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Learning Technologies Open House

The Office of Distance Education partnered with West Chester University to co-host the Learning Technologies Open House on October 27, 2017. Recordings of the presentations can be found below.

Transitioning from Traditional to Hybrid Courses

Rachel Salerno and Scheri Zuniga-Murphy, KU

Transitioning from Traditional to Hybrid Courses

Tabletop Gaming, an Aspect of Geographic Learning

Michael Davis, KU

Tabletop Gaming, an Aspect of Geographic Learning

Using D2L ePortfolios for Student Reflection, Feedback and Presentation

Bonnie Young, WCU

Using D2L ePorfolios for Student Reflection, Feedback and Assessment

Open Educational Resources in Mathematic

Eric Lanquist, KU

Open Educational Resources in Mathematics

Tracking Faculty and Academic Administrators' Attitudes and Practices Related to Online Education

Rui Li, WCU

Online Education at WCU-Faculty Attitudes and Practices

Going Deep in Social Media: Honing Analytics and Questioning Content

Keith Massie and Moe Folk, KU

 Going Deep in Social Media- Honing Analytics and Questioning Content

Making Participation Meaningful

Shannon Mrkich, WCU

Making Participation Meaningful

How I Moved Beyond "Chalk & Talk" Strategies Using Technology

John Walker, KU

How I Moved Beyond Chalk and Talk Strategies Using Technology

Technology and Formative Assessment Extravaganza

Angel Bestwick, KU

Technology and Formative Assessment Extravaganza