Thursday, December 20, 2012

FridayLive! Review2012/Plan2013 Tomorrow 12/21 2pmET FREE ONLINE

The TLT Group provides weekly free highly-interactive online discussions (voice, slides, chat, videos, ...) almost every Friday during the academic year.  
Help us review our offerings from 2011-2012 and plan our program for 2013.  Make requests and proposals.  Volunteer to be Voice of the Chat and other roles we'll be developing.  Register free as usual for Dec 21 2pmET:

If you can't be with us tomorrow, Happy Holidays, Happy New Year! anyway.   
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Here's a list of titles of our previous sessions from 2011 & 2012 in alphabetic order:

  1. Avoiding the Discussion: SILVER CLOUD
  2. Change IS Possible - Despite Politics and Counterimplementation Tactics
  3. Change IS Possible! From On-Campus to [More] Online
  4. Colleges Doing Creative Things to Stay Alive
  5. Community Online - Building a Sense of 
  6. Copyright: Cable Green, Creative Commons  ON A THURSDAY! May 24 
  7. Copyright: Kenneth Crews, Columbia University
  8. Dissecting a Hybrid Workshop PLUS Update on Ender's Test
  9. Ender's Game -  Book Discussion
  10. Ender's Test for Artificial Instruction
  11. eTextbooks - Keeping Up: 
  12. Ethical E-Research: From Class Projects to Thesis/Dissertation Research
  13. Faculty-Student Collaboration on Course Design
  14. Frugal Innovation: Colleges Sharing Online Courses
  15. Learn to Study - Helping Students
  16. Legal Side of the Creative Classroom
  17. Lilly Directors Roundtable
  18. Lilly International Conference - SPECIAL LIVE from 
  19. Lilly International Conference - Tweeting at 
  20. Mindful Consulting: Protecting Ourselves and Faculty from Tidal Waves of Information
  21. Moderation of Online Discussion - Voice of the Chat How to Share
  22. MOOCs sMOOChers Cohort Experience Week One
  23. MOOCs sMOOChers Cohort follow up  SECOND
  24. MOOCs Planning for and using 
  25. MOOCs Reconsidered sMOOChers Cohort 
  26. Navigating the Technology Tsunami
  27. New Roundtables Working Group
  28. Nuggets, Nudges, Nexts
  29. Online Instructional Resources  Developing a Website: What, Why, How
  30. Online Synchronous Faculty Learning Communities - It Can be Done Successfully! Recommendations and findings from first full-year experience (with physician educators).
  31. Online Teaching - Gearing Up for the Experience - Jennifer McCrickerd Reports
  32. Online Teaching - Wading into - Jennifer McCrickerd Reports
  33. Online Teaching - Wading into Technology - Jennifer McCrickerd Reports
  34. Online Teaching Making Accessible  - BOOKGROUP
  35. Pedagogy and Technology -  Blending  in Faculty Development
  36. Presentation Slides - Rethinking the Design of
  37. Publishing and Education - Synergistic or Symbiotic?
  38. Publishing for eReaders and Smart Phones
  39. Revolution or Evolution: Social Technologies and Pedagogical Change
  40. Sharing Good T/L Resources Through Small Group Collaboration
  41. Significant Discussions - League for Innovation
  42. Social Collaboration - What does it mean?
  43. Social Media Working Group 
  44. Social Networking and Higher Ed - Keeping Up
  45. Social Networking Part Two
  46. Steven Bell Interview
  47. Strategies for Overcoming Student Resistance
  48. TED - Bringing to Class - Hosting Virtual Conferences
  49. That Might Work with Your Students...But IT Won't Work with Mine
  50. There's an App for That
  51. There's an APP for That 2.0
  52. THREE generations and Faculty Development
  53. Tuition-Free University: A Look at University of the People
  54. Twitter: Forbid It, Ignore It, or Use It?
  55. Understanding and Working with Student Resistance to Active Learning
  56. Warning signs that a college is on the brink? Interview with Alice Brown
  57. What's Still Good About Lectures?
  58. Whose Voices Don't Matter?
  59. Why do my colleagues keep teaching the same way?

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