TLISI 2018: Removing Boundaries: Creating the Learning Environment of the Future - May 24, 2018
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Note: Due to technical difficulties, the first portion of this session was not captured or recorded.Online learning presents one of the most perplexing communications challenges -- why being there typical delivers a more engaging experience and helps to build lasting connections between human beings. This is not only true in the educational arena, but also in business and personal interactions. Throughout the Summer and Fall of 2017, in partnership with CNDLs as well as the online technology team at SCS, the Integrated Marketing Communications Master's program developed a class called Collaboration Lab. This Spring the class was delivered (Spring 2018) in a pilot hybrid format that blends online and on-campus IMC students and provided in a mixed format that will required student to attend class live one week and then online the next. The classroom experience includes the use of multiple cameras and large screens to make the class inclusive to all students and allowing for natural participation. Using the mixed format was meant to simulate a dispersed working environment and was a way to explore a hybrid learning format, its benefits and potential deficiencies. We will discuss the entire creation process from ideation to build as well as the technical benefits/challenges of running the class and the experiences and observations of the students who participated.
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