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 E3 Engagement, Empowerment & E-learning - A One Day Learning Conference

To REGISTER for this event, please visit Fairfield University's conference site.

The Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium and Fairfield University are proud to present:

The E3 Conference 2014:Engagement, Empowerment, & E-learning
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at Fairfield University
A one day conference exploring the innovative use of educational technology in higher education with focus a on:
  • Instructional Design and Faculty Development:
    Quality standards, universal course design, accessibility, content curation, faculty mentorship, faculty workload management, gameification.
  • Open, Mobile, Global:
    Creative Commons, OER, MOOCs, international partnerships, technology impacting study abroad programs (i.e. digital storytelling), mobile technology in the classroom, mobile/responsive course design.
  • Student Success and Learner Support:
    Student orientation, learner support resources, social media, information literacy, self-regulated learning, online tutoring, online academic coaching, accessibility, supporting and engaging traditional and non-traditional student populations, adaptive learning, online remediation.
  • The Many Faces of Assessment:
    E-portfolios, authentic assessment, program assessment, competency-based models, badges, online proctoring, program evaluation, data analytics.
Our Featured Keynote Panel
Rob Robinson Rob Robinson
Dr. Rob Robinson is a Principal Strategist at Blackboard where he focuses on strategic consulting engagements in higher education and online program management.

Prior to coming to Blackboard in early 2012, Rob served as Assistant Vice Provost for Educational Technology at the University of Texas at San Antonio where he led online and hybrid course development and supported faculty and staff across the institution. From 1999 until 2010, Rob was a key leader with the University of Texas TeleCampus, a large-scale, system-wide organization supporting fully online degree programs, many of which were inter-institutional collaborative programs. Prior to that, Rob spent many years working in various technology roles within higher education institutions. He has consulted with organizations as diverse as the University of Missouri System, Troy University, and UC Berkeley Extension regarding the organization and management of large-scale online programs. Rob was also the Principal Investigator of the TxLOR, a statewide learning object repository for Texas.

Rob holds a BS and a Ph.D. from UT Austin and an MBA from St. Edward's University. He currently chairs the Board of Directors for the President of the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) and is immediate past President of that organization. From 2008 to 2012, he chaired the Distance Education Advisory Committee of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the State of Texas.

To REGISTER for this event, please visit Fairfield University's conference site.

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