Today & Tomorrow’s National Distance Learning Week Free Webinars

Did you know that this week is National Distance Learning Week? Here are some free webinars (all times are Eastern Standard) you can participate in to learn more about distance learning opportunities.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2011
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (ET)
Topic/Event: FLVS Online Literacy Resources 24/7
Presenter:
Christine Harris, Program Team Manager, Florida Virtual School
Literacy Resources 24/7 will highlight literacy support across all content areas. Come join in to see new tools that can help with instructional implementation and student success within an online educational environment.
Register to attend:  http://www.usdla.org/index.php?cid=115

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2011
Time: 1-2:00 pm (ET)
Topic: Developing, Maintaining, and Growing a State Chapter
Presenters:
Ken Conn
USDLA Board Member and Senior Vice President for State Chapters
Director of Houston Education, Data Projections

Louis Stricoff
Executive Director, PA/DE/NJ Distance Learning Association
Business Development Manager
Emantras/MOBL21

Janet Major
USDLA Board Member and Arizona Distance Learning Association – Past President
Technical Coordinator Arizona Telemedicine Program
Distance Program Coordinator, BioCommunications
The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center

As the title states, this session will focus on developing, maintaining, and growing a state chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association.  You will have the opportunity to learn with various state chapter leaders who will share their experiences.
Register to attend:  http://www.usdla.org/index.php?cid=115

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2011
Time: 1-2:00 pm (ET)
Topic: Brain-based Learning
Presenter:
Dr. Nish Sonwalkar, (Sc.D.MIT)
USDLA, Director of Research
The International Center for Distance Learning Research and Praxis (ICDLRP)
This webinar will explore how the brain is comprised of billions of neurons (brain cells) connected with trillions of “synaptic” connections between the neurons. Recent research indicates that learning happens in a human brain when a group of neurons are able to form a network passing information between them in the form of electro-chemical signals. Brain-based learning has the potential to enable curriculum content to be adapted to individualized learning pathways ensuring an increase in learning effectiveness and efficiency as well as improvement in student engagement and evaluation measurements.
Register to attend:  http://www.usdla.org/index.php?cid=115

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  1. *ALSO* The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) celebrates its 25th Anniversary and is pleased to announce the 2012 Annual Conference Call for Proposals. Proposals are now being accepted based on the conference theme, “25 Years of Excellence – From the Margin to the Mainstream.”

    April 29-May 2, 2012
    The Hilton at the Ball Park, St. Louis, MO

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS
    Submission Deadline: December 16, 2011

    We welcome proposals from all corporate, education (higher and K-12), healthcare, government and military organizations on distance education topics related to:

    • Excellence, Leadership and Best Practices
    • Emerging Strategies, Technologies, Techniques and Research
    • Global Delivery and Mobile Learning
    • Meeting the Needs of Today’s Learners and Faculty
    • Course and Program Development
    • Distance Learning Ethics and Copyright
    • Administrative Issues and Concerns

    Click here to learn more.

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