Over the last six months, several Learning Technology Center staff members have given presentations and workshops at national and regional conferences.
In February, Director of Learning Technology Nicole Weber co-presented, with Professor Matt Vick, “What it took to create my first adaptive course: A Faculty Perspective” as a webinar for the adaptive learning platform Realizeit.
In April, several LTC staff members presented or co-presented several presentations at the UW System Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase. The presentations were “Experiences incorporating a student perspective into an adaptive learning pilot project,” “Piloting adaptive learning with an upper-level professional course,” and “Open Educational Resources (OERs) to help transform students to learners.”
In August, Director of Learning Technology Nicole Weber co-presented “Building a comprehensive online and blended faculty development program” at the 2019 Distance Teaching and Learning (DTL) Conference. Learning Technology Specialist Andrew Cole also presented at the DTL Conference, facilitating a workshop called “Facilitate genuine communication in your online course.” Proceedings papers from the DTL Conference can be found at this link.
For more on the Learning Technology Center, please see the LTC website.