Monday, December 7, 2015

Online Education And Hybrid Learning Focus Of Rutgers, UPCEA, and NJREN Conference For Educators - Richenda Gould, Rutgers

Now in its seventh year, RUOnlineCon has expanded from a statewide event to include attendees throughout the mid-Atlantic region, from New York to West Virginia. It is meant for faculty and others from higher education institutions who are active in online and hybrid learning environments, including instructional designers, educational technology specialists, department and program chairs, curriculum managers and online program administrators. Early registration is available at http://ruonlinecon.rutgers.edu. “Higher education is now interwoven with education technology tools and instructional design approaches,” explained Richard J. Novak, vice president of continuing studies and distance learning at Rutgers. Speakers include Jeff Selingo (College unBound); Deb Adair, Quality Matters; Ray Schroeder, UPCEA and UIS ; Joan Bouillon, Pearson; and Kenneth Ronkowitz, New Jersey Institute of Technology. Rutgers’ co-presenters of the conference are the Mid-Atlantic chapter of UPCEA and the New Jersey Research and Education Network, a nonprofit technology consortium of academic and research institutions. http://cenewscenter.rutgers.edu/articles/2015/11/online-education-hybrid-learning-focus-rutgers-conference-educators

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