Oct 26, 2009
10:00am - 12:00pm
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre - Room 302, Dodson Room
Facilitator(s): Charles Dziuban
Brought to you by: TAG
The Teaching and Learning with Technology series focuses on innovative ideas, emerging technologies, and effective practices related to the integration of technology into the teaching and learning environment. In its seventh season, the TLT Series typically sponsors 6-7 talks per year with speakers, selected by the Learning Technology Community and the TLT advisory committee, from UBC and beyond. The series is coordinated by the Office of Learning Technology.
To review resources from previous Teaching and Learning with Technology seminars, click here.
Seminars in this series are open to everyone in the UBC community; they are offered at certain times during the year and you may register on the TAG website during those times.
Charles will share the latest results form a decade long evaluation of online learning at the University of Central Florida. He plans to discuss predictors of success and withdrawal in online and blended courses and student rating of course modalities when the samples are large. He will describe the UCF project for the A. P. Sloan Foundation on student satisfaction and the unbundling of convenience and flexibility and how that research relates to the generations and reactive behavior patterns. In addition he will described how the Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness developed a culture of the scholarship of teaching and learning with the hope of establishing cooperative research with UBC.