April 17, 2018 - 9:00 AM to April 20, 2018 - 12:00 PM
Education innovation. It’s how we, as a community, continue to thrive in this rapidly changing learning environment. It’s how we respond to, revolve around, and guide student success and satisfaction. Whether embracing emerging tech, incorporating intelligent learning management systems, or designing blended classrooms, now more than ever it is imperative that academic leaders, faculty, and administrators alike come together to ensure that our pedagogies are progressive, organic and continually break new ground.
Education Reimagined: A Joint Conference Presented by OLC and MERLOT
Advancing education innovation requires continuous visionary leadership from all disciplines. And that’s why we’re inviting you to join us in Nashville this coming April. Together we will challenge our teaching and learning paradigms, reimagine the learning experience, and ideate on how disruptions in education today will shape the innovative classroom of tomorrow.
At OLC Innovate, we will conduct a series of engaging hands-on workshops aimed at fostering organic interactions and collaborative cross-disciplinary problem solving. Together we will build new foundations for stronger, better higher education environments. And because innovation scales best when ideas are shared, our work sessions will explore emerging technologies and adapted teaching behaviors aimed at informing policy, inspiring leadership, and evolving practice at all levels impacting institutions, universities and colleges. Advancing education innovation begins with you. And it all starts at OLC Innovate. Please be there. Nashville, April 2018.
April 18, 2018 -
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Spend an active day with your colleagues sharing, collaborating, and imagining the library’s role in Guided Pathways. Please bring a laptop or mobile device to support collaboration and active participation (if possible).
Breakfast Served at 8:30 AM and program begins at 9:00 AM.
Together we will:
- Share ideas about how libraries are participating in planning for Guided Pathways
- Discuss models of library services at existing Guided Pathways colleges
- Strategize on ways to ensure an active role for libraries in curriculum development and support in the Guided Pathways framework
This workshop is hands-on, so participants will come prepared to:
- Discuss the current state of Guided Pathways at their college
- Identify a Guided Pathways-related project or activity at their library
- Contribute to a shared “Talking Points/White Paper” that outlines rationale for CCC Library involvement in Guided Pathways
Facilitators: Michelle Morton, Aloha Sargent, Elizabeth Bowman