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Tuesday, July 12 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Schoology - The Netflix for Education (Lecture, 45 min)

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Imagine Netflix being a model for a learning ecosystem in Schoology. That means, whenever students choose, they could pay for and immediately access a course just as easily as so many of us queue up our favorite shows on Netflix. Then, imagine faculty involvement isn’t necessary to confirm course requirements have been met. It’s all possible in Schoology. Combining their open API integration and course set-up functions with thoughtful educational design, you can create on demand learning.

In this session,
1. Learn benefits of implementing an on demand learning ecosystem as well as and potential impediments of implementation
2. Walk through a model that includes information for initiating and planning for:
· Using Schoology’s open API to integrate with your other systems like registration and evaluation
· Implementing an educational design for creating a (or converting an existing) course to run without faculty

Session Objectives:
Attendee key take-aways will be:
· Educational design checklist including instructional feedback, reflection activities, and post-test remediation.

· Project management checklist including requirements, use cases, and stakeholders.



Presented by:
Sara Stuever
Project Manager
Oncology Nursing Society
Pittsburgh, PA

As a project manager at Oncology Nursing Society, Sara Stuever manages projects, people, and process for instructional design, system process, and change management. There should be a Venn diagram for this!

Kristin Walsh
Project Manager
Oncology Nursing Society

As a project manager for ONS, Kristin Walsh leads process change and spearheads software discovery, selection, and implementation for the Education Department.



















Tuesday July 12, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
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