Bryan Alexander Webinar; Learners and their Learning Process
AAEEBL is very lucky to have Bryan Alexander for our first webinar of 2016. He is a consultant to the world on how to understand technology and its effects on learning and education. One of the creators of the MOOC idea — the interactive, social form of MOOC — he is a strong contributor to innovations in education and also a wonderfully engaging speaker.
His topic is “Learners and Their Learning Process.” He will talk for 20 minutes and then will open the webinar to discussion (audience uses chat; Bryan responds in voice) for the last 30 minutes of the Webinar. Trent Batson will serve as moderator.
The webinar is free but you must register to attend.
Learning Unbound: Student Centered and Competency Based Programs
Thursday, December 17, 2 PM ET
Core tenets of student-centered learning – competency-based, anytime-anywhere, personalized, and student ownership – can be used as the basis for creating customized learning plans that match the interests, talents, and passions of students. During this session, attendees will learn how a new model at New Hampshire’s Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) provides students with an almost limitless number of opportunities, including early college courses, experiential learning, learning through projects, and with a team of peers.
Eliminate Print Servers: Mastering Print Management in the Modern Era
This presentation will begin on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time.
Audience members may arrive 15 minutes in advance of this time. Eliminate Print Servers: Mastering Print Management in the Modern Era Webcast Overview:
Join technology expert and founder of Techvangelism, Nick Calavancia, and Devin Anderson, Vice President of Product Management at PrinterLogic, as they discuss and investigate ways to simplify print management and eliminate print servers in the modern era.
Click here to watch this special presentation to get a strategic view of how your institution can best support educational technology imperatives today and into the future.
This exclusive presentation will only be available for a limited time! Watch it today.
Sponsored By: Corning and Vision This presentation will be available to audience members until Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time. The challenge is supporting device needs, and anticipating future demand. Network infrastructure is a simple way to solve for today and tomorrow. This webinar will review mobility trends, connectivity requirements and converged fiber networks for cellular, Ethernet and Wi-Fi needs.
Rick Baldasare from Vision Technologies Rick.firstname.lastname@example.org (240) 319-1700
graphs with data from universities. Global IP will increase threefold over the next five years.
QoS (Quality of Service)
Mobile as the Norm of User Access> Cloud asa the Norm of Back Access
Ron Wells: Corning email@example.com (913) 706-4135
How Nightingale College Moved 70 Students to CBE in Just 2 Weeks
WEBINAR | December 8, 2015 | 1:00pm ET
Chances are, you’ve heard of competency-based education (CBE). Your institution may be just starting to explore CBE, or you might already be developing some courses or programs and would like to learn more. That’s why we’ve invited Nightingale College to talk about how they got started with CBE and how they were able to roll it out to 70 students in just two weeks.
Nightingale College wanted to start offering competency-based courses but quickly ran into problems because their LMS couldn’t support it.
Join us on December 8 for a live webinar with Nightingale College to find out:
• Why CBE is an ideal model for their “nontraditional” students • How they support self-paced learning and use tools to track student progress • What the initial program results are, including feedback from students and faculty • Why they chose Brightspace as their technology platform for CBE course delivery