Higher Education is undergoing a major transformation and with it comes innovative edtech to support faculty, administrators, instructional designers and students. Many teaching and learning conferences are designed to provide these stakeholders with a good overview and understanding of the approaches used in the market. Furthermore, they allow them to network within a wider community of peers and share their experiences with pedagogical innovations. This exchange of best practices can be particularly crucial for the success of your own edtech project. Find out below at which conference you can experience CogBooks’ Adaptive Learning this fall!
NUTN (National University Technology Network) 2016
September 28-29 in Clearwater Beach, FL
With its strong focus on adaptive learning, this conference is ideal to explore the subject and hear from institutions that have successfully implemented adaptive courses. At the CogBooks booth you can experience adaptive learning and discuss how this could look like in your institution.
WCET Annual Meeting
October 12-14 in Minneapolis, MN
The various session types around data analytics, student success and pedagogical innovations provide a great platform for learning and discussion. In the panel Adaptive Learning in Higher Education: A Progress Report (Part I) our CEO, Jim, will explore the current state and future of adaptive learning with other leaders in higher education innovation.
Educause Annual Conference
October 25-28 in Anaheim, CA
As one of the biggest conferences around innovation in higher education, Educause will give you ample opportunities to learn, share and network. The session Increasing Student Success through Adaptive Learning Environments will cover how adaptive learning impacts student success and how ROI can be defined and measured. Join us at our booth (#1778) to explore adaptive courses and how you can get started.
NABT (National Association of Biology Teachers) 2016
November 3-6 in Denver, CO
This conference is all about teaching excellence in biology on college and high school level. Together with our partner OpenStax, we will demonstrate how OER and adaptive learning can work together to create a powerful and affordable tool for students and teachers to increase student success and retention. At our booth you can experience CogBooks’ Introduction to Biology course and discuss how it integrates into your teaching.
November 16-18 in Orlando, FL
This large-scale conference covers every trending topic in higher education innovation and offers many valuable opportunities to engage with the community. In several sessions, CogBooks will explore adaptive learning from the perspective of administrators, instructors and instructional designers. At our booth you will be able to see adaptive learning working in real life and start a conversation about implementing it in your institution/teaching.
We are excited for this fall’s conferences to begin and are looking forward to many insightful and inspiring discussions. We would love to hear about your experiences with adaptive learning or edtech in general, so stop by our booths or sessions! To schedule your individual face-to-face meeting with CogBooks staff, please contact email@example.com.