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Friday, October 16 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Ethics of Collaboration Workshop

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Almost There - Virtually Connecting: How friends changed the virtual conference experience

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Maha Bali

Associate Professor of Practice, The American University in Cairo
I'm a MOOCaholic and writeaholic, passionate about open, connected learning. Co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org (join us during #dlrn) and edcontexts.org) write for us!) and columnist/editor at Hybrid Pedagogy (you probably already know us)
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Autumm Caines

Associate Director of Academic Technology, Capital University
Hi! I'm Autumm Caines @autumm on Twitter and yep those are 2 m's. I'm the Associate Director of Academic Technology at Capital University in Columbus Ohio. I blog at http://autumm.edtech.fm I like to help people in Ed Tech connect with one another through this thing called Virtually Connecting which is a sort of movement or an idea more so than a technology or an organization - you can find out more at http://virtuallyconnecting.org/
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Rebecca Hogue

PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa
I’m Rebecca J Hogue (@rjhogue). I’m a blogger (http://rjh.goingeast.ca, http://bcbecky.com, and http://goingeast.ca), a scholar, an educator, and aspiring writer. I'm a PhD Candidate at the University of Ottawa and an Associate Lecturer at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. I teach Emerging Technologies and Instructional Design online. My research and innovation interests are in the development of health literacy through peer-to-peer... Read More →
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Whitney Kilgore

Chief Academic Officer, iDesign
Whitney is the Chief Academic Officer at iDesign working with institutions of higher education to build high quality online and blended learning programs. Her primary areas of focus are faculty professional development, personalized adaptive digital content, and learner engagement. Her PhD research focused on the use of social media to support informal professional learning for educators.


Friday October 16, 2015 12:30pm - 1:15pm
1: CERAS 101

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