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2009 Videos

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Brave New World Brave New World: Putting Laboratory Science Courses Totally Online
Hear Dr. Brown describe his effort to eliminate barriers to students entering nursing programs by placing all prerequisite science courses completely online. Students now attend Ocean Community College in New Jersey from locales as far away as Alaska, Texas, California, Florida, Minnesota, and even Japan, studying in Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology I and II. Jim Brown, Ocean County College

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Technologies to Watch Top Technologies to Watch
A symposium favorite! What's new in technology? What's hot? What's not? This lively presentation never fails to point toward the potentials for online technology. Brian Yuhnke, Academic Technology & Extended Learning

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Digital Publishing Pride, Power, Profit, Tenure, and Ethics: The Issues and Process of Digital Publishing
Publish free or low cost versions of your book as a digital document, while also providing inexpensive print-on-demand options. Control the format, price, distribution, and royalties of your work. But is such a book as reputable as one published with a bricks-and-mortar publishing house? Does it count as much toward tenure? Competent editing and marketing? We'll discuss these issues and my experiencespublishing my latest book. Marty Tessmer, Center for Innovations in Training Technology

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Pecha Kucha Pecha Kucha: Microtalks on Academic Technology
Pecha what? Six speakers, 6:40 each. Six different topics. Come see how the “Microtalk” format works, what it can do for you and how bite-sized learning has come to liven up the same old lecture format. Brian Yuhnke & David Thomas, Academic Technology & Extended Learning; David Weil, Physical Therapy; Jenna Ream, School of Education and Human Development ; & John Cohen, School of Medicine

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Syllabus On Demand Syllabus On Demand: A New Syllabus Building Tool
Do students ask to see your syllabus prior to registering for class? Do you know about the UC Denver syllabus policy? Would you like a convenient way to construct and store your syllabus online? Join us to learn about UC Denver’s new syllabus builder. We will demonstrate how to create, launch and store your syllabi using our online tool. Ellen Stevens, Center for Faculty development & Marty Tessmer & Jeremy Warren, Center for Innovations in Training Technology

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Storytelling to Engage Critical Thinking Storytelling to Engage Critical Thinkers
Participants will learn about the engaging art of storytelling in a digital environment and how to complete a curriculum based digital story that will be used with students. Best practices will be followed, sample digital story resources will be shared, and the process for creating digital stories will be modeled and implemented. Sherri Clemens & Melissa Kreider, School of Education and Human Development

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Open Content Open Source Content
What happens when no one owns the course content, but everyone is free to use it? Welcome to the exciting, promising and confusing world of “open source content”. Following the revolution in open source software, open source content looks to expand the possibilities of learning and encourage the exchange of ideas and information. Find out what’s available, how to use it and the value of it. David Thomas, Academic Technology & Extended Learning

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Fun What's Fun Got to Do with it?
An "engaging" online learning experience requires the experience to be learner-centered, contextual, active, social, supportive, and fun. Fun?!?!? Yes! Don't underestimate the power of the fun factor. Please join Joni for an exploration of simple teaching and assessment strategies you can use in your online courses to add an element of fun...and help keep you and your students engaged. Joni Dunlap, School of Education and Human Development

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Blackboard Wikis Blackboard Wikis in the Classroom
The Digital Animation Center structures its curriculum around a movie studio production model. Students work in project groups to produce an animated short film by the end of their senior year. Coordinating the production of a multi semester, multicourse, multiyear project has been simplified by the use of the wiki tool in Blackboard. Find out how DAC teams use wiki's to accomplish this. Howard Cook, College of Arts and Media

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Keynote Keynote - The Tower and the Cloud: Education in the Era of Cloud Computing
Ubiquitous connectivity, digitized resources, social networking, and open source knowledge creation... new technologies are democratizing and consumerizing information access as never before. As individuals rely less and less on institutions to deliver them information and technology, what will become of institutional information technology? And what implications does this have for the information-delivering institution known as the university? This session probes ways the Cloud can help institutions and individuals recreate higher education in new and unimagined ways. Ron Yanosky, EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research

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