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Learning Online How Good Is It?

Join Online Learning on January 9, as we start the New Year with a conversation on Blended Learning. Blended Learning reduces seat time and replaces it with online instructor-led interaction. There is much research on the effectiveness of online/distance learning. Online learning can support student success, build a student-centered learning environment and help organize content to make it clearer for students. Some of the best research on the effectiveness of online learning comes from the SUNY Learning Network (SLN). To review some of research published by SLN, visit the following web site, http://tlt.suny.edu/sln-research.htm. Blended Learning will now make it possible to use the best practices of the classroom and the best practices of online learning. Peter Shea, Director of the SUNY Learning Network will be at RIT to share his insights regarding student perceptions of online learning. On January 9, 2004 Shea will be the keynote presenter at an Online Learning Department luncheon workshop to be held in A-400 on the lower level of the Wallace Library beginning at noon. To register for the workshop, go to online.rit.edu/faculty. Registration is required and seating is limited. Any questions about this event can be directed to Karen Vignare, email, kxvrpt@rit.edu or phone, 57657.

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Friday, January 9, 2004 No recording available