A/V Available > Got MOOC? Why Your CIO Can Solve Your MOOC Dilemma, Analyze Your Student Retention Problem and Support Your Flipped Classroom

McKiernan, Gerard [LIB] gerrymck at IASTATE.EDU
Fri Oct 12 19:34:11 EDT 2012

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Originally Aired: Thursday, October 4, 2012

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Higher education is buzzing about blended and online learning, the flipped classroom and MOOCs. Academics from every discipline have taken notice and are working on strategies to incorporate these concepts into their curriculums and courses. CIOs and technologists should be part of these strategic discussions and work together with academics to bring the best solutions to the table in order to meet the institution’s goals.

Join us for this complimentary webinar event where one innovative CIO puts it all into perspective – when to enter the conversation on blended learning strategy and how to adapt to the latest learning methodologies. Hear from University of Kentucky’s technology leader, Vince Kellen. As a 2012 Dell Transformational CIO, Vince shares how UK is responding to the uncertainty facing higher education by:

  *   Defining a blended learning strategy before buying technology
  *   Weeding through the portfolio of technology options in order to invest in the right solutions for teaching and learning
  *   Responding to the MOOC phenomenon and how technologies like lecture capture can be used to support new programs


Source and Links Available Via

[ http://alternative-educate.blogspot.com/2012/10/av-available-got-mooc-why-your-cio-can.html  ]

Gerry McKiernan
Associate Professor
Science and Technology Librarian
Iowa State University
152 Parks
Ames IA 50011



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