2015 Emerging Learning Design Conference

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Session will be listed by time as well as keyword.

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  • Registration – 8:00am to 1:30pm
    Grand Concourse
  • Breakfast– 8:00am to 9:00am
    Grand Concourse
  • Opening Session – 9:00am to 10:30am
    University Hall 1070 Lecture Hall
  • Opening, Welcome, & Introduction
  • Concurrent Sessions A – 11:00am to 11:45am
    University Hall ADP Center
  • Workshops – 11:00am to 12:45pm (break 11:45a-12:00p)
    University Hall ADP Center
  • Concurrent Sessions B – 12:00pm to 12:45pm
    University Hall ADP Center
  • Buffet Lunch – 1:00pm to 2:00pm
     University Hall Conference Center – 7th Floor
  • Lunchtime Roundtables – 1:00pm to 2:00pm
    University Hall Conference Center – 7th Floor
    Select tables during lunch will have a topic posted for discussion at that table. Lunch goers are encouraged to select a table with a topic they are interested in. Twice during lunch a gong will be sounded, encouraging attendees to switch to a different lunchtime roundtable discussion if they wish.
    The table topics will be:
  • Assessment
  • Critical Thinking
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Instructional Design
  • Gamification and Games
  • Learning Technologies
  • New Educational Technologies
  • NMC.org
  • Pedagogy & Design
  • Self-Directed Learning
  • Twitter Users
  • Web Developments & Trends
  • Concurrent Sessions C – 2:15pm to 3:00pm
    University Hall ADP Center
  • Ignite! Sessions – 3:00pm
    University Hall 1070 – Lecture Hall

Networking Cocktail Party – 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Join our SPECIAL GUEST, Keynote Presenter Dr. Richard Halverson!
Open bar from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and hors d’oeuvres from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. This event in NOT included in the Conference Only Registration. To attend this function you must select the registration that indicates “with Cocktail Reception“. Sometime during this event our Event Partners, the NMC.org, will be giving away a registration for the 2016 6th Annual Emerging Learning Design conference.

The schedule is subject to change


ELD15 Schedule By Keyword

04/1/2018

Below find our 2015 presentations listed by their identifying keyword.  Each presentation is assigned three keywords.  Once the times and rooms are confirmed for each presentation, that information plus each session type will be updated here.

Session will be listed by keyword as well as time.

The 2015 Keywords are

Assessment Blended Learning
Classroom Practices
Collaboration (sponsored by NMC.org) Communities (sponsored by NMC.org) Digital Citizenship
Diversity Evidence of Impact Flexible Learning
Flipped Pedagogy Gamification K-12
Learning Analytics Learning Spaces (sponsored by NMC.org) Libraries
Maker Space (sponsored by NMC.org) Mobile Learning New Literacies
Open Source Problem-Based Learning Repurposing Tech
Social Media Storytelling Usability & Accessability

Assessment

  • Agile Course Design: Teaching & Learning with the OIRT Instructional Design Team

  • Incorporating Flipped Ideas into College Courses

  • Incorporating instant student feedback in a large Psychology course

Blended Learning 

  • Online Course Design for Students in China: Fitting the Students’ Learning

  • Translating Learning Theories into Physical Spaces for New Learners

Classroom Practices

  • The Memeing Instructor

  • New Perspectives on Democratic Education for the 21st Century Classroom

  • Characteristics of the Millennials, creating best practices

Collaboration sponsored by NMC.org

  • Agile Course Design

  • Technology and the Intersection of Science and Humanities

  • Characteristics of the Millennials, creating best practices

Communities sponsored by NMC.org

  • Technology and the Intersection of Science and Humanities

  • New Perspectives on Democratic Education for the 21st Century Classroom

  • The Modern Library

Digital Citizenship

  • The Memeing Instructor

  • Next Steps with Social Media

Diversity

  • Next Steps with Social Media

Evidence of Impact

  • More Time To Teach Please!

Flexible Learning

  • EdTech & Instruction for 21st Century Skill Building

  • Creating Engaging & Innovative Course Materials

Flipped Pedagogy

  • Incorporating Flipped Ideas into College Courses

Gamification

  • Level Up Education

K-12

  • More Time To Teach Please!

Learning Analytics

  • The Ultimate Course Search Learning Tool

  • Incorporating instant student feedback in a large Psychology course

Learning Spaces  sponsored by NMC.org

  • Agile Course Design

  • Technology and the Intersection of Science and Humanities

  • Characteristics of the Millennials, creating best practices

Libraries

  • The Modern Library

  • Creating Engaging & Innovative Course Materials

Maker Space sponsored by NMC.org

  • Making Musical Interfaces with MaKey MaKey and Scratch

  • The Modern Library

Mobile Learning

  • The Ultimate Course Search Learning Tool

  • Creating Engaging & Innovative Course Materials

New Literacies

  • New Perspectives on Democratic Education for the 21st Century Classroom

  • Sonify Your Lesson Using aQWERTYon

  • EdTech & Instruction for 21st Century Skill Building

Open Source

  • Sonify Your Lesson Using aQWERTYon

  • The Ultimate Course Search Learning Tool

Problem-Based Learning

  • EdTech & Instruction for 21st Century Skill Building

Repurposing Tech

  • Sonify Your Lesson Using aQWERTYon

  • Making Musical Interfaces with MaKey MaKey and Scratch

  • Incorporating Flipped Ideas into College Courses

Social Media

  • The Memeing Instructor

  • Engaging your Students with VOKI Talking Avatars

  • Next Steps with Social Media

Storytelling

  • The Memeing Instructor

  • Engaging your Students with VOKI Talking Avatars

Usability & Accessability

  • Making Musical Interfaces with MaKey MaKey and Scratch

  • Engaging your Students with VOKI Talking Avatars

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