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Creating an Effective Online Learning Experience for Higher Ed [April 2, 2013]

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Discover ways to create effective online learning environments for students
and faculty. Higher education is experiencing significant change as courses are beginning to make the transition to online environments. Creating an effective experience for students of all comfort levels with online technology is a challenge. Explore ways in which video, texts, and social engagement can be combined to create a comprehensive learning environment that works to supplement the classroom. Or build an entirely online experience.

This webinar will also cover:

• Making content easy to locate and accessible to all
• Building online learning communities
• Empowering educators with tools for organizing and sharing all content
• Adapting to changing learning and content consumption habits of students
• Designing comprehensive online resources

Christopher Smith is the founder of and president of
American Graphics Institute. Based in Boston, he is the author of more than one
dozen technology books and series editor of Digital Classroom Books, published by John Wiley & Sons. At conferences he has shared the stage with notable technology thought leaders ranging from Yahoo CEO Marissa Myer to Apple board member Al Gore, and has served as a consultant to companies ranging from Scholastic to Google.

Publish on date: 
Tuesday, April 2, 2013

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