I hate to admit it, but

I had to look up what a plenary speaker was. Sigh. Anyway, another example of how hot MOOCs are right now.

Conference on Excellence in Gateway Course Completion
April 14-16, 2013
Indianapolis, Indiana

Visit The John N. Gardner Institute Website for
Full details:

Plenary Speakers:  
Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, President, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Katherine J. Denniston, Deputy Director, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation

Featured Sessions:

MOOCs, Analytics, and Badges - Technology and Its Implications for Gateway Courses

Julie Little, Vice President, Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development, EDUCAUSE
George Mehaffy, Vice-President for Academic Leadership and Change, American Association of State Colleges and Universities

Transforming Remedial Education By Delivering it as a Co-Requisite with Gateway Courses
Stan Jones, President, Complete College America
Dr. Tristan Denley, Provost, Austin Peay University
Susan Gabriel, Associate Professor, Community College of Baltimore County - Essex
Pre-Conference Workshop:
Weighing Risk & Reward: Using Analytics to Move From Prediction to Intervention
Facilitated by John Fritz, Asst. VP for Instructional Technology and New Media at University of Maryland, Baltimore County

35 Concurrent Sessions: Visit this link for concurrent session titles.  Click here to register for the conference at the early bird rate. For more information about the conference, visit conferences@jngi.org. 


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