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 The E3 Conference Schedule At A Glance

Time

Agenda

Speaker/s

Track

Location

8:00-8:45

Breakfast & registration

   

Dolan School of Business Dining Room (104A)

8:45-9:00

Welcome

Jay Rozgonyi of Fairfield University and Kevin Corcoran from Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium  

Dolan School of Business Dining Room (104A)

9:00-10:15

Plenary Session

Rob Robinson

New Students, Old Demands, New Models:  Understanding Today’s “Disruptive” Environment in Higher Education

 

Dolan School of Business Dining Room (104A)

10:15-10:30

Break

 

 

10:30-11:20

Concurrent sessions
First Grouping:

   

 

 

Session 1

Engaging Students in Virtual Classroom Spaces: Using Blackboard Collaborate for Teaching & Learning

Presented by Eileen O’Shea, Mary Murphy and Mary Kleps

ID & Faculty Development
Foundational Session

Room 107

 

Session 2

Keeping It Real In the Online Classroom: Authentic & Performance Based Assessment Strategies in Action

Presented by Brian Salerno
The Many Faces of Assessment

Room 110A

 

Session 3

Improving Student Engagement - Teaching with Mobile Technology

Presented by Robin Robinson and Stacy Cohen
Open, Mobile, Global

Room 110B

 

Session 4

Exploring Online Academic Coaching for Adult Students: A Collaborative, Multi-Institution Grant-Funded Project

Presented by Meg Leake and Carolyn Rogers

Student Success & Learner Support

Room 112

11:30 – 12:20

Concurrent sessions
Second Grouping:

   

 

 

Session 1

Managing Online Courses – Keeping Sane without Sacrificing Rigor

Presented by Jessica Kenty-Drane
ID & Faculty Development
Foundational Session

Room 106

 

Session 2

Using iPads In and Out of the Classroom

Presented by Siobhan Ross
ID & Faculty Development

Room 110A

 

Session 3

Enhancing Courses and Programs with ePortfolio

Presented by Jen Wittke, Marguerite Yawin and George Sebastian-Coleman
The Many Faces of Assessment

Room 110B

 

Session 4

Seeking Alternatives to High-Cost Textbooks: A Case Study of the UMass Amherst Open Education Initiative

Presented by Marilyn Billings

Student Success & Learner Support

Room 112

12:30 - 1:30 Lunch Networking Lunch    

1:40 - 2:30

Concurrent sessions
Third Grouping:

   

 

 

Session 1

“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”:� Strategies for Making the Transition from On-Ground to Online Teaching

Presented by Daniel Facchinetti and Kaitlin M. Walsh

ID & Faculty Development
Foundational Session

Room 110A

 

Session 2

iTeach, You Teach, We All Learn Together

Presented by Tobi Krutt, Bonnie Riedinger, Lisa Tassinari and Andrew Abate
ID & Faculty Development

Room 106

 

Session 3

Mobile Matters:� The Value, Function, and Needs of Mobile Ecosystems in Higher Education

Presented by George Claffey

Open, Mobile, Global

Room 110B

 

Session 4

Global 2.0: Leveraging Technology to Engage Learners in Study Abroad Programs

Presented by Jennifer Rafferty, Mark Tortora and Peter Gallay

Student Success & Learner Support

Room 112

2:40 – 3:30

Concurrent sessions
Fourth Grouping:

     
 

Session 1

Keys to Making Effective Software Demos

Presented by Brian Clark

ID & Faculty Development
Foundational Session

Room 110A

 

Session 2

Flipping Your Classroom: Techniques & Tools for Teaching & Learning

Presented by Jay Rozgony and Suzanna Klaf
ID & Faculty Development

Room 106

 

Session 3

Accessible Training with Blackboard and Screen Readers

Presented by Elizabeth Doane
Student Success: Learner Support

Room DSB 112

 

Session 4

Embedding Information Literacy into the Curriculum: Faculty/Librarian Partnership for enhancing Student Learning

Presented by Clara Ogbaa and Todd Hampton
Student Success: Learner Support

Room 110B

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