If you can't make it to the Innovate conference May 14, you can still watch the live stream from across campus or across the country. Remember to chat with us at the #InnovateOSU feed to join the community.
College Ready Ohio is more than just a community; it’s a community with a common goal. How can we better prepare high school students for academics and life in the world of higher education?
Ohio State and its partners are working with 10 different school districts and 24 different high school teachers to accomplish this goal. There are many different projects, when it’s all pieced together, it helps to ensure the success of these teachers and their students.
I often use this sentence to start our monthly Exploring Learning Technologies Community (ELT) meetings. ELT is a grassroots community of Ohio State staff and instructors who meet once a month to share practice on all things educational technology related. Our community turns seven years old this July and took root from a simple announcement my good friend Laura and I placed in OSUToday, the campus digest sent daily to all staff and faculty.
OIDA – Expanding World Views and Sharing Expertise
At last year’s Innovate, a group of instructional designers from around the state gathered to share lunch and ideas about how to network and connect on a regular basis. The result was the Ohio Instructional Designers Association. We include Instructional Designers (IDs) working for higher education institutions, independent curriculum designers, corporate learning and training managers, and those with a passion for designing instruction that improves learning outcomes.