Free Webinar: 12/15 at 2pm CDT
Webinar – December 15, at 2pm CST
Unlocking Possibilities: The Latest Research Findings in eLearning
3 Puzzle Pieces: The Career Ladder, Threaded Discussion and Video Feedback
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Learn the latest research findings from three prominent online educators at 2 p.m. CST, Dec. 15, 2015. The presenting faculty are recipients of Faculty Grant Program awards presented annually by Academic Partnerships. In this webinar, they will share 3 pieces of the elearning best-practice puzzle:
The Career Ladder : UT Arlington’s Dr. Bradley Davis will discuss his study, “Exploring the Career Paths of Leadership Preparation Program Graduates.”.
Use of Threaded Discussions: Arkansas State’s Dr. Brinda McKinney will share her findings from “The Impact of Threaded Discussion Board Activity on Content Mastery.”
Video Feedback : Karen Manning and Angela Robbins from the University of Cincinnati online MBA program will discuss their on-going research into “Increasing Student Engagement and Positive Learning Outcomes in Online Problem Based Learning through the use of On Demand Video Feedback.”
eLearning is the fastest-growing element of modern higher education. These experts will share their detailed insights, which you can use to improve your programs’ potential and results.
Bradley Davis, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, is a mixed-methods researcher with an emphasis on critical, quantitative methodology.
Karen Manning & Angela Robbins, University of Cincinnati: Ms. Manning has over 35 years of industry experience and is the 2015 Outstanding Adjunct Teacher. Angela Robbins is an Instructional Designer, instructor and has served as a program director.
Brinda McKinney, PhD, Arkansas State University, teaches nursing and currently serves as the program coordinator for the online RN-BSN program.