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Dr. Jennifer Ellis to Co-Present at Cengage Learning Conference

Dr. Jennifer Ellis (photo)IDPP faculty member and Evaluation Committee Co-Chair Dr. Jennifer Ellis is invited to speak at Cengage Learning’s 18th Annual Course Technology Conference from 13–15 March 2013 in San Diego, California. Dr. Ellis will co-present with Ms. Michele Clements, Assistant Professor in the School of Applied and Information Technology at the Community College of Baltimore County. Their presentation, “Increase Accessibility in Your Online Courses,” will explore how to make a cyberlearning environment accessible to all users.

Using Blackboard Learn and Collaborate as the model cyberlearning infrastructures, the session will discuss how to make synchronous and asynchronous content accessible, and offer the session’s participants the opportunity to share what steps they have taken toward making their virtual classrooms accessible.

Ms. Clements has been an educator for the past 10 years and has a special interest in adult learning and distance learning technologies. This is the first time that Ms. Clements is collaborating with an IDPP faculty member.

This is also the first time that a member of the IDPP faculty has been invited to present at a Cengage Course Technology Conference. The Course Technology Conference series offers opportunities for instructors to discover emerging classroom technologies and share best practices on how to integrate technology into classrooms to maximize students’ learning potential. The event attracts over 500 higher education computing instructors and administrators from across the U.S. and around the world.

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