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Overview

The conference will be packed with inspirational keynote speakers, informational sessions, lots of networking opportunities, plus the chance to talk to industry experts. Here is an agenda overview of the 3-day conference.

Overview: Pre-Conference

Location: Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun Hotel

8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 16:00 Academic Adoption Day
9:00 – 13:30 Developers Day
9:00 – 16:00 Open LMS Day
17:00 – 19:00 Welcome Reception

*Program is subject to change. Lunch and Tea Breaks will be available.

Overview: Main Conference Day 1

Location: Grand Hyatt Seoul

8:00 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 12:55 Welcome, Keynotes, Plenary
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 16:35 Breakouts & Client Sessions
16:40 – 17:00 Blackboard Awards and Day 1 Closing
18:00 – 21:00 Conference Social Party

*Program is subject to change. Lunch and Tea Breaks will be available.

Overview: Main Conference Day 2

Location: Grand Hyatt Seoul

8:00 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 12:40 Keynotes, Plenary
12:40 – 13:40 Lunch
13:40 – 16:15 Breakouts
16:20 – 16:45 Competition Winner Announcements and Closing Note

*Program is subject to change. Lunch and Tea Breaks will be available.

Detailed Sessions

Pre-Conference | 14 October

Academic Adoption Day

Location: Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun
Facilitator: Mark Bailye, Client Success Advocate, Blackboard

 

8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome & Overview
This will be a fun, hands-on workshop for all those who are keen to find out how easy it is to design and build an active learning student experience in Blackboard Learn Ultra. Anyone can do it!
9:15 – 9:45 Discover
An opportunity for you to explore what active learning is and why this type of student learning experience is important.
9:45 – 10:40 Define
Time to determine what a good active learning student experience looks like. What are the key components? How many of these can you find in a Learn Ultra course that you will get access to?
10:40 – 11:10 Morning Tea Break
11:10 – 12:00 Develop
Now, it’s your turn. You will be provided with tool kits and an opportunity to learn how to use them to design an active learning student experience. Once you have that mastered, it is challenge time! You will get the chance to put everything you have learnt into practice. First, you will design an active learning student experience – it can be on any topic you want!
12:00 – 13:00 Deliver
Once you have the design nailed, you will then be able to build out your active learning student experience in a Learn Ultra course.
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:30 Deliver
Last opportunity to finish building your active learning student experience in a Learn Ultra course. You will be amazed at what you will be able to achieve in a short space of time!
14:30 – 15:30 Showcase
Finally, it is time to celebrate your success and showcase what you have been able to achieve. Can’t wait to see you all there!
15:30 – 16:00 Afternoon Tea Break and End
17:00 – 19:00 Don’t forget our Welcome Reception from 5pm onwards!

Developers Day (3-hours)

Location: Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun
Facilitator: Scott Hurrey, Code Poet, Blackboard

 

8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome
Let’s spend a few moments to make introductions, talk about what we are hoping to accomplish in the next three hours, and answer any up-front questions.
9:15 – 10:15 Learn Integration Methods
Blackboard Learn is extensible in a number of ways. In this session, attendees will learn about Blackboard’s REST API and IMS Global’s LTI Advantage. Separately, these tools are a powerful and simple way to integrate Learn and external systems. Together, they provide context and data manipulation for a deep, meaningful integration.
10:15 – 10:45 Morning Tea Break
10:45 – 11:30 Integration Strategies
Knowing how to integrate with Blackboard Learn is only half of the equation. Determining which methodology to use is the key to building meaningful integrations. Integration Strategies is a look at what factors are key in deciding whether REST, LTI, both, or neither is the right approach.
11:30 – 12:15 Roadmap
Blackboard’s REST API covers a lot of use cases, allowing for a vast variety of integration possibilities. Still, the API is being expanded every day. In our roadmap session, we will talk about what we have accomplished in the next year, and what we expect to be talking about at TLC Asia 2020. Exciting things are happening. You won’t want to miss this session!
12:15 – 12:30 Closing
DevDay will close with open discussion and Q&A.
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
17:00 – 19:00 Don’t forget our Welcome Reception from 5pm onwards!

*Program is subject to change

Open LMS Day

Location: Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun
Facilitators: Pablo Borbon, Director of Product Management | Laura Martin Prieto, Senior Product Owner, Blackboard Open LMS

 

8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:10 Welcome & Overview
9:10 – 10:40 Advanced Personalisations
New Classes for Snap | Profile-based multi-branding | Tips & Tricks
10:40 – 11:10 Morning Tea Break
11:10 – 13:10 Learning Design
– Getting started with course distribution
– The importance of personalisation
– Mobile-friendly courses
– Measuring success
13:10 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:00 Roadmap and Ideation Workshop
15:00 – 15:30 Open LMS Community and world-premiere announcements
15:30 – 16:00 Afternoon Tea Break and End
17:00 – 19:00 Don’t forget our Welcome Reception from 5pm onwards!

Main Conference | 15 October

Main Track

Location: Grand Salon, Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Seoul

8:00 Shuttle bus pick-up from Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun to Grand Hyatt Seoul
8:00 – 9:00 Arrival and Registration
9:00 – 9:10 Welcome
Emcee: Philip Murray, Regional Vice President, Asia, Blackboard
9:10 – 9:55 Blackboard Corporate Keynote
Phill Miller, Chief Learning & Innovation Officer | Tim Tomlinson, Chief Product Officer, Blackboard
9:55 – 10:50 Blackboard’s Vision: Delivering a Simpler, More Powerful Teaching & Learning Experience
Jim Chalex, Vice President of Product Management | Wade Weichel, Director of Product Management, Teaching & Learning Solutions, Blackboard
This session provides a strategic overview of Blackboard’s overall Teaching and Learning suite of products. Come and learn where we’re headed directionally for Blackboard Learn, Mobile, Collaborate, Ally, Analytics, and Open LMS. Whilst not a product demonstration, this session will share details of our key investment areas and how we will continue to support your learning and teaching strategies to help your institution deliver on its strategic plans over the long term.
10:50 – 11:20 Morning Tea Break
11:20 – 12:05 The Rise of Student Engagement and Success: A new paradigm of Korean higher education
Dr. Sanghoon Bae, Vice President of Student Affairs and Director of Student Success Center, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
In the past decade, Korea’s higher education has experienced a huge paradigm shift owing to dramatic environmental changes. The new trend adopts student-oriented education, student engagement, and student success as major themes. The most frequently cited concept is “student-oriented” education. It is perceived as the vision which universities and colleges should work toward satisfying the needs of students and helping them fulfil their academic and career goals. Lately, the term “student engagement” was introduced to actualize the theme of “student-oriented” which is viewed solely as abstract and directional. While “student-oriented” suggests the ideal that institutions should strive for, “student engagement” involves the intervention strategies that are prescribed for developing systems and practices aimed at building student-oriented institutions. Notably, the emergence of the concept of student engagement led Korean researchers and practitioners to target the learning process and experiences of the students which was previously left in the “black box.” Finally, “student success” as a theme is flourishing among Korean universities and colleges which have made it their fundamental mission to be accountable for the students’ learning outcomes and success in future life. Moreover, student engagement is highlighted as an effective strategy to achieve student success. This presentation aims to explain why the theme of ‘student success’ has been introduced and widely accepted in Korea’ higher education. In addition, this presentation will provide the case of Sungkyunkwan University, which originally announced ‘student success’ as a vision of the institution and has made great efforts to develop systems and practices to actualize the vision of ‘student success.’ Finally, this presentation will suggest what should be considered by the institutions who pursue ‘student success’ as the institution’s goal in terms of policy, institutions, program development, and campus culture.
12:05 – 12:50 Sponsor Keynote
Amazon Web Services
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:25 Breakouts
Please refer to relevant tracks on the tabs above
Teaching & Learning | Educator Empowerment | Educational Insights | Beyond the Classroom
15:25 – 15:55 Afternoon Tea Break
15:55 – 16:35 Breakouts
Please refer to relevant tracks on the tabs above
Teaching & Learning | Educator Empowerment | Educational Insights | Beyond the Classroom
16:40 – 16:50 Blackboard Awards Ceremony
16:50 – 17:00 Day 1 Closing
Emcee: Philip Murray, Regional Vice President, Asia, Blackboard
17:30 Shuttle bus pick-up from Grand Hyatt Seoul to Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun
18:00 – 21:00 Conference Social Party @ Social 21

*Program is subject to change

Teaching & Learning

Location: Namsan I, Second Floor

14:00 – 14:40 Enhancing the Effectiveness of Self-Directed Learning (SDL) and Supporting At-Risk Students through Blackboard Journal
Jonathan M. Bryce, INTI International University and Colleges
Self-directed learning (SDL) is an education strategy wherein students, overseen by the lecturer, decide upon their own learning within given parameters and, in so doing, take responsibility for their own learning. One of the paramount success factors in SDL is the student’s ability to manage their time and focus their energies aright. Many students, however, fail as a direct result of an inability to manage their SDL and need some form of intervention and support to guide and direct them. This study explores providing such intervention through using Blackboard journal as a medium to monitor and evaluate learning performance to empower and motivate students by helping them track and take control of their SDL.
14:45 – 15:25 Syncing Classcraft Gamification with Blackboard
Priyadarshinee a/p Superamaniam, INTI International University and Colleges
The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of combining traditional pedagogical strategies with Blackboard and Classcraft (technological tools) in a Workplace Communication (COM2114) classroom to engage and motivate hospitality students to achieve better understanding and results.
15:25 – 15:55 Afternoon Tea Break
15:55 – 16:35 Development of Blended Learning Model for Health Education on Blackboard Open LMS
Marlon G. Gado, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute
The recent development in portable devices and wireless technology has radically changed how modern people use technology in their daily lives, including the students. These developments in technology, according to Andrew Kim, as cited by Gall (2018), has changed the dynamics of education, especially the relationship between teachers and students. In De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute (DLSMHSI), technology integration in the teaching-learning activities are becoming a norm since 2017. Optimization of educational technology in teaching-learning activities is explicitly stated in the DLSMHSI curriculum development strategies to secure funding allocation.

*Program is subject to change

Educator Empowerment

Location: Namsan II, Second Floor

14:00 – 15:25 (session in Korean)
Blackboard eTeacher Programme for 21st Century Learners: How to Ensure Faculty’s Professional Development in the Digital Age
21세기 학습자를 위한 Blackboard eTeacher 프로그램: 디지털 시대에 교수진의 전문 역량 개발 방법

Dr. Suhyun Yoo, Senior Educational Consultant, Blackboard
21세기 교육 테크놀로지의 발달과 사용과 더불어 교육기관들은 다양한 도전에 직면해 있습니다. 현재 및 미래의 학습자들은 고품질의 디지털 학습 경험을 원하고 있으며, 이는 교수자들이 교수-학습 뿐만 아니라 교육 테크놀로지 관련 지식과 스킬을 습득하고 활용할 것을 요청하고 있습니다. Blackboard는 이렇게 변화된 교수-학습에 대한 이슈들에 대한 해결책을 제시하고자 eTeacher 프로그램을 개발하였습니다. eTeacher 프로그램은 대학교육 뿐만 아니라 초중등 그리고 전문적인 교육에서 21세기 교육 전문가의 역량을 갖추는데 필수적인 교육 프로그램입니다. 이 워크샾은Blackboard사의 eTeacher 프로그램 체계 및 인증 과정에 대한 소개 뿐만 아니라, 워크샾 참여자들이 eTeacher 프로그램의 전문적인 내용을 경험할 수 있도록 설계되었습니다. 워크샾 참여자들은 2가지 전달 환경 -온라인 및 면대면 환경-을 통해 eTeacher 프로그램의 내용, 활동 및 평가 체계를 실제 경험할 수 있을 것입니다.* 이 워크샾에 참여하고자 하는 분은 노트북 이나 태블릿 PC와 같은 자신의 디지털 기기를 가져오시기를 부탁드립니다. 노트북이나 태블릿PC를 통해eTeacher 프로그램 온라인 전달 모드를 직접 경험하실 수 있습니다.
15:25 – 15:55 Afternoon Tea Break
15:55 – 16:35 Exploring Malaysian Instructors’ Perspectives of Blackboard Use for Tertiary Education
Logenthini Mariappan, SEGi University and Colleges

*Program is subject to change

Educational Insights

Location: Namsan V, Second Floor

14:00 – 14:40 Making the Most of Educational Insights
Mark Bailye, Client Success Manager, Blackboard
Within Blackboard’s EdTech platform, there are various ways of gaining access to accurate information that provides a deep understanding of the teaching and learning that is occurring. While the information is easily accessible, what to do with it could be challenging! This session will highlight the educational insights that are provided in Blackboard Learn Ultra and how these can be used to help boost student retention rates, create inclusive and accessible learning for all students, increase student success, and promote educational integrity.
14:45 – 15:25 Assurance of Learning (AoL): Managing the balancing act between curriculum design, data collection and sustainable institutional practices
Associate Professor Abhishek Singh Bhati | Karpagavalli (Priya) Gururaj | Esther Fink, James Cook University Singapore
James Cook University Singapore (JCUS) has worked towards a systemic approach for reliable data gathering to inform quality improvement processes at scale. This session will report on integrated workflows at JCUS, linking curriculum design, quality assurance and evidence-based review and support.
15:25 – 15:55 Afternoon Tea Break
15:55 – 16:35 Online Learning in Clinical Training: From the Perspective of Physiotherapy Students
Rajkumar Krishnan Vasanthi, Sangkar Nath Rao Subramaniam, INTI International University and Colleges
Clinical training is one of the core components of physiotherapy education where students learn to apply their knowledge and skills in handling real patients with impairments. As clinical training being a practical training, online learning and teaching are underestimated and less used in clinical training. This paper discusses the usage of online Blackboard collaboration tools and assessments during clinical training and the physiotherapy student’s perception.

*Program is subject to change

Beyond the Classroom

Location: Namsan VI, Second Floor

14:00 – 14:40 Visualisations of Learning Outcomes
Nick Benwell, Solutions Engineer, Asia, Blackboard
How do assessments provide evidence of learning? How do we relate learning to employability? Join Nick to discover how technology can enable both teachers and learners to achieve better learning outcomes and improve programmatic evaluation processes.
14:45 – 15:25 Student Retention – Starting with the Basics in Ultra
Sanghee Oh, Assistant Manager, Educational Business, Futurenuri
Is student retention an issue at your institution? Are you dealing with high dropout rates and low passing rates? One key component for student retention is understanding student learning activities. This is important in order to keep students motivated in their courses. Join Sanghee as she discusses the tools available in Learn Ultra – understand what you have and how to use it to understand your students’ learning patterns.
15:25 – 15:55 Afternoon Tea Break
15:55 – 16:35 Instilling 21st Century Learning Skills in the Basic Education Level with Blackboard Open LMS
Jemelle C. Astronomo, De La Salle Green Hills
Learning Management System (LMS) has been an integral component of the educational systems in most universities worldwide. Teachers have access to this system, which enables them to manage online resources and tools such as content and skills-related activities, quizzes, discussion, and generate reports for tracking pupils’ progress. Like any other system, it is imperative to evaluate the LMS utilized to identify room for improvement. This study was aimed at discovering the perceptions of pupils of the features of the LMS in use, with the purpose of identifying the strengths and the weaknesses of the system.

*Program is subject to change

Main Conference | 16 October

Main Track

Location: Grand Salon, Lobby Level

8:00 Shuttle bus pick-up from Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun to Grand Hyatt Seoul
8:00 – 9:00 Arrival and Registration
9:00 – 9:10 Welcome
Emcee: Philip Murray, Regional Vice President, Asia, Blackboard
9:10 – 9:55 Strategically Partnering: Co-creating the VLEs of the Future
Professor Michael Sankey, Deputy Director, Learning Transformations, Learning Futures, Griffith University, Australia
As institutions are increasingly testing the boundaries of technology enhanced learning with emergent and exciting new online learning tools, the responsibility on HE institutions to mediate a level of rigor in this area also increases. One of the really interesting evolving trends is the prospect that institutions are not all doing this alone. And that as a higher education community there are opportunities to strategically partner with both other institutions and with vendors so that we do not all have to reinvent the same wheel over and over again. At the same time, we need to be very conscious of not prematurely throwing out the baby with the bath water and that too sudden a shift can create problems for our students that could be easily avoided. This presentation will look at a range of current practices being seen within the sector that stand as great examples of partnering around new: learning and teaching initiatives; quality practices; models of credentialing; technology mashups, and more. All of these are leading us to develop new models of practice in how we mediate our virtual learning environments (VLEs) of the future.
9:55 – 10:40 Guest Keynote
Stay tuned!
10:40 – 11:10 Morning Tea Break
11:10 – 11:55 Toward a Digital Learning Roadmap
Dr. Gregory Winslett, Deputy Director, Digital Learning, Institute for Teaching & Learning Innovation, University of Queensland, Australia
The higher education sector has invested decades of effort into pedagogical research, educational technology innovation and improved digital teaching and learning capabilities. Despite significant improvements through new platforms and better ways to produce curriculum and learning design, there are signs that we still have a long way to go. Academic change fatigue, student satisfaction that has plateaued and a virtual learning experience that is often patchy and inconsistent suggest that we’re not fully realising the benefits of this new digital world and new student cohort. Furthermore, recent cross-sectoral research suggests that we rate our digital performance far lower than virtually all other sectors. We have an opportunity (and a responsibility) to re-calibrate how we ‘do’ digital learning transformation.
The challenges are substantial. The curriculum is crowded, the academic workforce is changing and there is a proliferation of new pedagogic models, products, technologies and outcomes. The University of Queensland is responding to these challenges with an institution-wide Student Strategy. As part of that strategy, the Digital Learning Roadmap seeks to balance consistency for students with novel and surprising digital learning experiences and will create a space that supports evidence-based approaches and risk-taking and innovation. In this presentation, Greg draws upon his twenty-five years practice in the sector and reflects on what works and what we have to look forward to.
11:55 – 12:40 Sponsor Keynote
Grant Beevers, Senior Digital Learning Specialist, Kaltura
12:40 – 13:40 Lunch
13:40 – 15:05 Breakouts
Please refer to relevant tracks on the tabs above
Teaching & Learning | Educator Empowerment | Educational Insights | Beyond the Classroom
15:05 – 15:35 Afternoon Tea Break
15:35 – 16:15 Breakouts
Please refer to relevant tracks on the tabs above
Teaching & Learning | Educator Empowerment | Educational Insights | Beyond the Classroom
16:20 – 16:45 Competition Winner Announcements and Closing
17:15 Shuttle bus pick-up from Grand Hyatt Seoul to Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun

*Program is subject to change

Teaching & Learning

Location: Namsan I, Second Floor

13:40 – 14:20 Presentation title in the works
Stay tuned!
14:25 – 15:05 Elevating Learning Motivation and Engagement with Online Learning
Adele H.T. Kam, INTI International University and Colleges
This presentation outlines a case study of embedding game elements into a Cambridge A-Levels physics course. The online activities in this course, i.e. quizzes, were designed to meet two basic psychological needs – the sense of autonomy and the sense of competence. To support the sense of autonomy, learners should perceive the freedom to engage with the online quizzes and the freedom from fear of failure. The Test tool in Blackboard Learn was used to create quizzes with randomized questions from question pools. The Calculated Formula test type was used to further randomize the variables in the problems. These applications enable the generation of unique question sets for students to practice in each attempt.
15:05 – 15:35 Afternoon Tea Break
15:35 – 16:15 A Gamified Approach to Improve Student Learning Experiences on Blackboard Learn
Dr. Lim Chia Yean, Vasuky Mohanan, INTI International University and Colleges
A gamification research study conducted by Zoe (2018) found that 74% of learners said that a points system would boost their engagement as well as 64% of learners commented that they would be motivated to learn if leader boards were involved and they could compete with colleagues in the gameplay. This study intends to identify the gamification features that could be adopted in Blackboard to improve student learning experience on Blackboard.

*Program is subject to change

Educator Empowerment

Location: Namsan II, Second Floor

13:40 – 14:20 Extending Your VLE to Reach Beyond Registered Students:
Course Catalogue and Registration Tool
Nicole Wall, Director of Educational Consulting, Blackboard
Institutions do more than offer accredited programmes. Learners do more than study degrees. Academics are often learners too. All institutional employees need to stay current on technology and business practices. These scenarios – short courses, CPD, staff development, pre-enrolment engagement, community outreach, etc. can be difficult to support in the VLE when enrolment is facilitated through a traditional SIS. This session will explore how Blackboard’s new Training
and Professional Development tool integrates with Bb Learn to allow users to create their own account, browse and select courses and enrol; once enrolled the tool enables learners to track their progress and receive certificates of completion. Learner dashboards display current, past and future courses allowing learners to easily track their progress in each course and easily
access certificates for past activities.
14:25 – 15:05 How do we employ UDL in our own practice?
Mark Bailye, Client Success Manager, Blackboard
As learner diversity continues to grow, so does the need for institutions to ensure that the needs of all learners are considered and appropriately addressed in the learning, teaching and assessment experiences they design and develop. Creating content and providing a learning experience that is accessible for all students can be challenging. In this session, participants will be exposed to the basic principles behind Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how this can be achieved in practice. When learning materials are well designed – the closer the parity and quality of learning experience becomes for all learners.
15:05 – 15:35 Afternoon Tea Break
15:35 – 16:15 Presentation title in the works
Stay tuned!

*Program is subject to change

Educational Insights

Location: Namsan V, Second Floor

13:40 – 14:20 Presentation title in the works
Stay tuned!
14:25 – 15:05 Providing an Accessible and Inclusive Digital Learning Experience for Students
Hailey P. Ferrer and Engr. Maribel G. Songsong, Malayan Colleges Laguna
Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) launched the Electronic Formative Learning Innovations Program (e-FLIP). Anchored on its learner-centered outcomes-based education (LC-OBE) framework and inclusive learning for students, e-FLIP is an online innovation via Blackboard Learn focused on Mathematics and Sciences. e-FLIP is especially developed for incoming college and senior high school (SHS) freshmen to scaffold the weak competencies in Mathematics and Sciences entrance exam results.  e-FLIP is MCL’s way of providing an inclusive learning experience for an estimated 2,500 new students. e-FLIP allows learners to have control of their own pace while enabling access to quality learning materials. Upon completion of the program, results of the diagnostic assessments would be compared to the entrance examination results and improvements are expected to happen.
15:05 – 15:35 Afternoon Tea Break
15:35 – 16:15 Design-Based Approach Learning Model for Teaching Programming
Armida P. Salazar and Roda Flor Andrea B. Teodocio, Malayan Colleges Laguna
This paper examines a learning environment design supported by Constructivist Learning principles for teaching introductory computer programming. This study focuses on assessing its effectiveness on helping learners improve their programming skills on definite learning outcomes, in comparison with the traditional approach of teaching. Data are gathered from participating Senior High School students taking up introductory programming course at Malayan Colleges Laguna. Findings are presented according to the learning outcomes. Factors such as formative assessments, feedback, mentoring and information technology tools and its impact are analyzed. Implications of the findings are discussed.

*Program is subject to change

Beyond the Classroom

Location: Namsan VI, Second Floor

13:40 – 14:20 Case-Based Video Assignments in Physiotherapy Education :The Way Forward
Thirumalaya Balaraman, INTI International University and Colleges
In this technologically advancing world, online teaching has become ubiquitous in all fields. However, teaching online is still a challenge in allied health professional courses where hands-on skills are the core component of the curriculum. Blended teaching is a way to bring online teaching in allied health courses like physiotherapy without compromising practical skill training in learning. This paper discusses the case based combined video and online assignment strategy in the blackboard to facilitate learning in one of the physiotherapy course.
14:25 – 15:05 (session in Korean)
Use of Synchronous Virtual Platform to Engage Students
Suhyun Yoo, Senior Educational Consultant, Blackboard
동시적 가상 플랫폼은 전통적인 교실 수업을 대체할 수 있는 수단으로  주목을 받고 있습니다. 또한 학습자에게 즉각적인 커뮤니케이션 및 피드백을 제공할 수 있는 동시적 가상 플랫폼은 기존의 e 러닝의 특성인 비동시적 (asynchronous) 상호작용을 보충할 수 있습니다. 이 세션에서는 수업 및 학습에서 새로운 혁신을 이루어낼 수 있는  교육 테크놀로지로서 동시적 가상 플랫폼을 직접 경험할 수 있습니다. 교수자 및 학습자간의 활발한 상호작용 증진 및 학습자들간의 공동 작업이 동시적 가상 플랫폼 에서 어떻게 수행될 수 있는지에 대해 탐색해 볼 것입니다.
15:05 – 15:35 Afternoon Tea Break
15:35 – 16:15 Aiding Students in Securing Jobs Through the Blackboard Community Page
Pooja Khanna, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
This presentation put forth new ideas on how UPES has included and promoted job relevant skills using community/organization page on Blackboard. UPES have a stellar Career Services department that not only provides exemplary services and supports our students and employers, but also provides sector leadership in employability development through their training vertical EDGE (Enhanced Development Growth & Enrichment). However, the Career Services Team cannot achieve UPES’s high graduate employment targets on its own. It takes the concerted effort and collaboration of every university staff member, student, alumni and technology to ensure that each graduate achieves the highest quality graduate outcomes.

*Program is subject to change


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