In this session, you will gain insights into Urkund’s seamless integration within Moodle to encourage originality, detect non-authentic writing, while supporting your institution’s academic integrity initiatives. Learn what plagiarism prevention tools “actually” detect and how the introduction of machine learning and artificial intelligence can assist with the authenticity of the learner's written work. With 20 years at the forefront of promoting academic integrity and institutional effectiveness, Urkund now serves over 5,700 institutions in more than 80 countries worldwide.
- Presenter: Ann Brucker
In this session, teachers will,
Learn about best practices in blended learning for K-3 students, including how to plan for and manage a blended learning environment at school and from a distance
Compare and Contrast skill based platforms such as Prodigy, Kahn Academy, Freckle, Moby Max and more
Learn about using digital tools to create unique learning experiences for young learners that foster creativity and self-reflection
- Presenter: Nikki Vradenburg
- Presenter: Mike Agostinelli
- Presenter: Ben Kahn
- Presenter: Kathryn Fortin
1: Making more out of your front page, Andy Braden, Blackboard OpenLMS - Moodle has a single landing page which is great and all, but does not offer a lot of clear ways to differentiate information for different needs/purposes/audiences. There are tools and tricks in the front page that allow for rich complex designs and information display that parallel what we normally think of for web sites and web design.
In this short session I will walk through some tips and tools that you might have overlooked when thinking about how to make the front page a real site home.
2: Can higher ed and workforce training co-exist?, Charlie Wellenstein, University of Montana CCFWD - Transitions in higher education move slowly while the outside world speeds along. This session traces the movement of the University of Montana's Center for Children, Families, and Workforce Development to match the pace of online training and education in the workplace. Topics include:
a. Why is there a gap in online instruction between higher ed and needs of the workplace?
b. Lessons learned in the development of a flexible and effective online learning education and training program.
c. Examples of what has worked well
d. The gaps and needs that still exist
3:Quality Matters Certification of a Business Analytics Course: Online, Asynchronous, and Using Moodle, Rick Jerz, Lecturer of Business Analytics at The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa