ADEIL: Full Program

At a glance

When: October 24-26, 2018

Where: UW-Madison campus, Madison, WI

Cost: $485 | Early Bird: $ 445 until August 24 | Both options include a 12-month complimentary ADEIL membership

Questions or additional information: Contact Sarah Korpi at sarah.korpi@wisc.edu or 608-890-3364. Want updates? Join our email list! Fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

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26th Annual ADEIL Conference: Program In Full

October 24-26, 2018

Wednesday, October 24

 

10am Registration table opens
10am – 3pm Pre-conference excursions
2 – 3pm ADEIL Board Meeting (Board Room, 3rd floor)
2 – 7pm Registration and set up of exhibitor space (Tripp Commons)
3 – 4:30pm Pre-conference workshop: Plan Quality into Your Online and Blended Course
In this workshop, you will utilize a mini instructional design plan based on the research-based Quality Matters Rubric to align course objectives, instructional materials, assessments, and interactive activities for one module of your online or blended course. Additionally, you will identify and share your plan with a co-participant to exchange ideas and best practices. Useful resources and information on where to receive more information will be shared.
Karen Skibba, PhD, Online Faculty Development Program Manager, Division of Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Janet Staker Woerner, PhD, Faculty Associate Program Manager, Distance Teaching and Learning, Division of Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
5 – 6:30pm Conference Keynote—open to the public
Michael G. Moore, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Education, Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University
The Boundaries of the Campus: Reflections on the Heritage of Distance Education and Independent Learning

Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium, 816 State St
7 – 9pm Private conference reception (Tripp Commons)

 

Thursday, October 25

 

7:45 – 8am Set up (Tripp Commons, 2nd floor)
Exhibitors arrive
Poster presenters arrive
8 – 10am Breakfast/ Exhibitors/ Poster (Tripp Commons, 2nd floor)
Workshop A
10 – 11:45am
Workshop A: Students’ Perception of Active Learning Satisfaction in Online Courses (Beefeaters, 3rd floor)
Mr. Bill Davis, Assistant Professor, Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University
Dr. William G. Woods, Professor, Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University
Dr. Murad Abel, Assistant Professor, Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University
Breakout Session 1
10 – 10:45am
Breakout 1A: Techniques to Embed Teaching of APA format in any Course (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Dr. Keren Meister-Emerich, Contributing Faculty, Walden University
Breakout 1B: Collaborative Course Revision in Action (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Erin Paul-Schuetter Ph.D., Independent Learning Spanish Instructor, UW-Madison
Breakout 1C: Personable and Engaging Distance Learning (Capitol View, 3rd Floor) Dr. J. Richard Freese, Independent Learning Music Instructor, UW-Madison
10:45 – 11am Break
Breakout Session 2
11 – 11:45am
Breakout 2A: The Student Success Coach’s Role in Student Engagement from Start to Finish (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Kaia Stofflet, Student Services Coordinator, UW-Extension CEOEL
Breakout 2B: Instruction through Effective Feedback in Online Courses (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Kim Livengood, Professor, Angelo State University
11:45am – 12pm Break
12 – 1:15pm Lunch & Awards (Tripp Commons, 2nd floor)
Breakout Session 3
1:15 – 2pm
Breakout 3A: One Step at a Time: Creating Paths to Reach Diverse Learners (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Dr. Aisha Haynes, Assistant Director at the Center for Teaching Excellence, University of South Carolina – Columbia
Breakout 3B: Assessments, Alignment, Evaluation, Oh My! The Path to creating and Evaluating Assessments (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Mrs. Kristine Pierick, Instructional Designer, UW-Extension CEOEL
Mr. Nathan Ewings, Senior Instructional Designer, UW-Extension CEOEL
Breakout 3C: The Secret to Surviving: Knowing what to throw away and knowing what to keep. Practical tips and lessons learned from an evolving webinar series (Beefeaters, 3rd floor)
Denyse Rodrigues, E-learning Librarian, Mount Saint Vincent University
Katie Pulxey, Information Services Specialist, Mount Saint Vincent University
2 – 2:15pm Break
Breakout Session 4
2:15 – 3:pm
Breakout 4A: Making Ideas happen: Leading change in your program (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Liz Bush, Program Manager, Independent Learning, UW-Extension
Breakout 4B: Strategies to Support student Connections in Distance Education (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Mrs. Dara A. Anderson, Instructor, Angelo State University
Breakout 4C: Using Independent Learning Courses in the Classroom (Beefeaters, 3rd floor)
Steven Park, Academic Products Consultant, BYU Division of Continuing Education
3 – 3:15pm Break
3:15 – 5pm Free Time
Experience the Memorial Union Tour (optional)
4:45pm Tangled up in Blue arrives (pending)
Exhibitors arrive
Poster presenters arrive
5 – 6:15pm Dinner & Entertainment (Tripp Commons)
6:15 – 8:15pm Exhibitors/ Posters/ Reception (Tripp Commons)

 

Friday, October 26

 

7:45am – 8am Set-up (Tripp Commons)
Exhibitors arrive
8 – 9am Breakfast/ Exhibitors (Tripp Commons)
Workshop B
9 – 10:45am
Workshop B: Addressing Challenges in Online Teaching and Learning with OER (Beefeaters, 3rd floor)
Ms. Jennifer Dobberfuhl Quinlan, Academic Product Consultant, Brigham Young University
Ms. Carolyn Andrews, BYU Online Program Administrator, Brigham Young University
Breakout Session 5
9 – 9:45am
Breakout 5A: Why OER?: Leveraging Openly Licensed Content for Equity and Access in Teaching and Learning (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Kaye Henrickson, Instructional Services Director-Digital Learning, CESA #4
Breakout 5B: Beyond Narrated Presentations: Effective Use of Video in Student-Centered Learning (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Eric J Peloza, Associate Instructional Designer, UW-Extension, CEOEL
Nick Meyer, Media Specialist, UW-Extension, CEOEL
9:45 – 10am Break
Breakout Session 6
10 – 10:45am
Breakout 6A: Designing WebQuests and Open Educational Resources (Inn Wisconsin, 2nd floor)
Dr. J. Richard Freese, Independent Learning Music Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Breakout 6B: Google Translate and the Online Language Classroom: A deterrent to language learning or a linguistic tool? (Old Madison, 3rd floor)
Matthew Griffin, Independent Learning Spanish Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
10:45 – 11am Break
11am – 12:30pm Closing Luncheon & Featured Speaker (Tripp Commons)
Mary Thompson, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Taking the WI Experience Online
1pm Post-conference excursions

 


Registration

Conference registration opens at 2pm on Wednesday, October 24. Enter the Memorial Union via the East wing and use the stairs or elevator to go to the second floor. Registration will be set up outside Tripp Commons.


Keynote Speaker: Michael G. Moore, PhD

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Distinguished Professor of Education, Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University

Topic: The Boundaries of the Campus: Reflections on the Heritage of Distance Education and Independent Learning

View Michael’s full bio >


Featured Speaker: Mary Thompson

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Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, UW–Madison Division of Continuing Studies

Topic: Taking the Wisconsin Experience Online

 


Special Interest Groups

Instructional — For those engaged or interested in the teaching and content development for distance education and Independent Learning courses.

Administrative — For those engaged or interested in the administration of distance education and independent learning programs.

Instructional Design — For those engaged or interested in course design for distance, online, and asynchronous courses.

Student Services — For those engaged or interested in student academic and administrative support outside of the instructor role.

Corporate Education — For those engaged or interested in professional and continuing education in corporate environments.

Emerging Professionals — For graduate students, recent graduates, and those new to the field of distance education and independent learning.


More information will be added as it becomes available.


“Annually, there is an impressive level of presentations and exploration of topics pertinent to today’s learning environment.”

~ Sher Downing, PhD, University of South Carolina Palmetto College

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