October 14–15, 2021 | Virtual Conference
Online and hybrid learning models are quickly adapting to address learner needs and to create growth opportunities for business schools. With more students and faculty than ever before engaging in online and hybrid learning, best practices in course design and delivery are coming to the forefront. Discover key improvements you can make to maximize student learning in your new or evolving hybrid model. Join a group of peers inspired by the innovations of business schools around the world in the online space. New possibilities for collaboration, experiential learning, accessibility, and team learning are emerging in this rapidly developing space.
In a two-day interactive event, informative sessions will inspire your course design and lead you to the right production methods to build engagement among learners. Surround yourself with peers and build a network of contacts dedicated to faculty and learner flexibility, campus identity, and new opportunities in virtual and hybrid classrooms.
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Best Practices in Course Design
What are the main challenges to consider when designing a hybrid program? Hear from presenters, Margherita Pero and Tawnya S. Means, as they share best practices in case-based learning, as well as group and team-based learning for online/hybrid deployment.
Margherita Pero, Associate Professor, Politecnico di Milano School of Management, Politecnico Milano
Tawnya S. Means, Assistant Dean for Educational Innovation and Chief Learning Officer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Continue the conversation about hybrid and online programs on Monday, October 18 from 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. EST. John Kraft, professor and former dean of the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, will answer your questions related to the conference and your online and hybrid programs in a special bonus session!
Deans, associate and assistant deans, program directors, department chairs, and faculty involved in building or teaching in online and hybrid programs.
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