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Welcome and Opening Remarks
A. Maurice Matiz, Vice Executive Director, CCNMTL
John H. Coatsworth, Provost of Columbia University
Plenary: Innovation in the Learning Landscape
Laurie Burruss, lynda.com
A1: New Media Publishing: Whither the Textbook?
Faculty discuss their experiences creating and using digital books and journals for teaching and learning.
A2: Hacking the Archive
Digital humanities takes center stage.
Working Group: Breaking Through (pre-registration required)
Instructors will bring a challenge in their teaching and work with CCNMTL educational technologists to discover how the right combination of pedagogy and technology can help.
B1: Inspection, Reflection, Correction: What Faculty Can Learn From Their Students
An examination of three angles of classroom evaluation.
B2: Digital Dissemination: Sustainability of Your Scholarly Work
A look at emerging business models and strategies academics can use for disseminating and sustaining new media work.
Breakout Session: Technology for Any Teaching Style
Whether you're a Sage on the Stage, a Guide on the Side, or somewhere in between, the right approach to technology can enhance your teaching.
Leaders Forum: Making Changes (by invitation; pre-registration required)
Plenary: Sree Sreenivasan:
Sree Sreenivasan discusses the issues and steps that Columbia will undertake to create a well coordinated, university-wide strategy for online education, digital media, and social media.
C1: New and Emerging Technologies to Support Research in the 21st Century
Tools, techniques, and workflows to address problems encountered by real-world researchers.
C2: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad MOOC?
An introduction to the online learning landscape including current distance learning programs and Columbia's initial forays into the world of the massively open online course (MOOC).
Closing Thoughts: Summary & Appreciations; Raffle