Tag Archives: #NWeLearn

NWeLearn: Using Gamefication to Increase Engagement

Last week, I was at the North West eLearning Conference in Eugene, OR. I highly recommend the conference. What I like about it most is that there are usually few presentations by vendors and a lot of sessions by teachers … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Revisiting Presence and Community in the Online Classroom

Revisiting Presence and Community in the Online Classroom Patrick Lowenthal, Assistant Professor at Boise State University Online educators love to talk about social presence and community. In this talk, Patrick will review some of his recent research on social presence … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Student Makers & Publishers

These are some random notes from a very exciting presentation on alternative assessments and student driven work. The notes are not a complete account but reflects my own interests and distractions: Student Makers & Publishers Amber Lemiere, Instructor of English … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Limitless Education: Is Open Source an Option?

Limitless Education: Is Open Source an Option? Tamara Mitchell, Assistant Director Career Success Center at Oregon State University / Arkansas State University Mountain Home / Western Oregon University Brian Daigle, Center for Academic Innovation at Western Oregon University Alexis Terell, … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Using eLearning in Developmental Education

Not Ready for College, but Ready for College Online: Using eLearning in Developmental Education Jennifer Kepka, Instructor at Lane Community College and Linn Benton Community College Many colleges and community colleges shy away from offering online courses below the 100-level … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Creativity in Instructional Design

These are only my notes and impressions. Non-tangential ramblings are my own. Contents may settle in shipping: Creativity in Instructional Design Shannon Riggs, Director of Ecampus Course Development and Training at Oregon State University Instructional designers wear many hats in … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Digital Fluency Initiative and Faculty Development

Digital Fluency Initiative and Faculty Development Linda Samek, Provost; Robin Ashford, Senior Librarian; Anna Berardi, Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy; Gloria Doherty, Director of Education Technology and Hybrid Learning Programs at George Fox University The ability of faculty to … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Birds of a Feather – Professional Development

Notes from the group of administrators and faculty talking about professional development. Lack of tangential thinking completely my own. Thoughts may settle during shipping: Birds of a Feather Anna Sholz Shannon Riggs Tuba Kayaarasi-Rodriguez Linda Samek Debby Espinor Kathryn Linder … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: Developing & Hosting an Accessible Online Conference

These are my nearly random notes from Greg’s presentation. Lack of tangential thought is my own. Contents may settle in shipping: Developing & Hosting an Accessible Online Conference Dr. Gregory Zobel, Assistant Professor of Educational Technology at Western Oregon University … Continue reading

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