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Equip • Engage • Empower

Every day, learning is taking place across barriers once thought to be insurmountable. For the 15th anniversary of OETC, join more than 6,000 attendees to explore the endless possibilities that distance learning and alternative learning models provide. Attendees will come together to teach and learn about new ways to equip, engage, and empower learners and educators across the state and beyond!


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Wednesday, February 13 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Effective Strategies for Engaging Students in Online/Blended Learning

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This session will begin with an overview and introduction on ways to evaluate student skills and readiness for online learning. The importance of the development of measurable course objectives and how to select appropriate assessment measures to evaluate student success in online learning will be discussed. The presenters will conclude with strategies on how to improve and sustain learner engagement during the course and beyond. Specific examples in each of these areas will be presented.


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Christa Currie

Assistant Professor, College of Mount St. Joseph
Dr. Currie is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry. She holds a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati. Professor Currie joined the Mount's faculty in 2008. Her research interests include the determination of adulteration in cremain samples using inductively coupled plasma (ICP) and capillary electrophoresis (CE) as well as the investigation of heparin purity using CE.
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Kim Hunter

IT Director, College of Mount St. Joseph
Kim Hunter is the Director of Institutional Technology at the College of Mt. St. Joseph in Cincinnati, Ohio. Kim joined the Instructional Technology team after 20 years as a faculty member coordinating and teaching in the Computer Information Systems programs at the College of Mt. St. Joseph and University of Toledo. Kim earned a Master of Business Adminsitration from the University of Toledo, where she also earned a undergraduate degree in... Read More →
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Clarissa Rosas

Director, Graduate Special Education Program, College of Mount St. Joseph
Accomplished educator with doctorate that focused on Bilingual/Multicultural Special Education. Strong background in administration at the district, building and higher education level; general education, special education both mild to moderate and moderate to intense; English as a second language; bilingual education; multicultural education; and online course development and delivery. Expertise includes developing innovative programs and... Read More →


Wednesday February 13, 2013 12:00pm - 12:45pm
C220-221

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