April 9, 2013 - 1:30pmCatheryn Cheal (San Jose State University, USA)Open and Accessible LearningInformation SessionCelebrity 7Information Session 150 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
MOOCs have evolved away from strictly massive open online courses. This session will present a comparison of MOOC monetization models, teaching methods, and pedagogical philosophy.
April 9, 2013 - 2:30pmDorothy (Willy) Fahlman (Athabasca University, Canada)Learning Spaces and CommunitiesInformation SessionCelebrity 7Information Session 250 MinutesBest in Track
Learn how regulated nurses use mobile devices in their healthcare workplaces for informal learning.
April 10, 2013 - 10:10amLynda Randall (California State University, Fullerton, USA)JoAnn Carter-Wells (CSU Fullerton, USA)Faculty and Student DevelopmentInformation SessionCelebrity 7Information Session 350 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
Strategies undertaken in a pilot program at large, urban university to increase the readiness of faculty and students for participation in online teaching and learning
April 10, 2013 - 11:10amMartin Rodriguez (IE Business School, Spain)Innovative Media and ToolsInformation SessionCelebrity 7Information Session 450 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
This presentation will focus on showing a marketing interactive simulation, giving high importance to the process followed in developing and teaching in class.
Unpacking the Impact of High-Touch Online Instruction: Following the Data Trail to Improved Student OutcomesApril 11, 2013 - 9:10amCatherine Honig (National Louis University, USA)Evidence-based LearningInformation SessionCelebrity 7Information Session 850 MinutesVirtual SessionBest in Track
A high-touch online instructor empirically examines the relationship between extensive instructor engagement and student participation, student perceptions, and student learning in online management courses.
Best in Track
Best-in-Track Awards are given to the proposal in each track that has achieved distinction in the review process. The selection is made via any combination of the following: highest combined review score, closest alignment to the conference goals, or recognition for distinction through peer reviewers, with final selection by the conference Program Chair(s) and Conference Chair.
Congratulations to our Best-in-Track Awardees!