July 8, 2013 - 1:00pmRebecca Petersen (edX, USA)Damian Bebell (Boston College, USA)Lynn Hunter (Massachusetts Bay Community College, USA)Jaime L L'heureux (Bunker Hill Community College, USA)Leadership and AdministrationInformation SessionLakeshore AInformation Session 150 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
Presenters will share outcomes and insights from a first-of-its-kind implementation of a blended edX MOOC at two Massachusetts community colleges.
July 8, 2013 - 2:00pmMaria Lytell (RAND Corporation, USA)ResearchInformation SessionLakeshore AInformation Session 250 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
We present results of a multi-method study including student and graduate surveys, original case studies, and a review of empirical research on blended learning.
July 8, 2013 - 3:00pmJuhong Liu (James Madison University, USA)Carolyn Schubert (James Madison University, USA)Student SupportInformation SessionLakeshore AInformation Session 350 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
This session will walk the audience through the life cycles of redesign, development, implementation and future models of student support in a blended program.
Fostering Blended Learning: Successful Partnerships and Faculty Development for Institutional ChangeJuly 9, 2013 - 9:10amChantal Levesque-Bristol (Purdue University, USA)Tomalee Doan (Purdue University, USA)Faculty Development and SupportInformation SessionLakeshore AInformation Session 450 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
IMPACT course redesign. Purdue University is flipping, blending, transforming, and reinventing the way we teach, students learn across the disciplines, and institutional change is fostered.
July 9, 2013 - 10:10amDr. Richard Jerz (St. Ambrose University, USA)Teaching and LearningInformation SessionLakeshore AInformation Session 550 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
By using modern technologies, education time can be creatively compressed, manipulated, and delivered to maximize a students learning endeavor. An instructor can "time-warp" education!