trends in online learning, collaborate and network with your regional peers during group discussions on top-of-mind challenges that may impact the future of online learning – and your career.
If you are an education technology or distance learning company, this intimate one-day session will give you the chance to collaborate with educators, administrators, and online learning professionals – your potential clients in discussion forums, at lunch and in our small exhibitor showcase.
To become a sponsor, contact Brenda Weiss-Pesta by phone: 617-716-1417 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chronicle of Higher Education | October 17, 2019 - Right-Brained? Professors are susceptible to neuromyths — false beliefs about learning that arise from misunderstandings about the brain. So are the instructional designers and professional developers who support their teaching. That’s the main finding of “International Report: Neuromyths and Evidence-Based Practices in... Read More>
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The new class of OLC Fellows will be recognized for exceptional contributions to the field of digital and online learning during a ceremony at next month’s OLC Accelerate 2019 conference in Orlando. NEWBURYPORT, Mass. (Oct. 16, 2019) – The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) today announced the 2019 class of... Read More>
"This was my first time attending an OLC Collaborate event and I found the format of keynote presenter followed by very active discussion in breakout sessions refreshing and stimulating. It allows you to dive deeper into the topic, exploring and exchanging ideas with people from a diverse array of experiences and institutions."
Michelle Brannen, Media Literacy Librarian, University of Tennessee (OLC Collaborate – New Jersey Attendee)