Cite brings together more than 500 higher education online learning program executives, faculty and administrators providing them with a forum for information exchange on innovative learning strategies across a broad range of education programs. This year’s event will take place in Orlando, Florida from April 10-13, 2012.
The newest addition to this event is the Course Redesign Learning Track. This track, inaugurated at last year’s Cite, features speakers who are all campus administrators or leaders of their institution’s course redesign. Built for just about any discipline, the Course Redesign Learning Track will include:
-An Introductory seminar on the Principles of Course Redesign conducted by Carolyn Jarmon (NCAT VP)
-Case studies presented by deans and chairs in various disciplines from institutions across the country
-A panel of selected “Exemplars” moderated by Carolyn Jarmon
Other tracks available at this event encompass topics like creating impactful course content, interactive teaching, collaborating across learning environments, and improving the student experience.
Now in its 13th year, Cite is dedicated to offering learning opportunities around best practices in teaching and learning for fully online, blended, on on-ground education programs.
We can’t wait to see you there!