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Minnesota eLearning Summit - Program At A Glance - DRAFT
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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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Time SlotSessionTrack 1Track 2Track 3Track 4Track 5Track 6Track 7Track 8Track 9Track 10
Exhibitor Showcase
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RoomK3311K3320K3360T3470T3480T3600T3850T3930L3000L3100L3400
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8:30 AMWelcome to Summit:
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Introduction of Speaker: TBD
Keynote Presentation: Higher Education in the New Digital Ecosystem
Randy Bass, Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English, Georgetown University
Closing Comments and Dismissal: TBD
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10:00 - 11:00 AMAGlobal Classroom Collaborations with a Twist: Location Independent Teaching and Learning from Here, There and Back Again
Helen Mongan-Rallis, University of Minnesota Duluth
Writing with Light: Building a Low-Cost Lightboard at Carleton College
Eric Mistry, Carleton College
Consistency Matters: Templates in Course Design and Maintenance
Jay Hopkins, University of Minnesota
Engaging Icebreakers for Online or Face-to-Face Courses
Robin O'Callaghan, Winona State University
Beyond Content: The Life-Changing MOOC
Brad Hokanson, University of Minnesota
Engaged Brains: Strategies for Mastering Learner Engagement
Tracy King, InspirED
Online Learner Discussion Self-Grading: Sharing of an Innovative Teaching-Learning Strategy
Laura Schwarz, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Do It Yourself Recording Studio
Dan Hoisington, University of St. Thomas
Perceptions of Cyberbullying Within Higher Education
Julie Luker, Inver Hills Community College
What Should Your College/University’s Next LMS Look Like? For Many, it’s Schoology!
Robert Tousignant, Schoology
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How the New Generation of eAuthoring Tools are Making Our Lives Easier
Stephen Kelly, Century College
Making Accessibility Accessible: Engaging Instructors Empathetically
Cynthia Sarver, University of St. Thomas
Adaptive Learning - The Time is Now!
Niki Bray, WCET
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11:00 AMBreak
Posters and Exhibits - Skyway Level
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11:15 AM - 12:15 PMBConnectED Learning for Minnesota Educators
Jen Kohan, Education Minnesota
2 Specializations + 10 MOOCs: How Coursera Changed the Way We Create Online Learning at the Carlson School of Management
Amie Norden, University of Minnesota
Designing Blended Courses: An Integrative Approach
Darcy Turner, St. Paul College
Open Source Course Management System (OSCMS): Providing Online Learning Experiences and Positive Alternatives to Addictive Internet Use
Benjamin Agbo, University of Minnesota
Using eService-Learning to Engage Students in Experiential Learning
Jean Strait, Hamline University
Deep Dive Into Digital Content: Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Sets
Jennifer Hootman, University of Minnesota
Using Technology to Bridge Understanding: Connections between the US & Norway
Heather Bandeen, Hamline University
Guerilla Video: Ten Minute, Onsite Documentaries Made Fast & Cheap
Eric Dauber, MN State Colleges & Universities, Mankato
Student Satisfaction
Peg Sherven, University of Minnesota
Using Technology to Enable Lightweight Teams
Mary Lebens, Anoka Technical College
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Creating a Hybrid Executive Education Course
Steven Webster, University of Minnesota
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12:15 PMLunch
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1:00-1:30 PMAwards Presentation
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1:45-2:45 PMCStudent Portfolios Through the Lens of Formative Assessment Strategies
Sheilla Norton, cmERDC
Using Google Docs in your Online Instruction: Save Time AND Give More Meaningful Feedback
Sara Nystuen-Royzenfeld University of Minnesota
Make Google Work For You! Google Customizations and Features That Support Teaching and Learning
Wendy Wolfe, Totino-Grace High School & Concordia University
Six Pack to the Rescue: 3rd Party Integrations
Karen LaPlant, Hennepin Technical College
Maximizing Brightspace Tools to Create a Gamified Online Learning Environment
Carrie Miller, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Creative Commons Licensing Why Liberating Curriculum Might Make Sense
Stephen Kelly, Century College
Successfully Implementing New Technology in a College Course: Google Sites for a Collaborative Student Project
Kalli-Ann Binkowski, University of Minnesota
Online Proctoring Case Study: Success Factors for Implementation & What We've Learned
Mark Kayser, University of Minnesota
Data Analytics: Finding the Sustainable Sweet Spot
Greg Argo, Concordia University
A Strategic Approach to University Online Programs: Engaging Faculty and Staff with the OLC Quality Scorecard
Bob Rubinyi, University of Minnesota
Mazimize Budgets with Dual-Funded BYOD Programs
Ryan Gritz, Best Buy Education
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Technical Administration of an LMS Pilot
Erik Epp, University of Minnesota
Do I Continue to FLIP or Should I Scramble?
Kashif Ahmed, Northwestern Health Sciences University
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2:45 PMBreak
Posters and Exhibits - Skyway Level
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3:00-4:00 PMD3 Classes, 2 Teachers, 1 Course
Kristin Lundstrum, DeLaSalle High School
Storytelling for STEM Educators
Patrick O'Leary, University of Minnesota
Designing Accessible Course Materials: Practices You Can Start Implementing Today!
Catherine Artac, Minnesota State University, Moorhead
Beyond Captioning: 10 Tips for Accessible Course Design
Jenessa Gerling, Hennepin Technical College
Impact of Training and Course Reviews on Faculty and Student Satisfaction for Online Courses
Nima Salehi, University of Minnesota
Beyond Four Walls: Enhancing Project-Based Learning Through VoiceThread
Jody Lawrence, University of Minnesota
Capture that Outcome: From Moodle Outcomes to Campus Labs
Christiane Reilly, University of Minnesota
Exploring the Flipped Side: Inside and Out
Caroline Hilk, Hamline University
Digital Inequity Among Tribal College Students
Hannah Buckland, Leech Lake Tribal College
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Faculty Migration from Text-based to Media-rich Content: Crowdsourcing the Meaningful Application of LMS (D2L) Quizzes
Marion Judish, St. Cloud State University
VoiceThread as a Tool to Support Engagement in Online Business Courses
Glori Hinck, University of St. Thomas
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4:00-5:30 PMPoster, Exhibitors, and Networking Reception
4:00-4:30 Poster Session with Authors at Boards
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Thursday, July 28, 2016
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Time SlotSessionTrack 1Track 2Track 3Track 4Track 5Track 6Track 7Track 8Track 9Track 10
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8:15 - 9:15 AMEBest Technology Practices
Jodee Lund, Minnewaska Area School District
The POETry of Collaboration: Collaborative Training, Evaluation and Progress Through the POET Program
Jody Ondich, Lake Superior College
GPS LifePlan 2.0: Launch Party - Create the Life You Want Goals + Plans = Success
Randy LaFoy, MNSCU/Century College
Keep Calm and Assist Learners with Developing Multimodal Writing
Nancyruth Leibold, Southwest Minnesota State University
They Aren't Wrong, We Are: Designing Online Courses for How Students Actually Use Them
Ellyn Buchanan, University of Minnesota
Service-Learning in Online Courses: Research and Best Practices
Molly Wickam, Bethel University
On the Road to Quality - Using Quality Matters as Your Guide
Elizabeth McMahon, Northland Community and Technical College
Canvassing Moodle - Comparing Learning Management Systems (LMS) to Canvas & Moodle
Elias Mokole, University of Minnesota
Video Production at the University of Minnesota
James Ondrey, University of Minnesota
Digital OER for Elementary Grades
Dan McGuire, Sabier
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Informed Course Design: Moving from Individual Isolated Consultations to a College-Wide Framework
Tracy Wilson, University of Minnesota
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9:15 AMBreak
Posters and Exhibits - Skyway Level
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9:30 - 10:30 AMFWhat's Next for the LMS? From Walled Gardens to Open EcoSystems
Lesley Blicker, MN State Colleges and Universities
What Does Recent Pedagogical Research Tell Us About eLearning Good Practice?
Christina Petersen, University of Minnesota
Free Digital Resources for Teaching and Learning
Mary Mehsikomer, TIES
Video: The New Paper
Norb Thomes, Winona State University
Preparing Faculty to Flip: Lessons from a Faculty Learning Community
Kris Gorman, University of Minnesota
A Digital Storytelling Course - An All Inclusive Resource for K-College Faculty Who Want to Develop Digital Storytelling Activities for their Courses
Greg Steinke, University of Minnesota
Being OPEN-ly Sexy and ADAPT-ably Beautiful: An Open Educational Resource (OER) Look at Attractive, Sustainable Course Design!
Michael Wiechmann, Minnesota Online High School
Gentle Project Management: Shepherding Pedagogical Change
Sara Schoen, University of Minnesota
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Digital Creative Awareness
Daniel Reiva, Lincoln International High School
Learning from Mistakes: Share Your Experience!
Mackenzie Krzmarzick, Anoka-Ramsey Community College
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11:00 AMWelcome & Comments: TBD
Introduction of Speaker: TBD
Keynote Presentation: Can Online Education Make Us Better Teachers?
Dr. Marie Norman, Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
Closing Comments and Dismissal: TBD
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12:15 PMLunch
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1:45 - 2:45 PMGMake it Meta: Modeling Blended Learning for Teachers
Karen Qualey, Bloomington Public Schools
Purple Ribbon Selfies: An In-Person Method for Increasing Social Engagement in an Online, On-Campus Course
Brad Hokanson, University of Minnesota
Treat it Like the War That it is: A Realist Approach to the Future of Higher Education
Sara Hurley, University of Minnesota
Using Social Media to Increase Student Engagement
Robin O'Callaghan, Winona State University
Trying to Get a Square Peg into a Round Hole? The Path from F2F to Hybrid Format
Verena Van Fleet, Northwestern Health Sciences University
Designing and Teaching with an Open Textbook
Pete Border, University of Minnesota
Engaging and Sustainable Online Faculty Presentations
Susan Tade, University of Minnesota
Using WordPress Web Portfolios to Demonstrate Learning from First-Year to Senior Capstone
Caroline Hilk, Hamline University
Ghost Voices: Using-Text-to-Speech Technology to Improve the Quality of Learning Online
Sheri Hutchinson, North Hennepin Community College
Taking the Lead on the Path to Digital Access: Ways to Make a Difference on Your Campus
Peter Angelos, University of Minnesota Duluth
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2:45 PMBreak
Posters and Exhibits - Skyway Level
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3:00-4:00 PMHEasy Formative Assessment Options For Mobile Learning
Chris Turnbull, St. Paul Public Schools
Teaching in the New Millennium: Instructors as Designers of Learning
Christiane Reilly, University of Minnesota
Conquering the Forum Discussion
Kimi Johnson, University of Minnesota
Sharpen Your Webinar Facilitation Skills
Kari Robideau, University of Minnesota Extension
Who’s Holding the Reins? Crucial Conversations about Learning Analytics
Timothy D. Harfield and Stacey White, Blackboard
ADA Compliance in Course Design Today and Tomorrow
Martin LaGrow, Ellucian
The Changing Story: Adaptations for Diverse Learning Environments
Linda Buturian, University of Minnesota
Tips for Teachers To Streamline Online Courses, Engage Online Learners, and Enhance Quality Matters Applications
Rita Rahoi-Gilchrest, Winona State University
Piloting a Remote Proctoring Service - Lessons Learned
Chlene Andersen, University of Minnesota Morris
Fostering Engagement and Reflection Through Social Learning Analytics: A Design-Based Research Study
Bodong Chen, University of Minnesota
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An Alternative Pathway of Learning Math
Taskin Haque, Metropolitan State University
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