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The ABCs of Effective Microlearning

Session Date:
Session Time: 13:10
Type: Session
Job Roles: Educators and Instructors,  Instructional Technologists/Designers
Program Theme: Enhancing teaching and learning experiences
Conference: BBWorld
*NOTE: This session time will change. This presentation will introduce learners to the ABCs of microlearning (align, build, communicate). The ABCs are a set of learning design principles and L&D-based business constructs designed and developed by Aaron King, education specialist and expert learning experience designer.

Transforming Course Materials Delivery to Create a Superior Student Experience in the LMS

Session Date:
Session Time: 13:50
Type: Flash Session
Job Roles: Academic Leadership,  Administrators,  Educators and Instructors,  Instructional Technologists/Designers,  IT/Technology Leadership,  Technology Professionals
Program Theme: Enhancing teaching and learning experiences
Conference: BBWorld
Removing barriers for students to access their required course materials is a critical step to ensure students have what they need to be successful on day one of class.No matter where or how students may be learning, offering digital content served up in the LMS is proving to be a convenient experience for students, eliminating the stress of shopping across multiple retail channels.

Let Students and Rubrics Do the Heavy Lifting: Redefining Participation for the Digital Classroom

Session Date:
Session Time: 13:10
Type: Session
Job Roles: Educators and Instructors,  Instructional Technologists/Designers
Program Theme: Enhancing teaching and learning experiences
Conference: BBWorld
Can discussion, democracy, and class-created rubrics improve digital engagement? Instructors around the world are trying to define what it means to be present in the digital classroom amid concerns of privacy, lack of technology, and even accessibility. We will explore whether student-driven inquiry techniques can be used to generate expectations, increase student buy-in, and circumvent some of the most common barriers of creating rubrics and standards for digital participation.
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