Attend the Sloan Online Learning Conference (Oct 10-12)

Don't miss this opportunity to attend the Sloan Consortium Online Learning Conference! Faculty Development and IRT are sponsoring a limited number of virtual attendee seats for the conference.

Date/Time

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location

Online


Cost


Virtual attendee seats are full

A selection of sessions from the Sloan Online Learning conference will be broadcast live, including the keynote and plenary sessions, featured sessions, select information sessions, and key vendor showcase sessions. On-demand access of all recorded sessions is provided to onsite and virtual attendees post-conference for one year.

Faculty Development and IRT are offering faculty the opportunity to participate in a selection of sessions of the conference via live webcast from your office or home. 

If you would like to attend the conference as a virtual attendee click on the registration link above. Seats are limited and registration closes October 1. If you have questions about the Sloan conference please email Faculty Development (facdevctr@stthomas.edu).

Benefits of attending:

  • The virtual schedule provides excellent breadth and depth of the program offered. Selected sessions to be live broadcast include the keynote and plenary sessions, featured sessions, select information sessions, and key vendor showcase sessions.
  • View live webcast or on-demand recordings. Attendees have access to on-demand recordings of the sessions for up to one year post-conference at no additional cost. No need to re-arrange your schedule to view a particular session...access the recording at your leisure!
  • Be a true participant of the conference. Special attention is paid to integrate the onsite event with the virtual event. Virtual attendees will be able to post questions in each session and participate in discussions via the 8th Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning Facebook Group. Sloan also invites all virtual participants to Tweet their comments on sessions using the Twitter hashtag #aln12.