|Welcome to this webinar on Tuesday 4th April at 14.00-15.30 (CEST) that will focus on how to Design for online and blended learning.
During this webinar, Martha and Stefan will elaborate on community establishment and development in learning settings, discuss benefits and challenges, and review a framework called the Community of Inquiry.Dr. Martha Cleveland-Innes is Professor and Chair of Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University. Athabasca University is a Canadian university specializing in online education. They have programs and courses all offered online for 40 000 students. She is also a guest Professor at Department of Learning KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) Sweden.
Stefan Stenbom is a Ph.D. and Lecturer in online learning at the Department of Learning, KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Research interests are in analyzing teaching and learning in online and blended environments, especially in one-to-one settings. He is the Director of Studies for the technology for learning unit and teach courses in online and blended learning for teachers in K–12 and higher education. He also supervise theses on master level. Stenbom has been awarded as one of the most innovative teachers in Europe in 2010 and won the International E-Learning Award in 2013.
The webinar will be in Adobe Connect, go to https://connect.sunet.se/onl and choose “Enter as a Guest”, add your name in the box and click “enter room”. The room will open 15 minutes before the start, and you are encouraged to enter the room then if you want to check your settings before it starts.
For more information about Adobe Connect please watch this short video as well as a written guide (pdf). You will however not have to use camera or microphone if you do not specifically want to ask questions outside the chat.
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