November 30–December 1, 2017 | Tampa, Florida, USA
May 12–13, 2018 | London, United Kingdom
In today’s technology-focused world, your school is likely planning to create or improve an online or blended educational program. This seminar provides an opportunity for you, whether you are a new or experienced professional, to develop a clear understanding of how to harness pedagogy and leading-edge technology to achieve your school’s strategic objectives.
The seminar is particularly relevant for b-school administrators and faculty who are interested in expanding access to their MBA programs as well as meeting the demand for undergraduate education. By participating in this seminar, they will gain insights on improving existing online programs and incorporating components of blended learning into face-to-face courses.
This seminar requires a commitment to engage in a 12-hour online course that must be completed prior to the seminar and will provide the foundation for many of the activities during the seminar.
MBA: Associate deans and/or MBA program directors with an interest in starting an online MBA program or expanding/improving their existing offerings.
Undergraduate: Associate deans who are interested in expanding access to high-demand courses (e.g., marketing, finance, management, accounting, etc.) and/or beginning an upper-division online degree program.
College IT Directors and Instructional Designers: College staff whose primary responsibility is utilizing technology and/or electronic-mediated pedagogy in the delivery of graduate and undergraduate courses.
College Faculty: College faculty interested in using technology to engage students in learning in online, blended, and face-to-face courses.
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