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”
This spring, Professor Neil Garg of UCLA offered students in organic chemistry an optional extra credit assignment – create a music video about organic chemistry. Sixty one videos were created by 140 students working in teams. Titles such as Chemistry Jock, 99 problems, the Tupperwares, Break Alkenes with Me, and others can be found on the course website.
Chemistry Jock is one of the videos created in the class with more than 5,900 views on YouTube.
Continue reading “Spotlight: Organic chemistry YouTube videos”
With the increased concern of H1N1 virus on campus this semester, both students and instructors are getting sick and missing class. Instructors can use the Course Content tool in K-State Online to upload class material into their courses. To learn more, watch and listen to the Simple Upload video, which covers uploading course material into a K-State course.