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May 19, 2016

Webinar: Best Practices For Video-Enabled Teaching And Learning

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Webinar: Hear how NSU is innovating with video-enabled teaching and learning.
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UNIVERSITY BUSINESS WEBINAR – MAY 19, 2016 2:00PM EST

Best Practices for Video-Enabled Teaching and Learning

Colleges and universities are under pressure to provide more flexibility in their learning environments, and offer students and faculty multiple ways to access and deliver content. Video-enabled teaching and learning offers institutions the capability to create innovative blended learning environments and enable collaboration across campus or from anywhere in the world.

Attend this webinar to hear how Nova Southeastern University in Florida is equipping faculty with video-enabled tools to support and complement teaching, learning and research. By creating a flexible blended learning environment, they have improved collaboration and reduced costs. Join us to learn some key strategies for implementing this technology at any institution and:

  • How the latest collaboration innovations apply to learning spaces
  • How institutions are using new technology to create video-enabled teaching and learning
  • The most common challenges to implementation and how to overcome them

Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2pm EST

Speakers:
Adam Linzels, Director of Videoconferencing & AV Integrations, Nova Southeastern University (Fla.)
Elaine Shuck, President, United States Distance Learning Association;Global Director, Education Solutions, Polycom

REGISTER TODAY
United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), 76 Canal Street,Suite 301, Boston, MA 02114

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