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National Distance Learning Week (11/10-14) - Complimentary Webinars (Reminder)

Reminder – this starts Monday. Sessions include:

·        Integration of Virtual Education

·        ROI, Performance and Trends

·        Sharable Learning

·        Access and Innovation

·        Social Networking, Mobile Learning, Continuing Ed, etc.

·        Global Education

·        Game-based Learning, Virtual Worlds and Simulation

·        Collaborative Learning Globally

·        USDL: Chapters, Membership and How to Get Involved!

·        Going Green via Distance Learning

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This was popular with many of you last year, so I’m sharing the opportunity again. Distance Learning continues to be a hot topic for government.

If you visit the National Distance Learning Week website, there are a variety of free webinars scheduled - one each morning and afternoon every day the week of Nov 10-14.  http://www.ndlw.org/learners.html#webinars  (Note: DIR has no role in this program – other than to pass along the information.)

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INVITATION

The United States Distance Learning Association presents the 2nd Annual National Distance Learning Week – November 10th through the 14th, 2008. We invite you to join us once again to celebrate innovations in distance learning.

This week-long event, chaired by Dr. Kenneth E. Hartman, academic director for Drexel University Online, will provide you with first-hand exposure to the ground-breaking strides occurring each day in distance learning.

Here’s How You Can Participate:

• Attend a FREE online webinar – For more information and to register visit:
   http://www.ndlw.org/learners.html
• Share Your Success – Showcase your distance learning programs with prospective
   students and colleagues within your constituency
• Get Involved – Host a webinar, information session, open house or awards event to
   promote distance learning
• Find Out More – Visit www.ndlw.org, contact Dr. Kenneth E. Hartman at
   kenhartman@drexel.edu or call
215.895.0501

Sincerely,
2008 NDLW Committee & Drexel University Online

 

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