Free Webinar > Building Virtual School Programs Using OER Repositories and MOOCs > August 22 2013
McKiernan, Gerard [LIB]
gerrymck at IASTATE.EDU
Thu Aug 8 18:35:57 EDT 2013
Building Virtual School Programs using OER Repositories and MOOCs
Time: August 22, 2013 from 1pm to 2pm
Event Type: 1pm pacific, 2pm mountain, 3pm central, 4pm eastern
Organized By: Open Doors Group and SoftChalk
1pm pacific / 2pm mountain ,/ 3pm central / 4pm eastern
Space is limited.
Blended Schools is a network of schools that have produced hundreds of online interactive lessons and full courses, and thousands of videos which are accessible for free from their BSNcloud and BSNtube repositories. In addition, to help districts and teachers deliver blended and online learning, Blended Schools has produced a series of MOOCs to help promote and build peer/support groups.
Join us for this webinar, where Mark Gensimore, Vice President for Learning and Instruction for the Blended Schools Network, will share their experiences and show you how your institution can build virtual school programs using OER repositories and MOOCs.
While Blended Schools focuses on K-12 schools, the concepts presented in this webinar regarding OERs and MOOCs will also benefit educators working in higher education and life-long learning.
Vice President for Learning and Instruction
Blended Schools Network
Photo for this event listing: blended classroom CC BY SA NC Hillsborough County School District
Source and Registration / Etc Links Available Via
[ http://open-resources-librarian.blogspot.com/2013/08/free-webinar-building-virtual-school.html ]
And For Your Consideration >
McKienan, Gerry." Open Sesame: Strategies for Promoting Open Educational Resources for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)." Panibus Magazine 28 (Summer 2013): 10-11.
[ http://open-resources-librarian.blogspot.com/2013/08/strategies-for-promoting-open.html ]
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Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011
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