With the rapid move to online learning, many questions have arisen around copyright and intellectual property. What are the policy implications when moving from face-to-face to online? What are essential principles you and your staff need to know to ensure IP is protected and that your institution is proactive about compliance? Join us for a conversation with experts who will answer your questions and cover the following:
Online learning provides numerous advantages to educators and learners. Flexibility and convenience for learners is a driving force for online course enrollment and the high-quality course design and delivery ensure that online learning is not a lesser alternative to face-to-face learning. Good online teaching takes awareness of key principles, self-assessment, and practice. How can you improve your course design and delivery? What are the essential elements of effective teaching online?
The long-anticipated time has arrived! Institutions are now responsible for providing public and individual notifications for the institution’s programs that lead to professional licensure or certification for distance education and face-to-face programs.
Do you manage state authorization compliance at your institution? ….OR are you in another institution office such as financial aid, registrar, faculty, institutional research, or legal counsel and required to follow new processes to adapt to state and federal regulatory requirements due to the out of state activities of the institution?
WCET 32nd Annual Meeting Virtual Seminar Series | Essential Discussions for Higher Ed In Unprecedented TimesOctober 6th, 2020 - November 12th, 2020
Join WCET for this year's Annual Meeting - a Virtual Seminar Series! Resources: - Register for the Virtual Seminar Series.