OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design would like to introduce our three General Session speakers on Wednesday, May 31st!

General Session 1

Dr. Elliot King of University of Loyola, Maryland

Learning Sciences: Aligning Research to the Classroom Experience

General Session 2

Deb Keyek-Frannsen of University of Colorado

Learning Design: Lessons Learned from Moocs and Large Classroom Environments

General Session 3

Teresa Slobuski of San Jose State University

Learning Resources: The 21st Century Library as Classroom Learning Partner

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