Throwback Thursdays – Webinars

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Throwback Thursdays – Webinars

Did you know that we provide an archive to all of our previously recorded webinars?  They are great training resources and can be used with groups.  To access the webinar, just click the appropriate link below. Happy Throwback Thursday! A Conversation About the Challenges Facing eLearning Leaders: A Review of ITC’s Distance Education Survey Best […]

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Offer Students A Non-Cognitive Learning Assessment for Media Rich Courses During Online Student Orientation

San Luis Obispo (PRWEB) July 23, 2013 Comevo LLC provides school online orientation software service to higher education institutions assuring students a positive first year experience. SmarterServices, provides SmarterMeasure which is the nation’s leading non-cognitive online learner readiness assessment tool. Traditionally higher education, in-person orientation programs welcome students, explain campus policy and academic information necessary […]

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Orienting Students to Learning Online Webinar

Two weeks from today, we are offering a webinar about student readiness and orientation. Space is limited, so register today!   Orienting Students to Learning Online: Why the Emphasis upon Learning Matters Dr. Ghazala Hashmi, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Wednesday, July 24th 1:00-2:00 pm CST (2:00-3:00 EST) Are technology skills and aptitudes the primary qualifications […]

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WCET Leadership Summit – Under the Sword of Data

Recently, our president, Dr. Mac Adkins had the privilege of attending the WCET Leadership Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah.  It was an intimate gathering of higher ed professionals who are focused on research and trying to figure out what to do with all the data schools are collecting about students.  Everything from student retention, engagement, and […]

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Teaching Students How to Cheat

Yes, you read that right. A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education highlighted a MOOC in which students are encouraged to cheat.  What’s the catch?  The students have to then disclose to the class exactly what they did to cheat.  The idea behind the course was to learn how students are cheating and be able […]

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Summer Webinar Series

We are pleased to announce our Summer Webinar Series! This summer, we are offering webinars that address the challenges elearning leaders face and the importance of creating a strong orientation for students.  Join guest presenters Dr. Fred Lokken – Truckee Meadows Community College, and Ghazala Hashmi – J. Sargeant Reynolds as we talk about these hot […]

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Making the Earth Greener with Virtual Choices

Today is Earth Day!  Did you know that virtual choices can make the earth greener?  Choosing a virtual class or working from a home office allows you to make contributions to the greater good and is more economical as well.  Below is a list of the top 10 reasons why virtual choices are better. Save gas […]

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Learning Styles Impact How Students Retain Information

A recent article published by Campus Technology, “Flipping to Adapt to Multiple Learning Styles at Minnesota State University” explores how one instructor flipped her classroom and used learning styles to effectively impact student engagement, academic performance, and overall satisfaction.  Chemistry instructor, Danae Quirk Dorr, used the four learning styles – practical, logical, imaginative, and enthusiastic. Acknowledging that it […]

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