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  1. A Survey of Copyright LawThu, 27 Aug 2015 11:38:15 PDT
    This paper examines the persistence of state copyright laws, and the extent to which they still exist in light of federal copyright law to further understand how those state laws will be affected by possible preemption. Specifically, the scheme and penalty of unauthorized duplication and bootlegging statutes are examined from all fifty states. We further address areas where the Copyright Act would preempt these state laws. More...
  2. Having a MHEC of a Time with SARA and State Authorization!Thu, 30 Jul 2015 14:00:00 PDT
    Session participants will hear an update on the status of SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement); learn the benefits of joining SARA and how institutions join SARA through KBOR. Representatives from Cowley College will share how they have successfully achieved approval in 49 states and three territories, with the last state in final stages of approval. More...
  3. Facilitating Change in Medical Education through a Distributed Educational Technology EnvironmentFri, 31 Jul 2015 08:30:00 PDT
    Healthcare reform is driving the need for curricula that prepare physicians for changes and life-long learning. This session showcases Office 365 sites and the OneNote class notebook creator app that are helping to transform medical education at the KU School of Medicine into an active, competency-based curriculum. The use of the technology suggests that a distributed approach of enterprise applications could eliminate the need for a centralized learning management solution. More...
  4. iPhone Tips and Shortcuts You Wish You Already KnewThu, 30 Jul 2015 12:45:00 PDT
    Phones are amazing devices that serve as phone, personal assistant, entertainment center, camera, content source and more. Instructors and tech specialists are often under pressure to learn new tools on a "need to know basis." In this 50-minute session, we'll cram in tips, tricks and shortcuts you may have missed in your rush to quickly start using your iPhone. More...
  5. The Horizon Report 2015 with Audience Participation Using Paper ClickersThu, 30 Jul 2015 14:00:00 PDT
    In this session, participants will explore important trends in educational technology as discussed in the 2015 Horizon Report. Participants will be able to provide feedback both through the use of paper clickers (to be provided) and good old-fashion discussion. The hands-on session will use a free (except for paper and ink cost) tool for gathering student responses. More...
  6. Videoconferencing Teaching Effectiveness with Students at Multiple LocationsThu, 30 Jul 2015 15:30:00 PDT
    Drs. Gragg and Collins will discuss the advantages and challenges to utilizing videoconferencing to deliver courses to students at multiple campuses. Several perspectives will be shared, including those of the course instructor, student and an objective educational researcher. The presenters will draw upon personal experience, as well as student survey data, to discuss this novel approach to delivering a course. More...
  7. REMIND Them in Their WorldFri, 31 Jul 2015 09:45:00 PDT
    This session will be about how the presenter used the service of Remind in his online class. The presenter will show participants how to setup a Remind class, how to get students to sign up to receive messages from Remind, and show some of the other features of Remind. More...
  8. Library Assignments Beyond the EssayFri, 31 Jul 2015 11:00:00 PDT
    Rather than bringing students to the library, bring library resources to youre students through using critical thinking skills in a managing information exercise that uses locating and evaluating information to emphasize concepts within your class. Examples will include broader context for designing library instruction that echoes the courses content. More...
  9. Discovery Services: An Academically Enhanced Google?Fri, 31 Jul 2015 08:30:00 PDT
    Google prepared all of us for a single-search box window to access resources, and libraries recently adopted discovery services to accommodate this expectation. This service collates resources into a single-box search environment, and permits users to filter the results into meaningful groups that reinforce the research process. Teaching students to think their way through the search-process facilitates critical thinking skills. More...
  10. App-lause (Special Interest Group)Fri, 31 Jul 2015 12:00:00 PDT
    This special interest group provides an opportunity to share a brief description and comment on any mobile app (iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Mobile) the attendee has found useful for educational, personal or tech support purposes. The moderators will kick-off the session by discussing a couple of apps and then open the "floor" for app mentions. More...