The 2013 ELI annual conference offers over 40 sessions covering a broad range of topics directly related to the teaching experience. It’s a great opportunity to learn from colleagues at other institutions while networking locally with colleagues who are interested in the same topics. What are the trends? What programs are working? For anyone not traveling to Denver, the online conference will be available from the comfort of your own Viz-Lounge in Clemons Library.
A Sampling of Featured Topics
- Next-Generation Learning: What Is It? And Will It Work?
- Finding Your Pathway to E-Textbook Authoring
- MOOCs on Campus: Experiences from the Front Lines
- And Many More…
How to Participate
- When: Monday, Feb. 4 – Wednesday, Feb. 6
- Where: Robertson Media Center, Clemons Library, 3rd floor
- How: Drop in and view the sessions in the VizLounge on the high density display wall.
- What: Look at the online agenda to determine what session you would like to attend. If there are concurrent sessions, viewers will only be able to view one. Consensus will rule.
Please remember in making your selections that times listed on the EDUCAUSE site are in Mountain time. Eastern time is 2 hours later.