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Monday, June 17 • 10:00am - 4:00pm
Pre-Conference Workshop: Engaging Digital Learning Experiences

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See agenda here: https://web.mit.edu/mitxbio/2019_Workshop.html

The Engaging Digital Learning Experiences Workshop is a space to share lessons learned from developing and executing MOOCs and blended/hybrid learning projects and showcase innovations in design, assessment, and implementation. The Engaging Digital Learning Experiences Workshop will be an active, discussion-based program, primarily aimed at practitioners that construct and run online courses or digital learning experiences. However, interested researchers, administrators, entrepreneurs, technologists, and funders are welcome to attend, present, and engage in discussion.


Goals:
  • Create a space for digital learning practitioners to share their work, explore new collaborations, and network with peers from other institutions and countries.
  • Open the door for the international community to learn about the MOOCs and blended/hybrid learning work happening at both MIT and other institutions.
  • Provide an applied, interactive workshop that gives digital learning practitioners an opportunity to explore and discuss topics critical to their work.

Themes: MOOC development, blended/hybrid learning, learning design, science of learning,
digital learning

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Eichel

Lisa Eichel

Assistant Director, MITx Program, MIT Open Learning
Lisa Eichel is the Assistant Director, MITx Program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Open Learning. In her role, she supports a variety of initiatives relating to MIT’s massive open online courses (MOOCs) and global learning including project management, MicroMasters programs... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Jennifer French

Dr. Jennifer French

MITx Digital Learning Scientist | Mathematics, MIT Open Learning
avatar for Dr. Mary Ellen Wiltrout

Dr. Mary Ellen Wiltrout

Lecturer, MITx Digital Learning Scientist, MIT Open Learning
Mary Ellen Wiltrout completed her PhD in Biology at MIT, studying translesion synthesis in Graham Walker's lab. In the fall of 2009, she began working as the preceptor for MCB 52, a Molecular Biology course at Harvard University with Rich Losick, Briana Burton, and Tom Torello. Mary... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 4:00pm
26-152 32 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA 02139

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