K-State’s new “Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference” (ITL) is announcing a call for proposals to showcase K-State faculty’s teaching, learning, and technology used in the classroom or distance course(s). The deadline for submissions is now extended to Jan. 22, 2013, and the proposal form is available on the InnovationsInTeachingAndLearning.org website. Possible topics include:
This conference is a merger of two K-State conferences from previous years: the Axio conference, and the Teaching, Learning, and Technology showcase. Scheduled 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, the conference will have several hands-on workshops with presenters and the guest speaker. Continue reading “Call for proposals: K-State Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference March 5”
The 16th issue is now available on the Axio Learning website. Inside this issue are articles about the keynote presentation of the Axio Conference, flexbooks, and how to launch a videoconference.
Axio Learning at the Office of Mediated Education produces this newsletter for K-State Online users and other Axio members.
In this issue:
Videos and presentation materials from the K-State Online / Axio Conference 2010 are now available at www.axioconference.org/followup .
- Keynote: “ From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-able in a Digital World: What’s at Stake” by Michael Wesch
- Open Forum moderated by Dave Young
- “The Looking Glass: Faculty and Students’ Perception of Technology in the Classroom” by Rebecca Gould and Tweed Ross
- “Using Axio for Survey Data Collection outside Kansas State University” by O. Shawn Cupp
- “Using a Wiki Assignment: Group Collaboration Won’t Ever Be the Same” by Royce Ann Collins Continue reading “K-State Online / Axio Learning Conference 2010 videos now available online”
Are you planning to attend the annual Axio Learning Conference, which is Sept. 29-30 at the K-State Alumni Center in Manhattan, Kan?
We caught up with Shalin Hai-Jew, instructional designer at K-State, to ask her a few questions in anticipation of the event next week and find out what sessions she’s “deeply curious” about. Continue reading “Q/A: Axio Learning Conference Sept. 29-30”
Registration for the fifth annual Axio Learning/K-State Online Conference is now open. Come join us Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 29-30 at the K-State Alumni Center in Manhattan, Kan. The conference will focus on:
- The future of online education
- Innovative distance learning methods
- K-State Online/Axio Learning
The conference is free to attend, but pre-registration is encouraged. Register and view the full conference schedule at axioconference.org.
Professor Michael Wesch of K-State will give the keynote presentation 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29. Continue reading “Registration open for K-State Online conference Sept. 29-30”