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Spring Conferences 2012

Posted January 13, 2012 in Conferences

Here are the ed tech conferences you’ll find SoftChalk at this spring.  We also want to know which conferences YOU’LL be attending this year! Leave a comment on this post letting us know.


TCEA

Texas Computer Education Association

Date: February 6-10

Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas

Booth: #1920

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Instructional Technology Council

eLearning

Date: February 18 – 20

Location: Westin Long Beach, Long Beach, California

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Innovations

League for Innovation in the Community College

Date: March 4 – 7

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Booth: #316

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IMS Learning Impact

Learning Impact and the Learning Impact Award Showcase

Date: May 14 -17

Location: Toronto, Canada

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NISOD

International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence

Date: May 27 – May 30

Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas

Booth: #608

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2 Responses

  1. Nancy Rivers says:

    NCMATYC – North Carolina Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges to be held March 15 and 16 at the downtown campus of Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, North Carolina. The organization’s website is http://www.ncmatyc.matyc.org

  2. Innovations 2012 League for Innovation in the Community College
    Date: March 4 – 7 Philadelphia PA

    Dr. Jim Brown, Associate Professor of Science at Ocean County College will be presenting “Best Practices: Teaching Science Totally Online”
    Sunday, March 4, 2012, 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM 411/412, Level 4

    Abstract: Teaching lab sciences online is reality! Hands-on wet labs versus the virtual labs will be compared. Best practices, student feedback, and outcomes will interest both faculty and administrators. There will be a special emphasis on building interactive science courses using SoftChalk
    http://www.softchalkconnect.com/lesson/serve/QtKTUBEzjlXLNF/html

    There will also be examples of learning objects built in SoftChalk to help with course level assessment in science courses.
    http://www.softchalkconnect.com/lesson/serve/DEpwKYZtvQfIz1/html

    See you there!
    Dr. Jim Brown

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