|September 14, 2012|
|9:30 am||to||11:00 am|
Date: Friday, September 14, 2012
Place: 320 Laws Hall
Regional faculty and staff can attend the session virtually via Elluminate (a web conferencing program). Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org. and note that Elluminate will be used. A minimum of 4 Elluminate participants is required for the session. CELTUA will notify you if the minimum number is not met. Please use the link below to join the seminar via Elluminate:
To add this Elluminatesession to your calendar, please click the following link:
Jason T. Abbitt, Educational Psychology, will moderate the session. His research focuses on the preparation of preservice teachers for technology integration into classroom teaching practices and the integration of emerging technologies into higher education courses and distance learning environments. He is the managing editor for the Journal of Interactive Online Learning.
Suzanne Gord, Instructional Design and Technology Specialist, she divides her time between the Oxford and Hamilton campuses, where she works with faculty who are developing hybrid and online courses. She is currently facilitating CELTUA’s Top 25 E-Learning Faculty Learning Community.
Janet Hurn, Coordinator of Regional E-Learning Initiatives, works with faculty in developing online and hybrid courses as well as providing training for those efforts. She also provides strategic planning and coordination for future offerings and support services for faculty and students.
Jim Porter, English; Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies, focuses his research on how to teach writing and composition courses online. He is currently leading a research team in the Composition Program studying the effectiveness of online writing courses.
Beth Uhler, Psychology, has been teaching online courses since 1999. Her research interests include the use of technology in teaching and learning and computer-supported interaction.
Space is limited to the first 25 registrants.