More and more studies report a paradigm shift from teaching to learning -- moving away from facilitating lectures of facts towards promoting skills of self-study, analysis and individual learning paths; from courses built using a single textbook to a "best of" approach of available publisher materials and faculty-created content; and from static content to dynamic digital assets that engage learners, providing real-time feedback. That's why Blackboard and McGraw-Hill Higher Education are committed to continually driving the print-to-digital transformation.
Join Tim Rogers, Business Professor at Ozarks Technical College, as he discusses how the McGraw-Hill Connect and Blackboard integration has simplified his and his students' course experience, saved time, and increased student engagement. Tim will share how he uses the technology to help students master concepts including:
- Features and functionality of the combined solution
- How to get started
- Other tips on how to take advantage of McGraw-Hill content and tools directly within Blackboard Learn
Tim Rogers is a Business Professor at Ozarks Technical College in Springfield, MO. Prior to teaching, Tim worked in the airline industry for United Airlines, Northwest Airlines and Delta Airlines as an operations supervisor. He also started and operated two small businesses, one in Internet wholesaling and another in baggage/cargo delivery for the airline industry. The last part of his non-academic career was spent as a stockbroker/financial advisor with Edward Jones Investments.
Tim has a B.B.A. in Marketing from Evangel University in Springfield, MO and an M.B.A. from the University of North Dakota. He is nearing completion on a Doctorate from Lindenwood University, St. Louis. Tim currently teaches both traditional and online classes. His course load includes Principles of Business, Principles of Management, Strategic Management, and Personal Finance. He writes strategic management case studies in the airline industry, and in 2002, his United Airlines case study was published in the North American Case Research Association Journal (NACRA).
Blackboard Collaborate Web Conference
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