e-Cornucopia.2014: Teaching with Technology Conference
Friday, June 13, 2014
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Oakland Center at Oakland University
e-Cornucopia: Teaching with Technology is an annual one-day technology conference that explores online teaching and learning topics including pedagogy, software, apps, engagement techniques and much more. 2014 marks the 6th consecutive year the conference has provided a forum for networking and the exchange of ideas.
This year our keynote speaker is Dr. Catheryn Cheal. Dr. Cheal is the former Associate Vice President and Senior Academic Technology Officer at San Jose State University. She presentation, How to Milk a MOOC, will discuss her experience with MOOCs at San Jose State University.
Who should attend?
This conference is intended for higher education faculty, instructional designers, instructional technologists, academic administrators, graduate students and anyone who is interested in incorporating technology into their courses.
Oakland University faculty and staff can attend the e-Cornucopia conference for free thanks to a generous grant from the Provost's office.
Onsite Registration is closed.
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