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March 2, 2015

More Networking Opportunities at TxDLA Conference

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More Networking Opportunities at TxDLA Conference
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New “Spark Sessions” and “Talking Circles” Provide Targeted Networking Opportunities at Conference

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This year TxDLA is offering two new ways to network, discuss, and collaborate with your peers:

Talking Circles: Engage with those innovating in the same space and create a collaboration for brainstorming and implementation ideas to move your institution or department forward. Or find others struggling with similar decisions and implementations, and create a network for solutions to these issues. Join the conversations! Scheduled on Thursday morning from 9-10 am.

Spark Sessions: Peruse the collection of these “spark session displays” led by individuals with cool ideas, implementation strategies, and research results. Scheduled on Wednesday afternoon from 4-5 pm.

Do you have cool ideas, implementation strategies, research results that you would like to share with your colleagues? Turn in a Spark Session proposal. You can bring your own laptop to show your design or build a poster to show a progression of your ideas and build a network of individuals who are doing the same thing.  All Spark Sessions will be setup in one meeting room and presenters will stand in their area as attendees have the opportunity to walk around to view and discuss each topic. Each presenter will be offered an easel for their poster, and/or a small table for laptop display. (No audio/visual or electrical provided).

Please submit your Spark Session using the link below before March 9:

SPARK SESSION SUBMISSION

Remember, it isn’t too late to register for the conference! Use the big “REGISTER NOW” box above to sign up today!

Value for Your Registration Fee:

Three days filled with:

Opening reception, certain meals, and evening entertainment are included in the registration fee:

  • Reception – Tuesday evening (light appetizers)
  • Breakfast – Wednesday ONLY
  • Lunch – Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
  • Dinner – Thursday
  • Conference attendees may invite guests to these events for a per-person fee for each event.

Complimentary individual TxDLA Membership and an Associate Membership in USDLA (not included with the One Day Pass)

Don’t forget about our special, indepthpre-conference workshops (additional $75 fee per session).

Who Should Attend?

Anyone involved in the field of distance education, including administrators, business/industry professionals, corporate trainers, faculty, government agency employees, graduate students, healthcare professionals, higher education employees, K-12 educators, nonprofit staff, military employees, support staff, vocational/technical educators, and other interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend this year’s conference.

Also, as a corporate/business representative, there are several opportunities for participation in our conference as an exhibitor or sponsor. Please see our website for more information on exhibitor and sponsorship packages.

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CIDER Session March 2015

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Dear CIDER Member,

We invite you to the March CIDER session of our special ten-part Community of Inquiry Webinar Series. This free, online session will feature Kadir Kozan and Jennifer Richardson of Purdue University.

Title: New Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis Insights into the Community of Inquiry Survey

This session will provide an overview to the Community of Inquiry survey and discuss new insights from a recently completed factor analysis.

An advance reading for this session is available at our website:
http://cider.athabascau.ca/sessions

When: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 – 11am to 12noon Mountain Time (Canada)

Where: Online through Adobe Connect at:
https://connect.athabascau.ca/cidersession/

The CIDER Community of Inquiry Webinar Series includes monthly sessions running from September 2014 to June 2015. These sessions feature presentations by leading researchers on the CoI framework and its application to blended, distance, and online learning. The Community of Inquiry website at http://coi.athabascau.ca is acting as a companion site for the series and includes a wealth of background materials and further readings.

Registration is not required; all are welcome. For more information on CIDER and our monthly Sessions, please visit our website:
http://cider.athabascau.ca

Pre-configuration:
Please note that it is important to set up your system prior to the event. Make sure your Mac or PC is equipped with a microphone and speakers, so that you can use the audio functionality built into the conferencing software. The Adobe Connect platform may require an update to your Flash Player; allow time for this update by joining the session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled presentation.

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Interested in MOOCs? From March 9 to April 13, Athabasca University will be offering Learning to Learn Online, a free 5-week, facilitator-supported course for novice and experienced online learners. For more information, visit:
https://www.canvas.net/browse/athabascauniversity/courses/learning-to-learn-online

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CIDER sessions are brought to you by the Centre for Distance Education, Athabasca University: Canada’s Open University and leader in professional online education.

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You are receiving this email because you indicated your interest in being informed about upcoming CIDER sessions.

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Edmonton, AB T5J 3S8

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21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference

I wanted to pass along information about this conference.  Note that there is a specific K-12 online learning track, and I believe this may be the first time that there has been a specific K-12 online learning track for this conference (and in the interest of full disclosure, I’m involved with the organizing committee).

Call for Presentations

CFP Main Page | Submission Checklist | Submission Details | Presenter FAQ

Submit Now

 

*Please be sure to addconference@onlinelearning-c.org to your address book to ensure you receive your notification when they are sent on June 10, 2015.


NOTE: All links on this page will open a new browser tab (or window). You will need an active account with http://edas.info to submit.

The Online Learning Consortium invites you to submit a proposal for the 21st Annual International Conference, to be held October 14-16, 2015 at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel in Orlando, Florida in the tracks listed below.

Proposed sessions can be targeted to all attendees or novice, intermediate, or expert levels of proficiency.

*New for 2015: This year, we are introducing new areas of special interest that may be applicable to conference proposals. As you submit please identify, if applicable, whether your proposal is suitable for any of these special interest areas:

K-12:
Proposals in this special interest area will address blended or online initiatives that serve the K12 community in the USA and abroad. Proposal topics might include but not limited to:

  • The effective design, delivery, and support of K-12 online learning
  • Building bridges between pre-college and higher education through online education
  • Effective models of blended learning
  • Effective models of online schools
  • Effective practice in supporting exceptional K-12 learners
  • Longitudinal outcomes for K-12 online learners
  • Studies of teacher preparation and teacher professional development practices
  • Emerging research methods in K-12 online or blended learning

 

Spanish Language (Spanish translations for this information coming soon.) 
We are thrilled to open the OLC 2015 conference to proposals for presentation in the Spanish language! This special interest area recognizes online teaching and learning leadership and innovation from our neighbors in Central and South America, and from Spanish speakers from around the globe. The OLC Spanish Language special interest area will provide an opportunity for Spanish speakers to attend and present at the OLC 2015 entirely in Spanish.

Proposals in this area will showcase the advances and innovations taking place in online and blended learning in Spanish-speaking communities around the world. This area will ideally address the conference theme in the following specific areas:

  • Online or blended Faculty and Professional Development and Support
  • Institutional Strategies & Innovations that leverage online initiatives and technologies.
  • How Leadership, Values and Society shape and support successful implementation of online, blended, and technology-enhanced initiatives.
  • Learning Effectiveness: Theory or research-based projects focusing on improving the learning effectiveness of online or blended learning.
  • Instructional technologies, programs, initiatives that are Open, Global, Mobile.
  • Online and blended learning Student Services and Learner Support
  • Technology and Emerging Learning Environments

Proposals submitted to this area will be in Spanish and the expectation is that the presentation, if accepted, will be delivered entirely in Spanish.

En Espanol

¡Estamos encantados de abrir la convocatoria de ponencias para la conferencia OLC 2015 a ser presentadas en el idioma español! Esta área de interés especial reconoce la enseñanza en línea y el liderazgo de aprendizaje e innovación de nuestros vecinos en Lationoamérica y de los hispanohablantes de todo el mundo. En esta área interés especial, OLC proporcionará la oportunidad para que los hispanohablantes que asistan expongan sus ponencias en el idioma español.

Las propuestas en este ámbito permitirán exponer los avances e innovaciones que se producen en la enseñanza en línea y los ofrecimientos educativos híbridos en los países de habla hispana de todo el mundo. Los temas de especialidad que se abordarán en la conferencia son:

  • Desarrollo profesional y apoyo a la facultad en línea y en ambientes hibridos.
  • Estrategias e innovaciones institucionales que aprovechan las iniciativas en línea y las TIC.
  • Cómo el liderazgo, los valores y la sociedad forman y apoyan la implementación exitosa de los ofrecimientos educativos en línea, híbridos y las iniciativas mediadas por la tecnología.
  • Efectividad: Teoría o proyectos de investigación que se centran en el mejoramiento del proceso enseñanza- aprendizaje a distancia e híbrida.
  • El uso de las TICs, tecnología instruccional, iniciativas o programas de educación abierta, global, y móvil.
  • Servicios estudiantiles y de apoyo a la enseñanza-aprendizaje virtuales e híbridos.
  • Tecnologías y ambientes de aprendizaje emergentes.

Las ponencias sometidas en estas áreas deben ser en español. La expectativa es que la misma, si es aceptada, sea presentada completamente en español.

 

Track Description
Faculty & Professional Development & Support Ideal papers for this track might focus on topics concerning either fully online or hybrid faculty development courses, programs, and practices. Possible areas might investigate or emphasize the following:

  • Innovative pedagogical models for faculty development
  • Faculty support approaches
  • Innovative programs for faculty development
  • Faculty satisfaction and workload
  • Relationship between course design and student satisfaction and/or success
  • Continuous professional development or learning communities
  • Investigation of rigor and effectiveness of faculty development programs, courses, or practices
  • Training & supporting faculty who conduct real-time online sessions during their courses
  • International models and themes relating to faculty development
  • Faculty development and accessibility
  • Faculty development and specific populations, such as the military
  • Preparing faculty to use new learning management systems
  • The future of faculty development nationally and internationally
HBCU
(Historically Black Colleges and Universities)
OLC applauds the commitment HBUCs are making to provide high quality distance education to students. To this end this program track has been designed specifically for the HBCU community (open to all conference attendees) and focuses on eLearning challenges faced by our historically black colleges and universities. Sessions in this track will give participants an opportunity to learn more about effectively addressing these challenges.

Topics of interest for this track might include:

  • High Quality Course Design and Development
  • Exemplary Partnerships Between Academicians and Technicians
  • Faculty Development
  • Program Certification
  • Student Engagement, Retention and Graduation
Institutional Strategies & Innovations This track targets new initiatives leveraging online strategies and technologies to reinvent, redefine or innovate across the institution.

  • Strategic planning and alignment
  • Effective scale of innovations
  • Creating a culture of academic innovation
  • Leveraging cross-institutional teams to align student and faculty experience
  • Operationalizing innovation
  • Marketing and recruitment initiatives

Papers in this track are encouraged to share evidence of practice, both qualitative and quantitative approaches.

Leadership, Values & Society This track focus is on the impact and necessity of visionary leadership and its impact on governance, policy, and programs to effectively shape and support successful implementation of online, blended, and technology-enhanced initiatives.

Proposals submitted to this track should directly address the relationships that online learning, values, and society share and the role of leadership at the institutional level. Papers in this track might consider societal factors and how leadership can address, channel, respond, or adapt to: changing technologies; diversity and student and faculty demographics; economic, social, and civic capacity development; engagement and partnership, globalization and internationalization of education; open education including open source educational software and open educational resources; access to education; and outcomes based education. Authors are invited to investigate the university’s multiple missions in society including economic, civic, and development roles. Proposals should focus on leadership (e.g., in terms of governance, policy, or programs) and include examples of practice as support.

Learning Effectiveness Ideal papers in this track would encompass theory or research-based projects focusing on improving the learning effectiveness of online or blended learning. These would include, but not be limited to papers on:

  • Learning theory in the online environment
  • Learning design and technology for online and blended environments
  • Quantitative and qualitative research designs and results on issues and projects that impact student learning
  • Research on collaboration and community among learners
  • Research on diversity and cross-cultural issues in online and blended courses
  • The use of learning analytics to improve student success
  • Adaptive learning

Papers covering research on the effectiveness of these topics is strongly encouraged.

Open, Global, Mobile Ideal papers in this track would focus on instructions technologies that are open, global, and/or mobile. Topics might include:

  • Open educational resources
  • Open models
  • Mobile learning (smartphones, tablets, wearables, etc.)
  • E-textbooks for learning
  • Global, international education

Papers on the evidence of the impact of these technologies and learning environments are especially encouraged.

Student Services & Learner Support Support for online and blended learning is key to successful implementation of these modalities. Ideal papers for this track would be those that discuss the issues and approaches to providing services, supports, and accessibility for those students at a distance. Research papers on the impact of providing these resources are especially welcome.  Topics might include:

  • “Community” online, including orientation, learning communities, student clubs, and student activities
  • Providing academic supports to online populations, such as tutoring, academic advising/coaching, library services, and peer mentoring
  • IT and Help Desk support for online students prior to starting and during their online study
  • Providing accessibility support, academic wellness, personal counseling, and other related student services to online populations
  • Other student services typically available to an on-campus population that are now needed for those at a distance
  • Ethical uses of learning analytics for supporting online students

Research on the evidence of impact of these topics is strongly encouraged.

Technology & Emerging Learning Environments Papers in this track would ideally include approaches utilizing new media and innovative learning environments. These topics include, but are not limited to examining the role and impact of:

  • Gaming
  • Simulations
  • Immersive environments
  • e-portfolios
  • Case-based learning designs
  • Blended learning
  • Flipped classrooms
  • Competency based education
  • Badging and alternative credentialing
  • Adaptive or personalized learning environments
  • Digital teaching, learning, and scholarship
  • Web3.0 innovative technologies and applications to teaching & learning
  • Mobile devices used for teaching, learning, business training, and online support
  • Learning analytics techniques to improve technology enhancement use, application, and effects

Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research on these environments and instructional tools is encouraged. Emerging analytic methods and research techniques focusing on the effectiveness of technology applications and learning outcomes are also welcome.

1.
Please review this information before submitting your proposal.

“Get Accepted! Five Tips on How to Submit a Successful Conference Proposal”

1. Submission checklist 6.  A/V & Media
2. Conference Tracks (also below) 7.  Presentation Repository
3. Session Types 8.  General Conference Information
4. Selection Criteria 9.  OLC Vendor Presentation Policy
5. Timeline
2. Register at the submission site. Please include as much information as possible, including your biography and most current contact information. All corresponding authors need to also be registered, however, this can be completed at a later stage. OLC elects to use a robust, third-party call for paper and abstract management service. Please keep in mind that once you have registered or submitted a paper, all conference-related information can be found here at the International Conference on Online Learning website.

Once registered, return to this site to complete your submission.

3.
Once registered, please return to this site to complete your submission.
Begin the submission process by selecting your track name below (open February 19 – April 28, 2015).

March 1, 2015

2015 USDLA Conference Sessions Preview & Baseball Game

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2015 USDLA SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBIT INFORMATION

2015 USDLA National Conference

St. Louis Union Station Hotel

St. Louis, MO

April 26-29, 2015

 


 

Registration for USDLA 2015 Now Open!

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Discounted Room Rate Link:

 

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Exhibit or Sponsor at the USDLA 2015 National Conference

The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) 2015 National Conference is the premier event for professionals in the distance learning industry. This conference is an opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors to share ideas, distance learning programs and products and network with key industry leaders.

Attendees include professionals from K-12, higher and continuing education, and corporate, government and military training, as well as from telehealth and distance learning consultant organizations.

For the 2015 conference, USDLA will again offer an exhibit hall with focus events that will bring attendees directly to you. Our Sponsorship levels start at the Silver Sponsor level ($5,000) and offer booth space and a myriad of Association benefits. Our Exhibitors are given booth space only for $1,500. If you are interested in displaying your products and services, sharing experiences and successes, or introducing your business to more than 350 attendees in the distance learning field, the 2015 National Conference is where you want to be.

**Limited Sponsorship Opportunities – Reserve Today!**

 

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SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

Silver Sponsorship – $5,000 

* Quarter page color advertisement in the Conference program

* Listing as Sponsor in USDLA publications and on the USDLA web page

* 1 Complimentary Conference Attendee pass

* Company/School approved literature/promotional items in conference bags

* One year subscription to USDLA Journal “Distance Learning…A Magazine For Leaders”

* Complimentary 1/4 page ad in 2 USDLA publications

* Sponsor exhibit space
Gold Sponsorship – $10,000 

* Quarter page color advertisement in the Conference program

* Listing as Sponsor in USDLA publications and on the USDLA web page

* 2 Complimentary Conference Attendee passes

* Exclusive sponsorship opportunity at Conference breakfast or luncheon

* 2 Complimentary One Year USDLA Individual Memberships

* Company/School approved literature/promotional

* One year subscription to USDLA Journal “Distance Learning…A Magazine For Leaders”

* Complimentary 1/4 page ad in 2 USDLA publications

* Exclusive opportunity to write article in 1 USDLA publication or newsletter

* Sponsor exhibit space
Platinum Sponsorship – $20,000

* Half page color advertisement in the Conference program

* Listing as Sponsor in USDLA publications and on the USDLA web page

* 4 Complimentary Conference Attendee passes

* 4 Complimentary One Year USDLA Individual Memberships

* Exclusive Sponsorship Opportunity at Conference opening reception, breakfast or luncheon

* Company/School approved literature/promotional items in conference bags

* One year subscription to USDLA Journal “Distance Learning…A Magazine For Leaders”

* Complimentary 1/2 page ad in 4 USDLA publications

* Sponsor exhibit space

* Opportunity to lead Concurrent Session

* USDLA supplied signage in the Conference Center

* Exclusive opportunity to write article in 2 USDLA publications or newsletters

* Complimentary Attendee List (permission required)
21st Century Sponsorship – $25,000 

* Full page color advertisement in the Conference program

* Listing as Sponsor in USDLA publications and on the USDLA web page

* Logo on the USDLA web page

* 6 Complimentary Conference Attendee pass

* 6 Complimentary One Year USDLA Individual Memberships

* Exclusive Sponsorship Opportunity at Conference Awards Reception/Banquet

* Company/School approved literature/promotional items in conference bags

* One year subscription to USDLA Journal “Distance Learning…A Magazine For Leaders”

* Complimentary full page ad in 4 USDLA publications

* Sponsor exhibit space

* Opportunity to lead Concurrent Session and Poster Session

* Opportunity to introduce School/Company at beginning of various Concurrent Sessions

* Company School/supplied banner(s) displayed in prominent location at the Conference

* Focus Group at USDLA with Educational Decision Makers and Board of Director members

* Exclusive opportunity to write article in 3 USDLA publications or newsletters

* USDLA supplied signage at Conference Center

* Complimentary Attendee List (permission required)

Friends of the 2014 USDLA National Conference

$300 Donation
  • Listing and Link on the USDLA Conference website
  • Mention in press release
$400 Donation
  • Listing and Link on the USDLA Conference website
  • Mention in press release
  • Literature in Conference Bag
  • Recognition in the Printed Program
$500 Donation
  • Listing and Link on the USDLA Conference website
  • Mention in press release
  • Literature in the Conference Bag
  • Recognition in the Printed Program
  • Recognition on Conference Signage
 
USDLA Exhibits Manager:

Kimberly F. Airasian

Phone: 617-­399-­1770

Email: kairasian@usdla.org

 

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EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS

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Space is limited so request your booth today!

Discounted Room Rate Link:
http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/S/STLUSDT-USD-20150426/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Exhibit Location: Midway Pegram
Exhibit Dates: April 27April 28, 2015

Move in: Monday before 7:30 am

Exhibit Hours:
Monday, April 27, 20157:30 am – 5:30 pm
Exhibitors must be present at their booth for the following activities:
7:30 – 8:30 am – Continental breakfast – food placed near hall to promote traffic2:30 – 3:00 pm – Afternoon break – food placed near hall to promote traffic
4:00-5:30 – Exhibit Hall Open Only (will hold raffle – attendees must be present to win)

Tuesday, April 28, 20158:00 am – 5:00 pm
Exhibitors must be present at their booth for the following activities:
8:00 -9:00 am – Continental breakfast – food placed near all to promote traffic
3:00-5:00 pm – Exhibit Hall Open Only (will hold raffle – attendees must be present to win)

Move out: Tuesday, April 28, 2015  from 5-7pm

Booth size: 8X10 Booth Package includes: signage, table and 2 chairs
Fee: $1,500 per 8’X10′ booth
NOTE: The exhibit space is carpeting. You do not need to purchase carpet unless you require a specific color to match your display/booth.

Exhibitor’s will receive a pre-conference and post-conference attendee list as well as a listing on the USDLA website as part of the National Conference Exhibitor Directory. In the final program, exhibitors will be listed in two directories – an alphabetical and a listing by company/organization.
Floor Plan – note shaded booths are sold – space layout is subject to change.

Any questions or to discuss exhibitor or sponsorship opportunities
please contact:

USDLA Exhibits Manager:

Kimberly F. Airasian

Phone: 617-­399-­1770

Email: kairasian@usdla.org

Registration for USDLA 2015 Now Open!
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About United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) is a non-profit association formed in 1987 and is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The association reaches 20,000 people globally with sponsors and members operating in and influencing 46% of the $913 billion dollar U.S. education and training market. USDLA promotes the development and application of distance learning for education and training and serves the needs of the distance learning community by providing advocacy, information, networking and opportunity. Distance learning and training constituencies served include pre-k-12 education, higher and continuing education, home schooling as well as business, corporate, military, government and telehealth markets. The USDLA trademarked logo is the recognized worldwide symbol of dedicated professionals committed to the distance learning industry. http://www.usdla.org

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[CNIE-L] Invitation to CIDER session ­- 4 March 2015 | Invitation à un atelier de « CIDER » – le 4 mars 2015

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Dear CNIE Member,

We invite you to the March CIDER session of our special ten-part Community of Inquiry Webinar Series. This free, online session will feature Kadir Kozan and Jennifer Richardson of Purdue University.

Title: New Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis Insights into the Community of Inquiry Survey

This session will provide an overview to the Community of Inquiry survey and discuss new insights from a recently completed factor analysis.

An advance reading for this session is available at our website:

http://cider.athabascau.ca/sessions

When: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 – 11am to 12noon Mountain Time (Canada)

Where: Online through Adobe Connect at:

https://connect.athabascau.ca/cidersession/

The CIDER Community of Inquiry Webinar Series includes monthly sessions running from September 2014 to June 2015. These sessions feature presentations by leading researchers on the CoI framework and its application to blended, distance, and online learning. The Community of Inquiry website at http://coi.athabascau.ca is acting as a companion site for the series and includes a wealth of background materials and further readings.

Registration is not required; all are welcome. For more information on CIDER and our monthly Sessions, please visit our website:

http://cider.athabascau.ca

Pre-configuration:

Please note that it is important to set up your system prior to the event. Make sure your Mac or PC is equipped with a microphone and speakers, so that you can use the audio functionality built into the conferencing software. The Adobe Connect platform may require an update to your Flash Player; allow time for this update by joining the session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled presentation.

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Interested in MOOCs? From March 9 to April 13, Athabasca University will be offering Learning to Learn Online, a free 5-week, facilitator-supported course for novice and experienced online learners. For more information, visit:

https://www.canvas.net/browse/athabascauniversity/courses/learning-to-learn-online

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CIDER sessions are brought to you by the Centre for Distance Education, Athabasca University: Canada’s Open University and leader in professional online education.

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