Some of the techniques and learning technology pilots showcased at Innovate are the first of their kind in Ohio. Some are the first in the nation. For several reasons, from benchmarking to pure curiosity, interest in Innovate has spread.
Innovate streaming lets anyone with internet access attend the conference for as many (Day 1) sessions as they’d like. While Innovate’s networking opportunities and overall atmosphere are not to miss, using technology to bridge access gaps is a pillar of eLearning, and the planning team is pleased to execute this best practice.
The following highly anticipated presentations will be streamed:
- Jim Groom’s Keynote Address, Futures of Engagement: A Domain of One’s Own
- Will higher education innovate fast enough to catch the pace of change, or be left behind?
- Swimming upstream: Overcoming Barriers to Technology Adoption
- Achieving Media Literacy: Mountains or Molehills for Teacher
- Leadership/Student Panel
- Lunch Keynote with Daphne Koller: The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone
- iTunes U panel, featuring students and university leadership
- MOOC Panel
- Tools of Engagement: iPads in the Classroom
- Steal My Idea
Check out the catalog of streaming sessions and their descriptions at go.osu.edu/innovatelive.
It’s the first year Innovate has been streamed in this manner, and the planning committee is excited to see what kind of virtual audience emerges. Virtual attendance caps at 250 connections, which we hope will accommodate everyone. With this in mind, however, please consider watching with your peers so fewer server connections are needed per viewer.
Whether you’re watching from a university abroad, or across campus between meetings you just can’t get out of, visit the streams that pique your interest on March 26th. You can still get in on the conversation by tweeting to #InnovateOSU.