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So you’d like to know more about active learning and what sets Echo360 apart from all the other solutions in the crowded digital market? We know you don’t have the time to sift through all the blended learning resources out there, so we’ve made it simple. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about Echo360 and how it fuels active learning and solves issues for professors, IT professionals and students at schools just like yours.

Whitepapers
The Learning Evolution: How Technology is Transforming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s next for technology-driven teaching and learning? Jeffrey Selingo, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University and Ben Wildavsky, Director of Higher Education Studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government, and Policy Professor, SUNY-Albany offer a cheat sheet for understanding the changes that lie ahead in the higher ed technology world. Download the paper to learn about five key trends starting to take hold on campuses.

Analytics That Help Real Time Student Learning

Discover how to use learning analytics to drive better student outcomes, identify at-risk students, improve retention and achieve other strategic institutional initiatives. A leading instructor and CIO share their views on how to best leverage analytics from both an instructional and institutional point of view. 

Active Learning in Education: New technologies give students the tools and motivation to make the most of classroom time

What are the benefits of active learning for students and instructors?  This brief details how active learning technology improves teaching and learning before, during and after class.  Download now and you'll find out why 75 percent of surveyed students say active learning tools are helpful to the learning process and 80 percent use them outside of class time.

Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning

Discover what CIOs and other technology executives at higher education institutions think about blended learning and lecture capture to enhance the educational experience. A survey of more than 150 technology professionals reveals how institutions use blended learning for flipped classrooms and more. 

Blended Learning Technology: Connecting with the Online-All-the-Time Student

See why 84% of students said that instruction delivered through a blended learning model helped increase their understanding of course concepts. More than 2,800 students at 11 institutions in the United States and Australia share their compelling insights in this 2012 student survey.

Blended Learning: Navigating the Challenges of Large-Scale Adoption

Learn how to overcome some of the cultural, process and academic challenges that may arise when trying to achieve widespread adoption of blended learning technology. George Washington University, Monash University, Qatar University, University College London and Wayne State University share their experiences in overcoming various challenges and establishing successful programs in this 2012 white paper, written by Wainhouse Research.

Delivering Courses to More Students: Blended Learning Technologies Take Distance Learning to New Levels

Gain new strategies for reaching more students while delivering a rich learning experience using blended learning technology. Several leading universities share their success stories of how they removed the “distance” from their distance learning courses in this 2012 CDE brief.

The Flipped Classroom: Increasing Instructional Effectiveness in Higher Education with Blended Learning Technology

Learn about the many benefits of using active learning technology to “flip the classroom.” In this 2012 Center for Digital Education brief, institutions share their unique experiences with flipping their classes, resulting in increased student engagement and learning outcomes.

Webinars

Learn how Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of Ottawa, increased class participation to 99%. Hear how he transformed his classroom into an “active learning zone” with the use of a student engagement solution. Get the full story behind Dr. Montpetit’s stunning findings – how student participation rates grew in his classes, grades improved and failure rates decreased.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Ottawa

Air Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015

If your institution is ready to implement a lecture capture solution or already uses technology to capture content, it’s important to assess if the investment is beneficial. Learn from an expert user in education technology, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), about key metrics for evaluating lecture capture’s impact and ROI – measuring satisfaction, usage, and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mike Kubit, Interim COO, Case Western Reserve University
Tina Oestreich, Assistant Director of Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Kenney, Co-Lead for Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Thomas, Classroom & AV Support Leader, Case Western Reserve University

Air Date: February 18, 2015

Learn how the Active Learning Platform combines captured content with content management to bridge the gap between educational content creation and learner outcomes. From developing a personal library to receiving real-time feedback on student comprehension and engagement, see how easy it is to create, manage, share, and analyze content within your learning library.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: November 19, 2014 and November 20, 2014

Click here to watch the November 20 recording instead.

Panelists from Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE explain how they augmented learning resources with video for a more efficient, practical learning experience. Discover how the use of active learning technologies in vocational education enables these institutions to deliver new programs while driving new discussions around pedagogy and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Sam Hegarty, Learning Technologies Advisor, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
David Bartolo, Facilitator - Innovation, The Northern Sydney Institute
Pauline Farrell, Blended elearning Solutions Executive Manager, Box Hill Institute

Air Date: October 7, 2014

Hear from the Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation at Echo360, as he explains the ins and outs of the Active Learning Platform. See how student activities like reviewing captured content, notetaking, Q&A and more translate into powerful learner analytics. He'll show how instructors use this data to tailor their teaching and improve student outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: September 24, 2014

How do you inspire adoption and improve learning outcomes? A panel from the University of Ottawa explains how they transformed their lecture capture experiment into a world-class service reaching more than 15,000 users a term! Discover how they use learner analytics to measure the impact of lecture capture and student engagement technology on learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mark Gareau, Director, Multimedia Distribution Service, University of Ottawa
Jovan Green, Acting Director, University of Ottawa
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa

Air Date: September 23, 2014

Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, redesigned his first-year pharmacology course using the flipped classroom model. What he uncovered through a three-year study was not only eye-opening, it led to curriculum redesign throughout the entire program. View the webinar to learn why he embarked upon the study, what the change meant inside and outside of the classroom, and how the results impacted the Pharmacy School.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Russell J. Mumper, Ph.D. Vice Dean and John A. McNeill Distinguished Professor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Air Date: May 8, 2014 and May 13, 2014

Click here to watch the May 13 recording instead.

Frustrated by the lack of participation and blank stares in his large lecture classes, Dr. Perry Samson, University of Michigan, decided to leverage the technology that students were already using by creating LectureTools. Using LectureTools to add polls, quizzes and other activities to his presentations, he has seen class participation skyrocket with more than 66% of his students now asking questions.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: April 17, 2014

The George Washington University (GW) saw the need to create a patient-centered nursing program that would attract the best students and shape leaders in their specialty. Through a close partnership between academic and technology departments, leaders and instructors at the nursing school designed a state of the art active learning space that provides real-life environments for hands-on student learning. Watch this webinar to discover the groundbreaking ways GW has combined technology with pedagogy to become one of the most innovative nursing programs in the nation.

Watch Now

Speakers:
P.B. Garrett, Associate Provost and Chief Academic Technology Officer, GW
Patricia Davis, Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab Director, GW School of Nursing
John Arpino, Assistant Director of Engineering Research and Development, Academic Technologies, GW
Lauren Dart, Manager, New Media and Outreach Strategy & Executive Associate, Academic Technologies, GW
Dameon V. Alexander, Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, Academic Technologies, GW
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: December 12, 2013

Instructors and technologists from UT Martin describe how they leverage lecture capture technology to promote active learning in face-to-face, online and hybrid STEM courses. Learn how they creatively use captured content for peer mentoring, distance courses, student review and more.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Craig Ingram, Director, Instructional Technology Center, UT Martin
Paula Gale, Professor/Assistant Director, Agriculture, Geosciences, & Natural Resources, UT Martin
Bruce Harrison, IT Administrator IV, Senior Systems Administrator, Video Engineer, UT Martin
Kate Stumpo, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics, UT Martin
Peggy Davis, Assistant Professor, Nursing, UT Martin
Bob Bradley, Instructor, Computer Science, UT Martin
David Ray, Instructor, Mathematics and Statistics
Harriette Speigel, Instructional Technologist, UT Martin

Air Date: September 26, 2013

Researchers from the University College London discuss the benefits and challenges of creating one of the world's most sophisticated e-learning environments. Discover how they use lecture recordings to support the teaching and learning process before, during and after class. Learn how a successful blended learning strategy enhances instructor/student interaction by encouraging interactivity and critical thinking.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mr Carl Gombrich, Programme Director, Arts and Sciences (BASc), UCL
Steve Rowett, E-Learning Developments Team Leader, UCL
Dr. Clive Young, E-Learning Advisory Team Leader, UCL
Moderator:
John Elmes, Editorial Assistant, Times Higher Education

Air Date: April 25, 2013

The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is on a mission to make learning more effective for their students and create a better graduate. Learn how they combine lecture capture with student engagement technologies to condense content-rich lectures into digestible pieces. Gain insights into the successes and challenges of implementing a successful active learning strategy.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Robert Malinowski, Director, Center for Academic Technologies, College of Veterinary Medicine
Michigan State University
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: February 28, 2013

Are your students are really paying attention in class? Or are they distracted, surfing the Web on laptops and mobile devices? University of Michigan professor Dr. Perry Samson, shows you how you can leverage students’ existing technology to increase in-class engagement and interactivity and fuel active learning using LectureTools.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: December 13, 2012

Box Hill Institute shares how they use video and blended learning technology to identify learning opportunities and provide individualized learning pathways for each student. Watch this webinar and discover how learner analytics can provide the key to a successful e-learning strategy.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Pauline Farrell, Executive Manager of Blended eLearning Solutions at Box Hill Institute
Moderator:
Maria Spies, Director of Educational Technology and eLearning, Navitas

Air Date: October 8, 2012

Vince Kellen, CIO of the University of Kentucky, explores the most up-to-date technology trends such as MOOCs. This webinar provides key insights into successfully navigating the technology landscape and selecting the right solution for your institution.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., CIO, University of Kentucky
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: October 4, 2012

Researchers from UT Austin, 2010 grant recipients through the Echo360 Blended Learning Grants Program, share the results of their study on flipping large enrollment classrooms. Learn the four key components to successfully inverting the classroom that were revealed during the course of their research.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Stephanie B. Corliss, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Erin Reilly, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Michael Heidenreich, Liberal Art Instructional Technology Services, UT Austin

Air Date: May 16, 2012

Do technology enabled classroom really improve student learning outcomes? Find out as Phil Reiter, Executive Director of IT for the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Pharmacy; and Mike Lucas, Director of Instructional Technology Services at University of Massachusetts-Lowell join forces to discuss technology-enabled classrooms and whether or not they really live up to the hype in terms of increased grades and student engagement.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Phil Reiter, Executive Director, Information Technology, University of Illinois - Chicago, College of Pharmacy
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research
Mike Lucas, Director, Instructional Technology, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Moderator:
J.D. Solomon, Web Seminar Editor, University Business Magazine

Air Date: November 2011

Informational Videos
Whitepapers
The Learning Evolution: How Technology is Transforming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s next for technology-driven teaching and learning? Jeffrey Selingo, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University and Ben Wildavsky, Director of Higher Education Studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government, and Policy Professor, SUNY-Albany offer a cheat sheet for understanding the changes that lie ahead in the higher ed technology world. Download the paper to learn about five key trends starting to take hold on campuses.

Active Learning in Education: New technologies give students the tools and motivation to make the most of classroom time

What are the benefits of active learning for students and instructors?  This brief details how active learning technology improves teaching and learning before, during and after class.  Download now and you'll find out why 75 percent of surveyed students say active learning tools are helpful to the learning process and 80 percent use them outside of class time.

Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning

Discover what CIOs and other technology executives at higher education institutions think about blended learning and lecture capture to enhance the educational experience. A survey of more than 150 technology professionals reveals how institutions use blended learning for flipped classrooms and more. 

CIO Handbook

As a CIO responsible for selecting active learning technology for your institution, you might find the multitude of options and factors to consider somewhat overwhelming.

The CIO Handbook was created as a resource to guide you step-by-step through the process of selecting the right product based on your institution’s individual needs coupled with the unique needs of your instructors, students and staff.

Blended Learning: Navigating the Challenges of Large-Scale Adoption

Learn how to overcome some of the cultural, process and academic challenges that may arise when trying to achieve widespread adoption of blended learning technology. George Washington University, Monash University, Qatar University, University College London and Wayne State University share their experiences in overcoming various challenges and establishing successful programs in this 2012 white paper, written by Wainhouse Research.

Webinars

Learn how Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of Ottawa, increased class participation to 99%. Hear how he transformed his classroom into an “active learning zone” with the use of a student engagement solution. Get the full story behind Dr. Montpetit’s stunning findings – how student participation rates grew in his classes, grades improved and failure rates decreased.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Ottawa

Air Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015

If your institution is ready to implement a lecture capture solution or already uses technology to capture content, it’s important to assess if the investment is beneficial. Learn from an expert user in education technology, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), about key metrics for evaluating lecture capture’s impact and ROI – measuring satisfaction, usage, and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mike Kubit, Interim COO, Case Western Reserve University
Tina Oestreich, Assistant Director of Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Kenney, Co-Lead for Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Thomas, Classroom & AV Support Leader, Case Western Reserve University

Air Date: February 18, 2015

The Echo360 and Amazon Web Services panel explain why the Active Learning Platform was built for the cloud, and how this unique architecture improves system reliability, scalability and security. Learn how moving your institution's content to the cloud can result in 30% cost savings versus on-campus solutions.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Ann Merrihew, Sr. Manager, US Education, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Sri Elaprolu, Manager, Solutions Architecture, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Tony Abate, Chief Operating Officer, Echo360

Air Date: November 5, 2014 and December 9, 2014

Click here to watch the December 9 recording instead.

Learn how the Active Learning Platform combines captured content with content management to bridge the gap between educational content creation and learner outcomes. From developing a personal library to receiving real-time feedback on student comprehension and engagement, see how easy it is to create, manage, share, and analyze content within your learning library.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: November 19, 2014 and November 20, 2014

Click here to watch the November 20 recording instead.

Panelists from Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE explain how they augmented learning resources with video for a more efficient, practical learning experience. Discover how the use of active learning technologies in vocational education enables these institutions to deliver new programs while driving new discussions around pedagogy and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Sam Hegarty, Learning Technologies Advisor, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
David Bartolo, Facilitator - Innovation, The Northern Sydney Institute
Pauline Farrell, Blended elearning Solutions Executive Manager, Box Hill Institute

Air Date: October 7, 2014

Hear from the Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation at Echo360, as he explains the ins and outs of the Active Learning Platform. See how student activities like reviewing captured content, notetaking, Q&A and more translate into powerful learner analytics. He'll show how instructors use this data to tailor their teaching and improve student outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: September 24, 2014

How do you inspire adoption and improve learning outcomes? A panel from the University of Ottawa explains how they transformed their lecture capture experiment into a world-class service reaching more than 15,000 users a term! Discover how they use learner analytics to measure the impact of lecture capture and student engagement technology on learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mark Gareau, Director, Multimedia Distribution Service, University of Ottawa
Jovan Green, Acting Director, University of Ottawa
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa

Air Date: September 23, 2014

The George Washington University (GW) saw the need to create a patient-centered nursing program that would attract the best students and shape leaders in their specialty. Through a close partnership between academic and technology departments, leaders and instructors at the nursing school designed a state of the art active learning space that provides real-life environments for hands-on student learning. Watch this webinar to discover the groundbreaking ways GW has combined technology with pedagogy to become one of the most innovative nursing programs in the nation.

Watch Now

Speakers:
P.B. Garrett, Associate Provost and Chief Academic Technology Officer, GW
Patricia Davis, Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab Director, GW School of Nursing
John Arpino, Assistant Director of Engineering Research and Development, Academic Technologies, GW
Lauren Dart, Manager, New Media and Outreach Strategy & Executive Associate, Academic Technologies, GW
Dameon V. Alexander, Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, Academic Technologies, GW
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: December 12, 2013

Instructors and technologists from UT Martin describe how they leverage lecture capture technology to promote active learning in face-to-face, online and hybrid STEM courses. Learn how they creatively use captured content for peer mentoring, distance courses, student review and more.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Craig Ingram, Director, Instructional Technology Center, UT Martin
Paula Gale, Professor/Assistant Director, Agriculture, Geosciences, & Natural Resources, UT Martin
Bruce Harrison, IT Administrator IV, Senior Systems Administrator, Video Engineer, UT Martin
Kate Stumpo, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics, UT Martin
Peggy Davis, Assistant Professor, Nursing, UT Martin
Bob Bradley, Instructor, Computer Science, UT Martin
David Ray, Instructor, Mathematics and Statistics
Harriette Speigel, Instructional Technologist, UT Martin

Air Date: September 26, 2013

Researchers from the University College London discuss the benefits and challenges of creating one of the world's most sophisticated e-learning environments. Discover how they use lecture recordings to support the teaching and learning process before, during and after class. Learn how a successful blended learning strategy enhances instructor/student interaction by encouraging interactivity and critical thinking.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mr Carl Gombrich, Programme Director, Arts and Sciences (BASc), UCL
Steve Rowett, E-Learning Developments Team Leader, UCL
Dr. Clive Young, E-Learning Advisory Team Leader, UCL
Moderator:
John Elmes, Editorial Assistant, Times Higher Education

Air Date: April 25, 2013

Alphacrucis College and Australian College of Applied Psychology share how technology choices have sparked a teaching and learning transformation across their respective institutions. Watch this webinar and hear from two technology professionals who hold the keys to successful implementations of blended learning technologies to create a more active teaching and learning experience.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Rafik Razzouk, Manager, Multimedia and eLearning Technologies, Navitas Professional Institute
Andrew Tennikoff, CIO, Alphacrucis College
Moderator:
Leigh Stevenson, Manager of Learning and Teaching Systems, Griffith University

Air Date: March 20, 2013

The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is on a mission to make learning more effective for their students and create a better graduate. Learn how they combine lecture capture with student engagement technologies to condense content-rich lectures into digestible pieces. Gain insights into the successes and challenges of implementing a successful active learning strategy.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Robert Malinowski, Director, Center for Academic Technologies, College of Veterinary Medicine
Michigan State University
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: February 28, 2013

Members of the Learning Ventures team at the University of Toledo describe the best practices they employed to develop a distance learning program with over 400 courses reaching 10,000 students across the globe. Learn how they achieve 100% participation by faculty and provide a community of support to their distance students.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Claire Stuve, M.A., Educational Technologist, University of Toledo
DiAnne Masztak, Student Support & Military Liaison, University of Toledo
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: November 15, 2012

Vince Kellen, CIO of the University of Kentucky, explores the most up-to-date technology trends such as MOOCs. This webinar provides key insights into successfully navigating the technology landscape and selecting the right solution for your institution.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., CIO, University of Kentucky
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: October 4, 2012

Researchers from UT Austin, 2010 grant recipients through the Echo360 Blended Learning Grants Program, share the results of their study on flipping large enrollment classrooms. Learn the four key components to successfully inverting the classroom that were revealed during the course of their research.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Stephanie B. Corliss, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Erin Reilly, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Michael Heidenreich, Liberal Art Instructional Technology Services, UT Austin

Air Date: May 16, 2012

Find out how to best use active learning technology to flip your classroom and see how this instructional model can benefit both instructors and students. Dr. Laura Berry and Valerie Martin from North Arkansas College share their lessons learned and helpful tips for implementing the flipped classroom model.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Dr. Laura Berry, Dean of Arts & Sciences and Title III Coordinator, North Arkansas University
Valerie Martin, Director of Distance Learning and Instructional Content Support
Moderator:
John Halprin, Vice President of Strategy and Programs, Center for Digital Education

Air Date: November 2011

What keeps CIOs awake at night when it comes to implementing and managing blended learning initiatives? Find out directly from the source in this highly informative webinar featuring Chris Elarde, Assistant Vice President of IT and Deputy CIO of Pace University; Richard Zera, CIO of University of Massachusetts Lowell; and Vince Kellen, CIO of University of Kentucky. During this roundtable discussion, moderated by Alan Greenberg of Wainhouse Research, they share their thoughts on developing a blended learning technology strategy, selecting the right solutions, working with faculty and technical staff and more.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Chris Elarde, CIO, Pace University
Vince Kellen, CIO, University of Kentucky
Richard Zera, CIO, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: July 2011

Do technology enabled classroom really improve student learning outcomes? Find out as Phil Reiter, Executive Director of IT for the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Pharmacy; and Mike Lucas, Director of Instructional Technology Services at University of Massachusetts-Lowell join forces to discuss technology-enabled classrooms and whether or not they really live up to the hype in terms of increased grades and student engagement.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Phil Reiter, Executive Director, Information Technology, University of Illinois - Chicago, College of Pharmacy
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research
Mike Lucas, Director, Instructional Technology, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Moderator:
J.D. Solomon, Web Seminar Editor, University Business Magazine

Air Date: November 2011

Informational Videos
Whitepapers
Active Learning in Education: New technologies give students the tools and motivation to make the most of classroom time

What are the benefits of active learning for students and instructors?  This brief details how active learning technology improves teaching and learning before, during and after class.  Download now and you'll find out why 75 percent of surveyed students say active learning tools are helpful to the learning process and 80 percent use them outside of class time.

Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning

Discover what CIOs and other technology executives at higher education institutions think about blended learning and lecture capture to enhance the educational experience. A survey of more than 150 technology professionals reveals how institutions use blended learning for flipped classrooms and more. 

Delivering Courses to More Students: Blended Learning Technologies Take Distance Learning to New Levels

Gain new strategies for reaching more students while delivering a rich learning experience using blended learning technology. Several leading universities share their success stories of how they removed the “distance” from their distance learning courses in this 2012 CDE brief.

Webinars

Learn how Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of Ottawa, increased class participation to 99%. Hear how he transformed his classroom into an “active learning zone” with the use of a student engagement solution. Get the full story behind Dr. Montpetit’s stunning findings – how student participation rates grew in his classes, grades improved and failure rates decreased.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Ottawa

Air Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015

If your institution is ready to implement a lecture capture solution or already uses technology to capture content, it’s important to assess if the investment is beneficial. Learn from an expert user in education technology, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), about key metrics for evaluating lecture capture’s impact and ROI – measuring satisfaction, usage, and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mike Kubit, Interim COO, Case Western Reserve University
Tina Oestreich, Assistant Director of Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Kenney, Co-Lead for Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Thomas, Classroom & AV Support Leader, Case Western Reserve University

Air Date: February 18, 2015

Panelists from Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE explain how they augmented learning resources with video for a more efficient, practical learning experience. Discover how the use of active learning technologies in vocational education enables these institutions to deliver new programs while driving new discussions around pedagogy and learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Sam Hegarty, Learning Technologies Advisor, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
David Bartolo, Facilitator - Innovation, The Northern Sydney Institute
Pauline Farrell, Blended elearning Solutions Executive Manager, Box Hill Institute

Air Date: October 7, 2014

Hear from the Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation at Echo360, as he explains the ins and outs of the Active Learning Platform. See how student activities like reviewing captured content, notetaking, Q&A and more translate into powerful learner analytics. He'll show how instructors use this data to tailor their teaching and improve student outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: September 24, 2014

How do you inspire adoption and improve learning outcomes? A panel from the University of Ottawa explains how they transformed their lecture capture experiment into a world-class service reaching more than 15,000 users a term! Discover how they use learner analytics to measure the impact of lecture capture and student engagement technology on learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mark Gareau, Director, Multimedia Distribution Service, University of Ottawa
Jovan Green, Acting Director, University of Ottawa
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa

Air Date: September 23, 2014

Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, redesigned his first-year pharmacology course using the flipped classroom model. What he uncovered through a three-year study was not only eye-opening, it led to curriculum redesign throughout the entire program. View the webinar to learn why he embarked upon the study, what the change meant inside and outside of the classroom, and how the results impacted the Pharmacy School.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Russell J. Mumper, Ph.D. Vice Dean and John A. McNeill Distinguished Professor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Air Date: May 8, 2014 and May 13, 2014

Click here to watch the May 13 recording instead.

Frustrated by the lack of participation and blank stares in his large lecture classes, Dr. Perry Samson, University of Michigan, decided to leverage the technology that students were already using by creating LectureTools. Using LectureTools to add polls, quizzes and other activities to his presentations, he has seen class participation skyrocket with more than 66% of his students now asking questions.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: April 17, 2014

Instructors and technologists from UT Martin describe how they leverage lecture capture technology to promote active learning in face-to-face, online and hybrid STEM courses. Learn how they creatively use captured content for peer mentoring, distance courses, student review and more.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Craig Ingram, Director, Instructional Technology Center, UT Martin
Paula Gale, Professor/Assistant Director, Agriculture, Geosciences, & Natural Resources, UT Martin
Bruce Harrison, IT Administrator IV, Senior Systems Administrator, Video Engineer, UT Martin
Kate Stumpo, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics, UT Martin
Peggy Davis, Assistant Professor, Nursing, UT Martin
Bob Bradley, Instructor, Computer Science, UT Martin
David Ray, Instructor, Mathematics and Statistics
Harriette Speigel, Instructional Technologist, UT Martin

Air Date: September 26, 2013

Alphacrucis College and Australian College of Applied Psychology share how technology choices have sparked a teaching and learning transformation across their respective institutions. Watch this webinar and hear from two technology professionals who hold the keys to successful implementations of blended learning technologies to create a more active teaching and learning experience.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Rafik Razzouk, Manager, Multimedia and eLearning Technologies, Navitas Professional Institute
Andrew Tennikoff, CIO, Alphacrucis College
Moderator:
Leigh Stevenson, Manager of Learning and Teaching Systems, Griffith University

Air Date: March 20, 2013

The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is on a mission to make learning more effective for their students and create a better graduate. Learn how they combine lecture capture with student engagement technologies to condense content-rich lectures into digestible pieces. Gain insights into the successes and challenges of implementing a successful active learning strategy.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Robert Malinowski, Director, Center for Academic Technologies, College of Veterinary Medicine
Michigan State University
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: February 28, 2013

Are your students are really paying attention in class? Or are they distracted, surfing the Web on laptops and mobile devices? University of Michigan professor Dr. Perry Samson, shows you how you can leverage students’ existing technology to increase in-class engagement and interactivity and fuel active learning using LectureTools.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: December 13, 2012

Members of the Learning Ventures team at the University of Toledo describe the best practices they employed to develop a distance learning program with over 400 courses reaching 10,000 students across the globe. Learn how they achieve 100% participation by faculty and provide a community of support to their distance students.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Claire Stuve, M.A., Educational Technologist, University of Toledo
DiAnne Masztak, Student Support & Military Liaison, University of Toledo
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: November 15, 2012

Researchers from UT Austin, 2010 grant recipients through the Echo360 Blended Learning Grants Program, share the results of their study on flipping large enrollment classrooms. Learn the four key components to successfully inverting the classroom that were revealed during the course of their research.

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Speakers:
Stephanie B. Corliss, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Erin Reilly, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Michael Heidenreich, Liberal Art Instructional Technology Services, UT Austin

Air Date: May 16, 2012

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Whitepapers
The Learning Evolution: How Technology is Transforming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s next for technology-driven teaching and learning? Jeffrey Selingo, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University and Ben Wildavsky, Director of Higher Education Studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government, and Policy Professor, SUNY-Albany offer a cheat sheet for understanding the changes that lie ahead in the higher ed technology world. Download the paper to learn about five key trends starting to take hold on campuses.

Analytics That Help Real Time Student Learning

Discover how to use learning analytics to drive better student outcomes, identify at-risk students, improve retention and achieve other strategic institutional initiatives. A leading instructor and CIO share their views on how to best leverage analytics from both an instructional and institutional point of view. 

Active Learning in Education: New technologies give students the tools and motivation to make the most of classroom time

What are the benefits of active learning for students and instructors?  This brief details how active learning technology improves teaching and learning before, during and after class.  Download now and you'll find out why 75 percent of surveyed students say active learning tools are helpful to the learning process and 80 percent use them outside of class time.

Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning

Discover what CIOs and other technology executives at higher education institutions think about blended learning and lecture capture to enhance the educational experience. A survey of more than 150 technology professionals reveals how institutions use blended learning for flipped classrooms and more. 

Blended Learning: Navigating the Challenges of Large-Scale Adoption

Learn how to overcome some of the cultural, process and academic challenges that may arise when trying to achieve widespread adoption of blended learning technology. George Washington University, Monash University, Qatar University, University College London and Wayne State University share their experiences in overcoming various challenges and establishing successful programs in this 2012 white paper, written by Wainhouse Research.

Delivering Courses to More Students: Blended Learning Technologies Take Distance Learning to New Levels

Gain new strategies for reaching more students while delivering a rich learning experience using blended learning technology. Several leading universities share their success stories of how they removed the “distance” from their distance learning courses in this 2012 CDE brief.

Webinars

Learn how Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of Ottawa, increased class participation to 99%. Hear how he transformed his classroom into an “active learning zone” with the use of a student engagement solution. Get the full story behind Dr. Montpetit’s stunning findings – how student participation rates grew in his classes, grades improved and failure rates decreased.

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Speaker:
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Ottawa

Air Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015

The Echo360 and Amazon Web Services panel explain why the Active Learning Platform was built for the cloud, and how this unique architecture improves system reliability, scalability and security. Learn how moving your institution's content to the cloud can result in 30% cost savings versus on-campus solutions.

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Speakers:
Ann Merrihew, Sr. Manager, US Education, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Sri Elaprolu, Manager, Solutions Architecture, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Tony Abate, Chief Operating Officer, Echo360

Air Date: November 5, 2014 and December 9, 2014

Click here to watch the December 9 recording instead.

Learn how the Active Learning Platform combines captured content with content management to bridge the gap between educational content creation and learner outcomes. From developing a personal library to receiving real-time feedback on student comprehension and engagement, see how easy it is to create, manage, share, and analyze content within your learning library.

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Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: November 19, 2014 and November 20, 2014

Click here to watch the November 20 recording instead.

Hear from the Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation at Echo360, as he explains the ins and outs of the Active Learning Platform. See how student activities like reviewing captured content, notetaking, Q&A and more translate into powerful learner analytics. He'll show how instructors use this data to tailor their teaching and improve student outcomes.

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Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: September 24, 2014

The George Washington University (GW) saw the need to create a patient-centered nursing program that would attract the best students and shape leaders in their specialty. Through a close partnership between academic and technology departments, leaders and instructors at the nursing school designed a state of the art active learning space that provides real-life environments for hands-on student learning. Watch this webinar to discover the groundbreaking ways GW has combined technology with pedagogy to become one of the most innovative nursing programs in the nation.

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Speakers:
P.B. Garrett, Associate Provost and Chief Academic Technology Officer, GW
Patricia Davis, Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab Director, GW School of Nursing
John Arpino, Assistant Director of Engineering Research and Development, Academic Technologies, GW
Lauren Dart, Manager, New Media and Outreach Strategy & Executive Associate, Academic Technologies, GW
Dameon V. Alexander, Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, Academic Technologies, GW
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: December 12, 2013

Researchers from the University College London discuss the benefits and challenges of creating one of the world's most sophisticated e-learning environments. Discover how they use lecture recordings to support the teaching and learning process before, during and after class. Learn how a successful blended learning strategy enhances instructor/student interaction by encouraging interactivity and critical thinking.

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Speakers:
Mr Carl Gombrich, Programme Director, Arts and Sciences (BASc), UCL
Steve Rowett, E-Learning Developments Team Leader, UCL
Dr. Clive Young, E-Learning Advisory Team Leader, UCL
Moderator:
John Elmes, Editorial Assistant, Times Higher Education

Air Date: April 25, 2013

Members of the Learning Ventures team at the University of Toledo describe the best practices they employed to develop a distance learning program with over 400 courses reaching 10,000 students across the globe. Learn how they achieve 100% participation by faculty and provide a community of support to their distance students.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Claire Stuve, M.A., Educational Technologist, University of Toledo
DiAnne Masztak, Student Support & Military Liaison, University of Toledo
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: November 15, 2012

Box Hill Institute shares how they use video and blended learning technology to identify learning opportunities and provide individualized learning pathways for each student. Watch this webinar and discover how learner analytics can provide the key to a successful e-learning strategy.

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Speaker:
Pauline Farrell, Executive Manager of Blended eLearning Solutions at Box Hill Institute
Moderator:
Maria Spies, Director of Educational Technology and eLearning, Navitas

Air Date: October 8, 2012

Vince Kellen, CIO of the University of Kentucky, explores the most up-to-date technology trends such as MOOCs. This webinar provides key insights into successfully navigating the technology landscape and selecting the right solution for your institution.

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Speaker:
Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., CIO, University of Kentucky
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: October 4, 2012

Learn why some of your instructors may be wary of blended learning technology and get tips on how to alleviate their fears and bring them on board. During this webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of instructors who are using blended learning technology to increase their efficiency and increase student engagement.

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Speakers:
Lisa M. Abdallah, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Nursing
Jared Danielson, Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Jimmy R. Rogers, The University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: September 2011

Get an insiders’ view of lecture capture and blended learning technology directly from the Dean’s desk. Three Deans representing various disciplines discuss how to introduce technology into a blended learning strategy, help foster faculty adoption and measure its impact on learning outcomes.

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Speakers:
Nancy F. Langston, RN, PhD, FAAN, Virginia Commonwealth University
C. Darrell Jennings, MD, University of Kentucky
Ed Pittarelli, Bergen Community College
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: May 2011

Learn how Dr. Peter Jewesson of Qatar University is leveraging blended learning technology to deliver complex course content and meet various challenges while establishing the first and only pharmacy degree program in the country. Dr. Jewesson discusses how the Pharmacy Program is using lecture capture to raise the bar for instructional quality, facilitate peer mentoring and faculty review and inspire transparency and openness for both students and instructors.

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Speakers:
Dr. Peter Jewesson, Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Qatar University
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: December 2010

Do technology enabled classroom really improve student learning outcomes? Find out as Phil Reiter, Executive Director of IT for the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Pharmacy; and Mike Lucas, Director of Instructional Technology Services at University of Massachusetts-Lowell join forces to discuss technology-enabled classrooms and whether or not they really live up to the hype in terms of increased grades and student engagement.

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Speakers:
Phil Reiter, Executive Director, Information Technology, University of Illinois - Chicago, College of Pharmacy
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research
Mike Lucas, Director, Instructional Technology, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Moderator:
J.D. Solomon, Web Seminar Editor, University Business Magazine

Air Date: November 2011

Informational Videos
Whitepapers
The Learning Evolution: How Technology is Transforming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s next for technology-driven teaching and learning? Jeffrey Selingo, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University and Ben Wildavsky, Director of Higher Education Studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government, and Policy Professor, SUNY-Albany offer a cheat sheet for understanding the changes that lie ahead in the higher ed technology world. Download the paper to learn about five key trends starting to take hold on campuses.

Analytics That Help Real Time Student Learning

Discover how to use learning analytics to drive better student outcomes, identify at-risk students, improve retention and achieve other strategic institutional initiatives. A leading instructor and CIO share their views on how to best leverage analytics from both an instructional and institutional point of view. 

Active Learning in Education: New technologies give students the tools and motivation to make the most of classroom time

What are the benefits of active learning for students and instructors?  This brief details how active learning technology improves teaching and learning before, during and after class.  Download now and you'll find out why 75 percent of surveyed students say active learning tools are helpful to the learning process and 80 percent use them outside of class time.

Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning

Discover what CIOs and other technology executives at higher education institutions think about blended learning and lecture capture to enhance the educational experience. A survey of more than 150 technology professionals reveals how institutions use blended learning for flipped classrooms and more. 

CIO Handbook

As a CIO responsible for selecting active learning technology for your institution, you might find the multitude of options and factors to consider somewhat overwhelming.

The CIO Handbook was created as a resource to guide you step-by-step through the process of selecting the right product based on your institution’s individual needs coupled with the unique needs of your instructors, students and staff.

Blended Learning Technology: Connecting with the Online-All-the-Time Student

See why 84% of students said that instruction delivered through a blended learning model helped increase their understanding of course concepts. More than 2,800 students at 11 institutions in the United States and Australia share their compelling insights in this 2012 student survey.

Blended Learning: Navigating the Challenges of Large-Scale Adoption

Learn how to overcome some of the cultural, process and academic challenges that may arise when trying to achieve widespread adoption of blended learning technology. George Washington University, Monash University, Qatar University, University College London and Wayne State University share their experiences in overcoming various challenges and establishing successful programs in this 2012 white paper, written by Wainhouse Research.

Supporting Student Success in STEM: Blended Learning Technologies Help Students Navigate Complex Courses
Delivering Courses to More Students: Blended Learning Technologies Take Distance Learning to New Levels

Gain new strategies for reaching more students while delivering a rich learning experience using blended learning technology. Several leading universities share their success stories of how they removed the “distance” from their distance learning courses in this 2012 CDE brief.

Webinars

Learn how Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of Ottawa, increased class participation to 99%. Hear how he transformed his classroom into an “active learning zone” with the use of a student engagement solution. Get the full story behind Dr. Montpetit’s stunning findings – how student participation rates grew in his classes, grades improved and failure rates decreased.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor of Science Education, University of Ottawa

Air Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015

If your institution is ready to implement a lecture capture solution or already uses technology to capture content, it’s important to assess if the investment is beneficial. Learn from an expert user in education technology, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), about key metrics for evaluating lecture capture’s impact and ROI – measuring satisfaction, usage, and learning outcomes.

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Speakers:
Mike Kubit, Interim COO, Case Western Reserve University
Tina Oestreich, Assistant Director of Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Kenney, Co-Lead for Academic Technology and Faculty Support, Case Western Reserve University
Mike Thomas, Classroom & AV Support Leader, Case Western Reserve University

Air Date: February 18, 2015

The Echo360 and Amazon Web Services panel explain why the Active Learning Platform was built for the cloud, and how this unique architecture improves system reliability, scalability and security. Learn how moving your institution's content to the cloud can result in 30% cost savings versus on-campus solutions.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Ann Merrihew, Sr. Manager, US Education, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Sri Elaprolu, Manager, Solutions Architecture, Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services
Tony Abate, Chief Operating Officer, Echo360

Air Date: November 5, 2014 and December 9, 2014

Click here to watch the December 9 recording instead.

Learn how the Active Learning Platform combines captured content with content management to bridge the gap between educational content creation and learner outcomes. From developing a personal library to receiving real-time feedback on student comprehension and engagement, see how easy it is to create, manage, share, and analyze content within your learning library.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: November 19, 2014 and November 20, 2014

Click here to watch the November 20 recording instead.

Panelists from Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE explain how they augmented learning resources with video for a more efficient, practical learning experience. Discover how the use of active learning technologies in vocational education enables these institutions to deliver new programs while driving new discussions around pedagogy and learning outcomes.

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Speakers:
Sam Hegarty, Learning Technologies Advisor, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
David Bartolo, Facilitator - Innovation, The Northern Sydney Institute
Pauline Farrell, Blended elearning Solutions Executive Manager, Box Hill Institute

Air Date: October 7, 2014

Hear from the Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation at Echo360, as he explains the ins and outs of the Active Learning Platform. See how student activities like reviewing captured content, notetaking, Q&A and more translate into powerful learner analytics. He'll show how instructors use this data to tailor their teaching and improve student outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Greg Golkin, Head of Platform Innovation, Echo360

Air Date: September 24, 2014

How do you inspire adoption and improve learning outcomes? A panel from the University of Ottawa explains how they transformed their lecture capture experiment into a world-class service reaching more than 15,000 users a term! Discover how they use learner analytics to measure the impact of lecture capture and student engagement technology on learning outcomes.

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Speakers:
Mark Gareau, Director, Multimedia Distribution Service, University of Ottawa
Jovan Green, Acting Director, University of Ottawa
Dr. Colin Montpetit, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa

Air Date: September 23, 2014

Dr. Russell Mumper, Vice Dean of the UNC Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, redesigned his first-year pharmacology course using the flipped classroom model. What he uncovered through a three-year study was not only eye-opening, it led to curriculum redesign throughout the entire program. View the webinar to learn why he embarked upon the study, what the change meant inside and outside of the classroom, and how the results impacted the Pharmacy School.

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Speaker:
Russell J. Mumper, Ph.D. Vice Dean and John A. McNeill Distinguished Professor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Air Date: May 8, 2014 and May 13, 2014

Click here to watch the May 13 recording instead.

Frustrated by the lack of participation and blank stares in his large lecture classes, Dr. Perry Samson, University of Michigan, decided to leverage the technology that students were already using by creating LectureTools. Using LectureTools to add polls, quizzes and other activities to his presentations, he has seen class participation skyrocket with more than 66% of his students now asking questions.

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Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: April 17, 2014

The George Washington University (GW) saw the need to create a patient-centered nursing program that would attract the best students and shape leaders in their specialty. Through a close partnership between academic and technology departments, leaders and instructors at the nursing school designed a state of the art active learning space that provides real-life environments for hands-on student learning. Watch this webinar to discover the groundbreaking ways GW has combined technology with pedagogy to become one of the most innovative nursing programs in the nation.

Watch Now

Speakers:
P.B. Garrett, Associate Provost and Chief Academic Technology Officer, GW
Patricia Davis, Clinical Skills and Simulation Lab Director, GW School of Nursing
John Arpino, Assistant Director of Engineering Research and Development, Academic Technologies, GW
Lauren Dart, Manager, New Media and Outreach Strategy & Executive Associate, Academic Technologies, GW
Dameon V. Alexander, Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives, Academic Technologies, GW
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: December 12, 2013

Instructors and technologists from UT Martin describe how they leverage lecture capture technology to promote active learning in face-to-face, online and hybrid STEM courses. Learn how they creatively use captured content for peer mentoring, distance courses, student review and more.

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Speakers:
Craig Ingram, Director, Instructional Technology Center, UT Martin
Paula Gale, Professor/Assistant Director, Agriculture, Geosciences, & Natural Resources, UT Martin
Bruce Harrison, IT Administrator IV, Senior Systems Administrator, Video Engineer, UT Martin
Kate Stumpo, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics, UT Martin
Peggy Davis, Assistant Professor, Nursing, UT Martin
Bob Bradley, Instructor, Computer Science, UT Martin
David Ray, Instructor, Mathematics and Statistics
Harriette Speigel, Instructional Technologist, UT Martin

Air Date: September 26, 2013

Researchers from the University College London discuss the benefits and challenges of creating one of the world's most sophisticated e-learning environments. Discover how they use lecture recordings to support the teaching and learning process before, during and after class. Learn how a successful blended learning strategy enhances instructor/student interaction by encouraging interactivity and critical thinking.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Mr Carl Gombrich, Programme Director, Arts and Sciences (BASc), UCL
Steve Rowett, E-Learning Developments Team Leader, UCL
Dr. Clive Young, E-Learning Advisory Team Leader, UCL
Moderator:
John Elmes, Editorial Assistant, Times Higher Education

Air Date: April 25, 2013

Alphacrucis College and Australian College of Applied Psychology share how technology choices have sparked a teaching and learning transformation across their respective institutions. Watch this webinar and hear from two technology professionals who hold the keys to successful implementations of blended learning technologies to create a more active teaching and learning experience.

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Speakers:
Rafik Razzouk, Manager, Multimedia and eLearning Technologies, Navitas Professional Institute
Andrew Tennikoff, CIO, Alphacrucis College
Moderator:
Leigh Stevenson, Manager of Learning and Teaching Systems, Griffith University

Air Date: March 20, 2013

The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine is on a mission to make learning more effective for their students and create a better graduate. Learn how they combine lecture capture with student engagement technologies to condense content-rich lectures into digestible pieces. Gain insights into the successes and challenges of implementing a successful active learning strategy.

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Speaker:
Dr. Robert Malinowski, Director, Center for Academic Technologies, College of Veterinary Medicine
Michigan State University
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: February 28, 2013

Are your students are really paying attention in class? Or are they distracted, surfing the Web on laptops and mobile devices? University of Michigan professor Dr. Perry Samson, shows you how you can leverage students’ existing technology to increase in-class engagement and interactivity and fuel active learning using LectureTools.

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Speaker:
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Michigan

Air Date: December 13, 2012

Members of the Learning Ventures team at the University of Toledo describe the best practices they employed to develop a distance learning program with over 400 courses reaching 10,000 students across the globe. Learn how they achieve 100% participation by faculty and provide a community of support to their distance students.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Claire Stuve, M.A., Educational Technologist, University of Toledo
DiAnne Masztak, Student Support & Military Liaison, University of Toledo
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: November 15, 2012

Box Hill Institute shares how they use video and blended learning technology to identify learning opportunities and provide individualized learning pathways for each student. Watch this webinar and discover how learner analytics can provide the key to a successful e-learning strategy.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Pauline Farrell, Executive Manager of Blended eLearning Solutions at Box Hill Institute
Moderator:
Maria Spies, Director of Educational Technology and eLearning, Navitas

Air Date: October 8, 2012

Vince Kellen, CIO of the University of Kentucky, explores the most up-to-date technology trends such as MOOCs. This webinar provides key insights into successfully navigating the technology landscape and selecting the right solution for your institution.

Watch Now

Speaker:
Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., CIO, University of Kentucky
Moderator:
Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director, The Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education

Air Date: October 4, 2012

Researchers from UT Austin, 2010 grant recipients through the Echo360 Blended Learning Grants Program, share the results of their study on flipping large enrollment classrooms. Learn the four key components to successfully inverting the classroom that were revealed during the course of their research.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Stephanie B. Corliss, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Erin Reilly, Center for Teaching and Learning, UT Austin
Michael Heidenreich, Liberal Art Instructional Technology Services, UT Austin

Air Date: May 16, 2012

Find out how to best use active learning technology to flip your classroom and see how this instructional model can benefit both instructors and students. Dr. Laura Berry and Valerie Martin from North Arkansas College share their lessons learned and helpful tips for implementing the flipped classroom model.

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Speakers:
Dr. Laura Berry, Dean of Arts & Sciences and Title III Coordinator, North Arkansas University
Valerie Martin, Director of Distance Learning and Instructional Content Support
Moderator:
John Halprin, Vice President of Strategy and Programs, Center for Digital Education

Air Date: November 2011

What keeps CIOs awake at night when it comes to implementing and managing blended learning initiatives? Find out directly from the source in this highly informative webinar featuring Chris Elarde, Assistant Vice President of IT and Deputy CIO of Pace University; Richard Zera, CIO of University of Massachusetts Lowell; and Vince Kellen, CIO of University of Kentucky. During this roundtable discussion, moderated by Alan Greenberg of Wainhouse Research, they share their thoughts on developing a blended learning technology strategy, selecting the right solutions, working with faculty and technical staff and more.

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Speakers:
Chris Elarde, CIO, Pace University
Vince Kellen, CIO, University of Kentucky
Richard Zera, CIO, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: July 2011

Learn why some of your instructors may be wary of blended learning technology and get tips on how to alleviate their fears and bring them on board. During this webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of instructors who are using blended learning technology to increase their efficiency and increase student engagement.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Lisa M. Abdallah, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Nursing
Jared Danielson, Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Jimmy R. Rogers, The University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: September 2011

Get an insiders’ view of lecture capture and blended learning technology directly from the Dean’s desk. Three Deans representing various disciplines discuss how to introduce technology into a blended learning strategy, help foster faculty adoption and measure its impact on learning outcomes.

Watch Now

Speakers:
Nancy F. Langston, RN, PhD, FAAN, Virginia Commonwealth University
C. Darrell Jennings, MD, University of Kentucky
Ed Pittarelli, Bergen Community College
Moderator:
Alan Greenberg, Wainhouse Research

Air Date: May 2011

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