Dear Commons Community,
Tomorrow at 3:30 pm, I will be a member of a panel discussing Using Technology to Support Postsecondary Student Learning. Sponsored by the USDOE Institute of Education Sciences and Abt Associates, this webinar will review recommendations of a report published last year that is part of IES’s What Works Clearinghouse Project. A lot of our discussion will center on emergency remote teaching as well as longer term planning. Here is the promotional description:
This WWC webinar will focus on strategies for applying the evidence-based recommendations from the Using Technology to Support Postsecondary Student Learning Practice Guide to support remote postsecondary teaching and learning during the current global health crisis. Participants will hear from three expert panelists: Dr. Nada Dabbagh, Professor and Director of the Division of Learning Technologies in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University; Dr. MJ Bishop, Associate Vice Chancellor and Director of the William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation at University System of Maryland; and Dr. Anthony Picciano, Professor of Urban Education, Education Leadership, and Interactive Pedagogy and Technology at Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center.
This webinar is designed for instructors, administrators, and advisors at 2- and 4-year colleges and universities seeking ways to support instructional practices and student learning with technology. The strategies shared by the expert panelists will also be useful for technology developers, instructional designers, and staff who normally work at campus-based teaching and learning centers.
Hope you can attend.