Conference Schedule

Presented by Northeastern State University's eCampus

**All times listed are Central.**

Monday, February 3

9:00 am: A Model for Making Campus Life Accessible to Online Students
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10:00 am: Creating Innovative Online Student Support Services
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1:00 pm: Using Video to Make Your Case Studies Leap off the Page
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2:00 pm: Teach Smarter: 5 Strategies for Effective (and Efficient) Online Teaching
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3:00 pm: Break out of Your Online Discussion Rut with Intentional Design
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Tuesday, February 4

9:00 am: What Can Learning Analytics Reveal About Students Online Interactions in Online Courses
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10:00 am: Top Ten VR Tips and Resources
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11:00 am: Giving First-Generation Students the Tools They Need to Succeed
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1:00 pm: Discussion on The Rocks? Add a Twist of Fresh Alternatives!
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2:00 pm: Increasing Student Engagement and Instructor Immediacy Using Synchronous Technologies and Just-in-time Communication Techniques
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3:00 pm: How to Present Information in Higher Education
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Wednesday, February 5

9:00 am: What, How, and When: Assessing Student Learning After Course Redesign
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10:00 am: Using Game Design Principles To Create Authentic Learning Experiences
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11:00 am: Reducing Gender Bias in a Large, First-Year Course
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1:00 pm: Helping Healthcare Students Become Aware of Unconscious Bias
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2:00 pm: Multi-Modal Instruction: The New Student-Driven Blended Approach to Learning
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3:00 pm: Mid-Semester Interventions When Teaching Falls Flat : Improvising with Radical Redesign
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Thursday, February 6

9:00 am: Modeling Real World Problems and Authentic Assessments in Online Courses
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10:00 am: SOS! How to Assist Faculty with Developing High Quality and Accessible Video Lectures In 6 Easy Steps!
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11:00 am: Maybe Video Killed the Radio Star, but It Saved the Online Instructor
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1:00 pm: Exposed: The Truth about Lecture Capture
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2:00 pm: CANCELLED
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3:00 pm: Building A Community: Using Technology to Create A Sense Of Belonging For Online Students
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Friday, February 7

9:00 am: The Nitty Gritty: Learning Strategies for Every Subject
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10:00 am: Rapid Infusion of Emerging Disciplines into Modern Online Curriculum
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11:00 am: The Online Lab Conundrum
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1:00 pm: Impact of Quality Assurance Reviews for Online Courses
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2:00 pm: Learning Styles: Myth or Fact?
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3:00 pm: Beyond I do, We do, You do: Student Teachers' Action Research into Dialogic Lesson Planning
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Monday, February 10

9:00 am: Start Making Digitally Accessible Course Documents and Presentations Today
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10:00 am: GO LIVE! Synchronous Online Teaching
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11:00 am: How I Engaged My Students with Online Discussion Variety
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1:00 pm: Breaking Free: An OER Primer On Creating A Cost-Free Course
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2:00 pm: Who are Your Students? Using Learner Profiles to Inform Teaching Practice
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3:00 pm: Grading Made Easy with Technology
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Tuesday, February 11

9:00 am: Tracking Trends in Online Education: Student and Administrator Insights
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10:00 am: Infographics: Improving Learning Outcomes for Online Students?
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11:00 am: Online Instructional Academies: The Challenges and Successes of Creating an Online Instructional Support Program
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1:00 pm: Teaching for Long-Term Learning--The Only Kind of Learning That Matters
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2:00 pm: Innovating Faster And Better In Online And Blended Learning To Achieve Institutional Goals
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3:00 pm: Creating a Champagne Experience on a Beer Budget: Delivering on Modern Learners Customer Service Expectations
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Wednesday, February 12

9:00 am: What Will Online Higher Education Look Like in the Year 2040?
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10:00 am: Recruiting Online Graduate Students with Virtual Information Sessions
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11:00 am: CANCELLED
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1:00 pm: Teaching as Staging
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2:00 pm: Points are Pointless: The Search for Grading Nirvana
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3:00 pm: Automated Teaching And Faculty Work: What Do We Know? What Should We Do?
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Thursday, February 13

9:00 am: Instructor Presence In Online Courses: It's Not Just A Fa ade
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10:00 am: CANCELLED
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11:00 am: Welcome Online Students: Collaborating to Build Flexible Orientation Experiences for Online Learners
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1:00 pm: Bored At Work? Energize Yourself and Your Students!
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2:00 pm: Interactive Learning Enhancing the Online Experience
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3:00 pm: Best Practices for Implementing Blended Learning in Large Lecture Classes
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Friday, February 14

9:00 am: Feeling Real: Establishing Social Presence In Online Discussions
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10:00 am: Using AI (Artificial Intelligence) and NLP (Natural Language Processing) to Measure and Improve Engagement, Sentiment, and Influence in Online Learning: Beginning the Journey
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11:00 am: Virtual Reality and the Future of Education
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1:00 pm: Customizing OER To Improve Student Engagement and Success
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2:00 pm: Removing Barriers Using Presentations In Any Asynchronous Online Course
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3:00 pm: Creating Highly Effective Classroom Environments
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All live sessions will be recorded. Recordings will usually be available about an hour after the conclusion of each day's schedule.

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