You may have read my previous CFP post looking for learning challenges & solutions – that was for the NEW program feature of #OLCInnovate, The Solution Design Summit (SDS). Nine SDS teams, who proposed a learning issue with a potential solution, have been selected by a blind, peer-review panel to be our finalists who will participate in our 1st Summit at the 2016 OLC Innovate conference in NOLA. This pre-conference event will be an opportunity to network with peers from other SDS Teams, specifically to solicit feedback from potential learning stakeholders.
VIEW THE SDS TEAM VIDEO TRAILERS
Learn More About the Solution Design Summit
Now the SDS Teams need YOUR feedback!
Please WATCH the Solution Design Summit trailers on the #OLCInnovate Sandbox (a Canvas LMS site) for the conference. To join this Canvas site, click the “Enroll” button at the top of the page or enroll HERE https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/MGEHMW
To effectively COMMENT and provide FEEDBACK, our SDS Planning Team has developed Guidelines for Solution Design Summit: Giving Feedback to Teams Please find all 9 videos and SDS Team pages HERE to do such things. You can READ the full proposal and learn more about these learning solutions by clicking on the “Read more at the Team page” links below.
Are you coming to #OLCInnovate? You should also plan to come to SDS Pitch Sessions during the Conference all hosted in Rhythms II Room of the New Orleans Sheraton Hotel. Three SDS Teams will pitch their learning challenge and solution during ONE (1) concurrent session in just 10-minutes. Audience members will be given 5 minutes for Q & A and then encouraged to cast their vote for the best solution design.
April 21, 2016
|11:15 am-12:00 pm||1. Cohort-specific Online Discussion Experiences
2. Expanding College Classrooms into High Schools via Distance Learning Networks
3. Bridging the Engagement Gap for Distance Students Through Telerobotics
April 22, 2016
|9:45 am -10:30 am||1. If You Build It, Will They Come?
2. Supporting Adjunct Faculty to Maximize Student Learning in the Online Classroom
3. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Cultural Relevance in the Curriculum
April 22, 2016
|11:15 am -12:00 pm||1. Preserving Core Experiences in the Online Learning Environment
2. Using Student Data as a Map, Not a Target
3. Creating Pathways to Digital Peer Leadership in the Liberal Arts
Thanks for your support! Much love from the #OLCInnovate 2016 SDS Planning Team:
- Mike Goudzwaard, Dartmouth College, @mgoudz (Co-Chair)
- Laura Pasquini, University of North Texas, @laurapassquini (Co-Chair)
- Patrice Torcivia, Cornell University, @profpatrice
- Kyle Johnson, Chaminade University, @kyleejohnson
- Michael Atkisson, Brigham Young University, @mikeatkisson
- Adam Croom, University of Oklahoma @acroom
- Allison Dulin Salisbury – EdSurge @amdulin (Reviewer)
- Sean Michael Morris – Hybrid Pedagogy, @slamteacher (Advisor)
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