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Welcome to the Alaska Cross Content Conference program!  We will not have a print program available.  This program is a planner for you and does not guarantee you a seat in a session.

Please note that things will be changing daily.  Field trips are being finalized. Sessions are still coming in...so stay tuned and watch for changes - the beauty & the beast with technology.  
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Friday, September 29 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Myth busting online learning

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This session addresses many questions and concerns academics have of online learning as well as some of the myths that commonly surround online learning, specifically foreign languages. We will address: various reasons students take online foreign languages classes; whether or not "cannibalization" occurs; interaction; and first-hand accounts of our students.

View presentation slides here: http://elearning.uaf.edu/go/onlinemyths

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Speakers
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Daniel Darrow

Term Instructor, Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, UAF
Dan has spent the last few years developing, deploying, adjusting and re-thinking online delivery of collegiate foreign language courses. His interests are in Spanish, ESL, online pedagogy and applied linguistics.
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Sean Holland

Instructional Designer, UAF eLearning
Sean has a background in foreign language education and a strong interest in good design. His interests include technology in language learning, creating video course content, and lowering the bar to information access through more efficient design.


Friday September 29, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Lathrop 169

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