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Oregon Distance Learning Completion Conference
Posted by Greg Kaminski
I know, just what you need, another professional development opportunity, right? I understand, it’s the end of the year and we’re feeling fried, but take a look. This “mini-conference” is very doable, only 3 hours. It is open to all faculty/staff involved with online or remote learning. Many of you attended in previous years. Registration is free, and there’s a stipend for PT faculty. This is a great time to connect with colleagues across the state as we reflect on the academic year.
OCCDLA Distance Learning Completion Conference
June 4, 9:00 – 12:00
- A keynote address from Maritez Apigo, Distance Education and OER coordinator and English faculty at Contra Costa College in California, focused on designing engaging asynchronous student-to-student interaction in courses. Read more of Professor Apigo’s work here.
- Two sessions of breakout discussions, including Q&A with Professor Apigo, facilitated discussion about best practices in online engagement, and time to reflect with colleagues from around the state about what we’ve learned (and learned to avoid) in the last year.