DECEMBER 8, 2022
2:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT
Critics of online learning often blame the medium itself rather than an ineffective learning experience, when the focus should be on how to deliver the best teaching possible using all available tools and formats.
Join us for an interactive session on how to future-proof your instruction with resilient teaching and intentional online learning. We’re honored to feature three experts on this very topic: Rebecca M. Quintana, PhD, Associate Director, Learning Experience Design, Center for Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan, Stephanie Moore Assistant Professor, Organization, Information and Learning Sciences at The University New Mexico, and Andreina Parisi-Amon, PhD, VP of Learning and Teaching at Engageli.
AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING IN AN ENGAGELI PLAYBACK ROOM
We have learned over the past two years that utilizing educational technology is imperative to teaching and supporting our varied learner population. Join us in an Engageli Playback Room to learn how to engage learners in multiple modalities. We will be sharing best practices for designing and conducting engaging class sessions that effectively meet both synchronous and asynchronous learner needs, while still fostering evidence-based active and collaborative learning.
OCTOBER 20, 2022
11:00 AM EDT | 4:00 PM BST | 5:00 PM CEST
In an ever changing, complex world and business landscape, how do Executive Education professionals enable business leaders to prepare, transform and thrive? “Sensemaking", a term introduced by Karl Weick, refers to how we structure the unknown so as to be able to act in it. Sensemaking involves coming up with a plausible understanding—a map—of a shifting world; testing this map with others through data collection, action, and conversation; and then refining, or abandoning, the map depending on how credible it is. Sensemaking enables leaders to have a better grasp of what is going on in their environments, thus facilitating other leadership activities such as visioning, relating, and inventing.”
SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 | 10:00 AM ET
According to the Oxford dictionary, an ecosystem is defined as a complex network or an interconnected system. For a learning and development ecosystem to function, it needs to take into consideration the people, including the employees, facilitators, and trainers, company culture, training content, learning technology, approach and strategy, outcomes, as well as program governance. All of these components interact in complex ways to shape learning, both formal and informal. As the work environment shifts into permanent remote and hybrid settings, effective learning and development ecosystems are critical to developing people, especially when diversity and personalization are paramount.
AUGUST 3, 2022 | 10:00 AM ET | 4:00 PM SAST
In partnership with iiAfrica’s innovative blended learning model, STEM students across Africa are gaining access to top lecturers across the world. Models like this are changing the narrative of training and matching STEM talents in a cost-effective way, bringing beneficial skills to the economic transformation of the countries on the continent.
In this panel discussion, we will discuss, with both instructors and learners, the impact that technology is bringing to the classroom in Africa and how STEM institutions in particular can leverage the opportunity to transform their learning spaces.
JULY 13, 2022 | 8:00 PM ET | US
JULY 14, 2022 | 10:00 AM AEST | AUSTRALIA
Online and in-person are no longer a reasonable dichotomy to segment educational opportunities. Higher education institutions need to create a balance of virtual and in-person experiences, recognizing the trade-offs and unique affordances of each.
Join Julie Lindsay, Ph.D., Senior Education Technology Advisor at the University of Queensland, and Andreina Parisi-Amon, Ph.D., VP of Learning & Teaching at Engageli, in an Engageli virtual classroom to discuss a strategic approach to creating a virtual campus.
In 2019, Coventry University embarked on a journey to transform the student experience by creating a student-centered educational technology ecosystem. The search for digital tools to support and enhance student engagement in learning was a critical element, as further emphasized by the pandemic.
To review the Q&A from the session, click here.
In this session, we discussed how to:
DEC 9, 2021
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Join educators, experts, and innovators as we discuss the future of education in three virtual sessions being held in conjunction with the Empirical Educator Project Summit. The sessions will cover improving learning design and delivery platforms in a new, permanently blended, digitally-supported world of teaching and learning, as well as the challenges we should prepare for as AI is envisioned to become more present in educational methods and classrooms.
OCT 19, 2021
At the 2019 EEP Summit, Carnegie Mellon University announced the open-source release of OpenSimon, an infrastructure for empirical education, worth $100 million. Listen in as Ariel, Kelvin, Michael, and Norman discuss how the collaboration between CMU and ASU’s ETX Center is expanding the contribution to take a leap forward in courseware and learning experience design.
OCT 20, 2021
Revisit an interactive workshop with Andreina, Stephanie, and Whitney where they addressed the immediate challenges and opportunities of virtual education:
OCT 21, 2021
Watch as Daphne and Michael discussed how data can be used to improve teaching strategies and support active learning in a blended world.