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October 4, 2012 / dlitgroup

ETOM Fall Conference – November 2

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Szymon Machajewski, Eric Kunnen, Bill Faber, and Garry Brand at the 2010 Fall Conference

There is still time to register for the ETOM Fall Conference being held on Friday, November 2, 2012 at Northwood University’s Midland Campus!

It’s going to be a great day of great presentations by many Michigan e-Learning faculty and staff.  Our keynote speaker will be Garret Brand from Grand Rapids Community College.  Garret received the 2012 ITC Outstanding Online Faculty Award.  His keynote address will be ” Can Emerging Technologies Lead to Online Course Quality?

Break-out sessions for the day include:

  • What Students Want – Jennifer Luzar, Northwood University
  • Streaming films in distance education: Copyright law – Stelian Grigoras, Northwood University
  • Student Perceptions of a Blended Course – Bud Norman, Kellogg Community College
  • Scenario Based Lessons – Claudia Howery, Delta College
  • Jazzing Up Content for Distance Learning, a Tale of Two Web-authoring Tools – Bernadette Harkness
  • You Want Me to Do What? -Eileen Sparks, Northwood University
  • Social Media and Digital Storytelling – Aaron Gulyas, Mott Community College 
  • Open Educational Resources, you get what you pay for, or do you? – Szymon Machajewski, Grand Rapids CC
  • Critical Thinking in the Real World – William Pringle, Northwood University
  • Collaborating with Your Librarian – Jaclyn Dudek, Wayne State University
  • Video Streaming with Ensemble – Joanna Elliot, Washtenaw Community College
  • Integrating the iPhone and iPad into Course Management – Jerry Coleman, Northwood University

To Register:  www.etom.org

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