Hosted by COHLIT of the NB Division of Continuing Studies, this annual conference meets January 14 and 15, 2015 in Newark and New Brunswick. From the website:
Attracting hundreds of attendees each year, the popular conference serves as a cross-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to online and hybrid learning. Past presentations have included topics on available and emerging technologies, use of various Learning Management Systems, ancillary software and sites, new instructional paradigms and pedagogical methods, assessments, virtual worlds, audio/video elements, faculty training and resources, and more.
Camden faculty can offer years of experience in teaching online and hybrid classes, using Sakai, eCollege, and other platforms. If you have an idea you’d like to discuss, call Christie or Emily at x6090. Or submit your proposal from the RUOnline 2015 – Request for Proposals webpage. For more information or to register as an attendee at the conference, start from the RUOnline 2015 homepage.