Program  

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Tuesday, April 2
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Registration Opens
Room: Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Pre-Conference Workshop: Skate to Where the Puck is Going
Dr. Jeff Borden and Romy Hughes
Room: Jackson
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1:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Opening Session, General Session Speaker
Room: Grand Ballroom
 
2:45 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Networking time/Break
 
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • CANCELLED: Using Quantitative and Qualitative Student Readiness Data to Impact Student Persistence
    Debby Hailwood, M.A., Instructor, Ashford University
    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Chicago

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  • Applied Copyright: Find and Use Digital Media!
    Barbara Waxer, Copyright Educator and Multimedia Author, Santa Fe Community College
    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: State

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  • Conflicted: Faculty and Online Education 2012
    Richard Novak, Interim Vice President for Continuing Studies and Distance Education, Rutgers University

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Madison

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  • Learn and Collaborate: Integrating Technology to Promote Student Success
    Julie Dilling, Accounting Faculty, Moraine Park Technical College
    Matt Hurtienne, Dean of Information Technology, Moraine Park Technical College

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Jackson

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  • Are your Online Students Really the Ones Registered for the Course?
    Ann M. Jenkins, Instructional Designer, Iowa Community College Online Consortium
    Jeff Maynard, CEO, Biometric Signature

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Randolph

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  • Increasing Learning & Reducing Costs: The Case for Redesign
    Carolyn Jarmon, Ph.D., Vice President, National Center for Academic Transformation

    Track: Distinguished Speaker; Room: Lincoln

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4:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Networking time/Break
 
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Got ER-Now what?
    Tracy Sleep, Student Services & Institutional Research Manager, Iowa Community College Online Consortium

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Ogden

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  • Giving Math Tests Online Using MyLabs
    Jennie Weber, Online Instructor, Lake Region State College

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Randolph

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  • The World in Your Pocket — Learning to Teach With Your Mobile Device
    Gail Krovitz, Director of Academic Solutions Development, Pearson

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Madison

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  • Using Technology to Facilitate Course Redesign in Accounting
    Kate Demarest, Chair, Professor, Carroll Community College

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Reducing the Distance in Distance Education: Using Video-based Technology to Humanize Online Learning
    Dr. Lori Werth, Assistant Professor of Education, Northwest Nazarene University

    Dr. Eric Werth, Director of E-Learning Services, Northwest Nazarene University

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Jackson

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  • Opening Up Access — The Explosion of DIY College, Dual Credit, MOOC’s and More
    Mickey Revenaugh, co-founder and Executive Vice President, Connections Academy
    Myk Garn, Vice President for Academic Strategies, StraighterLine
    Todd Hitchcock, Senior Vice President, Online Solutions & Business Development, Pearson

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Lincoln

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5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Cite Welcome Reception/Exhibit Time


 
 
Wednesday, April 3

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast
Room: Burnham Ballroom, 4th Floor
 
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
General Session: Dan Pink
Room: Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor
 
10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Networking time/Break
 
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • A Research-based Approach to Improving Social Pedagogy
    Sean York, Senior Learning Technologies Architect, Pearson eCollege
    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Madison

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  • Designing for Effective Assessment in Your Course(s)
    Rachel Cubas, Senior Academic Trainer & Consultant Higher Education Assessment Specialist, Pearson eCollege
    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Lincoln

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  • Change Management in Education — Be Ready!
    Kirsten Black, University of Sunderland, Sunderland UK
    Pamela Kachka, Academic Trainer & Consultant, Pearson eCollege
    Gail Krovitz, Ph.D., Director of Academic Solutions Development, Pearson

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Chicago

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  • FAST Forward to Student Success
    Kathie O’Brien, Instructor, North Idaho College

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Digital Storytelling and Backchannels: Building Student Engagement with Multiple Modalities
    Amy Edwards Patterson, Communications Instructor, Moraine Park Technical College

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Jackson

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  • Empowering Learners with Online Academic Support: Experiences from Two Institutions
    Tracy Sleep, Student Services & Institutional Research Manager, Iowa Community College Online Consortium

    Danielle Laban, Director, Learning Services, Assistant Professor, Colorado Technical University

    Carolyn Linkous, Implementation Specialist, Smarthinking, A Pearson Company

    Track: Student Services in an Online Environment; Room: State

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  • A Cloud-based Tool Demonstration for Visually Mapping & Planning LOM
    Greg Rose, Director of Online Operations, Park University

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Ogden

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11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Networking time/Break
 
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Using LOM for Outside Agencies
    Susan Colaric, Assistant Vice President Instructional Technology, Saint Leo University
    Karen Hahn, Associate Dean, School of Education and Social Services, Saint Leo University
    Dr. Candace Roberts, Faculty, Saint Leo University
    Dr. Sharyn Disabato, DirectorGraduate Studies in Education, Saint Leo University
    Karee Parks, Instructional Technology Department Coordinator, Saint Leo University

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: State

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  • The Kaplan Way for Learning
    Lorraine Williams, Vice Provost, Curriculum & Innovation, Kaplan University
    Jean Kotsiovos, Executive Director of Curriculum, Kaplan University
    Mike Scorzo, Assistant Dean of Curriculum for the School of Legal Studies, Kaplan University

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Madison

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  • Lateral Thinking in Online Education
    Rob Kadel, Ph.D., Research Scientist for Higher Education in the Center for Online Learning, Pearson

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Chicago

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  • “The Road Less Traveled”: Course Redesign at CSU Bakersfield
    Brooke Hughes, Instructor, California State University, Bakersfield
    Randi Brummett, Full Time Lecturer, California State University Bakersfield

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Collaboration Out of the Box: Building Knowledge and Community in an Online Classroom
    Lilia Pavlovsky, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Randolph

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12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Lunch
Burnham Ballroom, 4th Floor
 
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • No One has to Lose for Everyone to Win
    Mid-South Academic Resource Collaboratory (MARC)

    Mike Abbiatti, Executive Director, Arkansas Research and Education Optical Network

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Jackson

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  • Lecture Capture: Low Tech to High Tech Solutions for Capturing your Presentation
    Jean Kotsiovos, Executive Director of Curriculum, Kaplan University
    Steve Garwood, Director of Instructional Design and Technology, Rutgers University

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Ogden

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  • Peer-Peer Assessment, Mentoring, and Targeted Professional Development
    Sarah Green, Faculty Development Associate, Ashford University
    Manon Chadwick, Lead Faculty Development Associate, Ashford University

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: State

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  • Flipping the General Chemistry Classroom
    Matthew W. Stolzfus, Chemistry Lecturer, Ohio State University

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Games ARE for Learning
    Tahnja Wilson, Manager, Instructional Design and New Media, Arizona State University Online

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Madison

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  • Tips From the Field – How We Implemented and Use Learning Outcome Manager
    Dr. Michael Barr, Dept. Chair, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
    Jeff Harmon, Associate Director of eLearning, Ocean County College
    Dr. Becky Sisk, Associate Professor, Chamberlain College of Nursing
    Sarah Duff, M.Ed., Director of Assessment, EDMC OHE
    Brian Epp, M.Ed., Manager, Assessment & Analytics Group, Pearson eCollege (Panel Moderator)

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Chicago

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  • Social Media for Teaching and Learning
    Rob Kadel, Ph.D., Research Scientist for Higher Education in the Center for Online Learning, Pearson
    Jeff Borden, Ph.D., VP of Instruction & Academic Strategy and Lead of the Center for Online Learning, Pearson
    Hester Tinti-Kane, VP of Marketing, Social Media Strategy, Pearson

    Track: Distinguished Speaker; Room: Lincoln

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3:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Break/Networking Time
 
3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Campus is closed, online classes are open. Lessons learned from a 4-week online course pilot

    Rebecca Hannum, ICCOC Partner Services/SSC Coordinator of Distance Learning, Iowa Community College Online Consortium

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Chicago

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  • What’s all this talk about flipping?
    Pamela Kachka, Academic Trainer & Consultant, Pearson eCollege

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Lincoln

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  • The Only Constant is Change
    Simon Thomson, Head of E-Learning, Leeds Metropolitan University

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Randolph

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  • Mathematics Course Redesign: Transforming the Transitional
    Crystal Ingle, Learning Specialist, Northwest-Shoals Community College

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • CANCELLED: Student Engagement: The Student-Driven Classroom and Improving Instructor Presence Online
    Kristen Pearson Westrick, English Instructor, Georgia Piedmont Technical College
    Dr. Amit Dave, Math Instructor, Georgia Piedmont Technical College

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Jackson

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  • Interesting and Effective: A New Model for Student Orientation and Success
    Susan Colaric, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President, Saint Leo University
    Kathryn McFarland, Vice President of Enrollment and Online Programs, Saint Leo University

    Track: Student Services in an Online Environment; Room: Ogden

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  • OpenClass ExCITEment: The ACU Story
    Dr. Melinda Thompson, Director of Instructional Design, Abilene Christian University

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Madison

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4:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Break/Networking Time
 
4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Inter-Institutional Rubric Authoring and Student Learning Outcome Data Sharing Collaboration
    Jeff Weber, Faculty, Iowa Lakes Community College
    Roy Blaine, Faculty and Court Administrator, Blue Mountain Community College
    Brian Epp, M.Ed. Manager, Assessment & Analytics Group, Pearson eCollege

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Madison

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  • Using Infographics in Online Learning
    Sean Nufer, eLearning Specialist, TCS Education System

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Ogden

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  • Leveraging Faculty Behavior for Academic Support
    Sue Cannon, Associate Director of Instructional Services, Ashford University
    Sally Deckard, Associate Director of Instructional Services, Ashford University

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Randolph

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  • Multi-Sensory Communication: A Guide to Engaging Students
    Julie Ricke, Instructional Designer, eduKan
    Steve Muth, Co-founder, President, VoiceThread

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Jackson

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  • Does Student Readiness Matter?
    Tara Boozer, National Account Manager, SmarterServices

    Track: Student Services in an Online Environment; Room: State

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  • Flipping The MOOC
    Jeff Borden, Ph.D., VP of Instruction & Academic Strategy and Lead of the Center for Online Learning, Pearson

    Track: Distinguished Speaker; Room: Lincoln

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End of Day 2
Free evening


 
 
Thursday, April 4

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Breakfast
Room: Burnham Ballroom, 4th Floor
 
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
General Session: Jane McGonigal
Room: Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor
 
10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Networking time/Break
 
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Integrated Mathematics Course Design, Learning Strategies and Assessment Model
    Abour H. Cherif, National Associate Dean of College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, DeVry University
    John McManamon, National Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator, DeVry University
    Marylou Murphy, Associate Professor of Mathematics, DeVry University
    Doug Nottingham, Chair, DeVry National Statistics Committee, Senior Professor, DeVry University
    Bob Aron, Ph.D., M.B.A., Dean, Program Development, Academic Affairs, DeVry University

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Chicago

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  • LX Design: Evidence-based Learning Solutions
    Jeff Bergin, Vice President of Digital Design & Development, Pearson
    Shawn Mahoney, Vice President of Research & Evaluation, Pearson

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Madison

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  • A Better Way to Hire Adjunct Faculty
    Jason Wyrick, Academic Trainer & Consultant, Pearson eCollege

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Ogden

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  • Perspectives and Advice from Experienced Leaders in Course Redesign
    EDUCATOR PANEL moderated by Carolyn Jarmon

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Yale Closes Distance Learning Gap with Face-to-Face Interactive Courses
    Richard Collins, Online Learning Program Manager, Yale University
    Andrew Goletka, Vice President of Corporate Development, Watchitoo

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: State

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  • State of Mobile
    Jeremy Rudy — Mobile Product Manager, Pearson eCollege

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Lincoln

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11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch, The Second City, Cite Excellence Awards
Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor
 
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Trends and Issues in Accreditation
    Cindy Lewis, Vice President of Academic Operations, Palm Beach Atlantic University
    Rick Hubbard, Media Instructional Designer, Palm Beach Atlantic University

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Ogden

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  • Improving Access and Completion with Self-Paced Online Courses: One School’s Adoption
    Dr. Catrina Poe, Vice President of Solutions, Pearson
    Sarah Marino, Vice President of Academic Support, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Chicago

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  • Tablets, Tablets, Everywhere – Reflections of an iPad Academy
    Mark White, Director Center for Teaching Excellence, Clarkson College

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Jackson

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  • An Administrative View — Course Redesign at West Virginia University at Parkersburg
    Dr. Rhonda Tracy, Senior VP Academic Affairs, West Virginia University, Parkersburg

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Why do Students Fail? Students’ Perspective
    Dr. Abour H. Cherif, National Associate Dean of College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, DeVry University
    Farahnaz Movahedzadeh, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Harold Washington College Chicago
    Gerald E. Adams, Ph.D., Professor of Geology and Earth Science, Columbia College Chicago
    Jeremy Dunning, Ph.D., Professor of Geophysics and Dean Emeritus, Indiana University

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Madison

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  • Project Bootstraps: Next-Generation Predictive Modeling of Student Success
    Tracy Sleep, Student Services & Institutional Research Manager, Iowa Community College Online Consortium
    Ann Jenkins, Instructional Designer, Iowa Community College Online Consortium
    Luke Cable, Data Scientist, Pearson eCollege

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Lincoln

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2:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Break/Networking time
 
2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • Online Education Mainstreamed: Really?
    Patricia Bassett, Director of Online Learning, Palm Beach Atlantic University

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Ogden

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  • Incorporating Digital Badges in Marketing Curriculum for Demonstrated Learning
    Chrisann Merriman, Associate Professor of Marketing, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Randolph

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  • Teaching Fully Online: A Comprehensive Certification Program
    Desmond Morris, Assistant Director, Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence, Texas Christian University

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Jackson

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  • Tools & Techniques for Assessing Curriculum Changes: A Case Study
    Roy Blaine, Faculty & Court Administrator, Blue Mountain Community College
    Brian Epp, M.Ed., Manager, Assessment & Analytics Group, Pearson eCollege
    Katie Cole, Data Scientist in Enterprise Analytics, Pearson

    Track: Course Redesign; Room: Columbus

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  • Elevating Social: How to Engender Student Social Activity in the Class…and Why We Should
    Dr. Colin Marlaire, Director, Faculty Center, National University

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Madison


  • The Art of Mentoring at a Distance
    Sharon DeVary, Instructional Designer/Adjunct Professor of Technology, Palm Beach Atlantic University

    Track: Student Services in an Online Environment; Room: State

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  • Technology That Wows Your Students Can Be Simple
    Scott Gaspar, IT Manager, Education Management Corporation (EDMC)
    Matt Dalzell, Solutions Architect, Professional Services/Technical Consulting Team, Pearson
    Julie Smetana, Product Owner, Professional Services/Technical Consulting, Pearson

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Chicago

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  • Get In The Game – Measuring What Works and What Doesn’t
    Jeff Borden, Ph.D., VP of Instruction & Academic Strategy and Lead of the Center for Online Learning, Pearson
    Katherine McKnight, Principal Director of Research, Center for Educator Effectiveness
    John Behrens, Ph.D. – Digital Data, Analytics & Adaptive Learning
    Katie McClarty, Ph.D. – College & Career Success
    Peter Foltz, Ph.D. – NextGen Learning & Assessment

    Track: Distinguished Speaker Series; Room: Lincoln

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3:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Break/Networking Time
 
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Concurrent Sessions

  • The Openness Index: Understanding Open Initiatives
    Patrick Masson, Founder, The 2-3-98 Project, Apereo Foundation

    Track: Actionable Insights; Room: Ogden

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  • Maximize Student Learning Experiences Through Relevant Video and Trans Media
    Dave Small, Curriculum Development Liaison, Pearson Custom Curriculum
    Liesl Riddle, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, The George Washington University School of Business
    Jeff Larsen, CEO & President, InTheTelling

    Track: Best Practices for Creating Impactful Course Content; Room: Randolph

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  • Engaging Social Media for Educators
    Anibal Pacheco, Instructional Technologist, eduKan

    Track: Best Practices for Engaging Faculty; Room: Jackson


  • Kaplan University’s Custom Student Experience
    Damien Cooper, Vice President of Innovation, Kaplan Inc

    Track: Improving Student Experience and Engagement; Room: Madison

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  • ASU and OpenClass: Are We Alone? Teaching Science Through Exploration
    Ariel Anbar, Professor, Arizona State University
    Dr. Lev Horodyskyi, Instructor, Arizona State University

    Track: Pearson Solutions; Room: Chicago

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4:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Networking time/Break
 
4:45 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.
Cite 2013 Closing Session: Online Educational Delivery Models: What to Expect Next

Phil Hill, Educational Technology Consultant and Analyst

For almost two decades, the world of online education has been evolving. Entering 2013, we are presented with a confusing array of educational delivery models. Ranging from relatively traditional classrooms to fully-online courses, online education is being integrated into the college experience for almost one-third of students. Many of these models, such as Massive Open Online Classes (MOOCs), are geared towards accessibility and affordability. Other models focus on personalized learning styles, such as competency-based education. Traditional LMS providers and textbook publishers are also trying to find their places in this new world, promoting yet different models. Phil’s talk will help shed light on these approaches and what to expect in the next few years.

 
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cite Celebration

Skydeck, 99th Floor Willis Tower

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