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Thursday, July 20
 

7:15am

Registration / Continental Breakfast
Welome to LDSC 2017!
  • Sign in, 
  • collect your name tag 
  • enjoy some fruit, bagel, zucchini bread, or croissant
  • sip (or chug) some coffee or tea
  • catch up and socialize with colleagues!


Thursday July 20, 2017 7:15am - 8:00am
Atrium Business Building

8:00am

Keynote
  • Announcements around logistics of having a successful day.
  • Introduction of the new look/feel for the Web Learning site.
  • Keynote feature Scott Collins shares with us his experience of Flipping the Classroom!

To join the Keynote via zoom: https://psu.zoom.us/j/171620134

Speakers
avatar for Scott Collins

Scott Collins

Clinical Assistant Professor, Penn State Smeal College of Business
Clinical Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Smeal College of Business


Thursday July 20, 2017 8:00am - 8:50am
Atrium Business Building

9:00am

Design Stories: Connecting with your Learners

Who are our stakeholders? Who are we designing our courses for? No, really. Who are these people paying lots of money to take our courses?

Put on your creative writing hat and join us as we explore the design stories of our students. We will share how these stories can guide course designs and make learning experiences more tangible, meaningful, and engaging.

  • Explore the practice of writing/using design stories
  • Identify ways that design stories inform course development and engage learners
  • Write your design story as if you were a student in an online course

 


Speakers
JH

Jana Hitchcock

Instructional Designer


Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 9:45am
106 Business Building

9:00am

Accessible Design with Adobe Captivate

Design teams are constantly looking for new and improved ways to deliver quality content effectively online. A World Campus Learning Design project team has been investigating the use of Adobe Captivate to further this goal. Captivate allows design teams to efficiently develop interactive content for courses in Canvas. Best practices regarding how to create accessible content that is responsive, mobile-friendly, and fully compatible with Canvas will be explored. 

  • Explore some of the ways Captivate can be used to design and create online course content
  • Review the basics of how to create Captivate projects that are accessible and mobile-friendly
  • Explore the options available for integrating Captivate with the Canvas LMS

Speakers
avatar for Bill Egan

Bill Egan

Instructional Designer, Penn State University
MF

Matt Farley

Accessibility Consultant, World Campus Learning Design



Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 9:45am
107 Business Building

9:00am

Research to Practice: Evidence-Based Tips for Online Course Design
Join a discussion of practical strategies for designing engaging online courses. Topics include motivation and flow; alignment and defining learning objectives; effective discussions and group work; and appropriate fit for games and sims. The faculty / ID relationship will also be addressed. Resources shared may also be used when collaborating with content experts to make the case for specific design strategies. 
  • Explore a sampling of recent research as it applies to online learning.
  • Translate research into specific design strategies and techniques.
  • Share your resources, tools and methods with the design community.

Speakers
avatar for Penny Ralston-Berg

Penny Ralston-Berg

Senior Instructional Designer, Penn State World Campus



Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 9:45am
104 Business Building

9:00am

Planetarium Show - Advanced Registration Required!
Limited Capacity seats available

The show will be a 45-minute night sky tour from 9-9:45 am in Davey Lab.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED by July 17 (This will provide us with a head count) 

Register by filling out this form. 

Meet in the Atrium of the Business Building before tour.
Contact Emily Baxter (ebaxter@psu.edu) if you have any questions. Thanks!

Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 9:45am
Davy Lab

9:00am

Getting Hands on with Web Components for Education

Remember the <video> tag? That took five years to agree upon! To avoid this nightmare just to get one tag, the W3C decided to make a way to define custom HTML elements called Webcomponents! This was proposed in 2013 and is reaching maturity now! They work CROSS PLATFORM and can drastically improve accessibility and user experience at PSU. Come influence the future of student experience online by helping us envision <LRN> tags that express teaching and learning!

  • Understand what Webcomponents are and get a sense of how to create them by playing with them
  • Better understand designed course content online and how it could benefit from LRN
  • Learn enough about a new technology to request it be used to produce future projects at the university to improve resource sharing and student experiences across LMS and CMS platforms
Links shared in this session:

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Ollendyke

Bryan Ollendyke

ELMS:LN Lead Developer, Penn State


Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
102 Business Building

9:00am

Connecting the Dots: Design Thinking for Innovation - Register by July 17
Limited Capacity seats available

Design Thinking is a human-centered, collaborative, optimistic, and experimental mindset. It is about believing that you can make a difference by using intentional processes to get new and relevant solutions. (You can!)

Come to this session to flex your creative muscles as we explore, propose, and design innovative solutions to instructional design challenges at Penn State! Due to the nature of the session, you MUST register to participate:  https://goo.gl/forms/BIMT1xLTWtkMeNyj1 

Objectives

 

  • Participants will be able to:
  • Identify various components of design thinking
  • Apply design thinking strategies to an instructional design challenge
  • Appreciate the benefits of using design thinking 

 



PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Fill out this form to register.

(Session may be cancelled if too few people sign up)

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Hicks

Melissa Hicks

Director, Office of Digital Learning


Thursday July 20, 2017 9:00am - 11:45am
208 Business Building (DT)

10:00am

Connecting with Yourself! Mindfulness Techniques and Self-Care in an Age of Anxiety
This session shares techniques to encourage balance and wellness in our lives. Most of us spend a good part of our day tending to the needs of others. Yet, how often do we take stock of our own well-being?  Learning to pay attention non-judgmentally to our own thoughts, emotions, and physical reactions is one key element of self-care practice. Learn a few mindfulness practices to integrate into your busy day. Stay connected to YOU!
  • Discuss obstacles to practicing wellness/self-care behaviors at work
  • Learn several easy mindfulness practices that can help you manage stress and develop self-care approaches at work while still performing at a high level
  • Share existing practices that you already do to practice self-care

Speakers
avatar for Suzanne Shaffer

Suzanne Shaffer

Instructional Designer, Penn State York
Teaching ESL and college reading, SoTL, lifelong learning, mindfulness, my garden, cooking, travel, and Korean movies


Thursday July 20, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
107 Business Building

10:00am

Analytics for In-Time Course Adjustments
This session will cover learning analytics and xAPI by examining xAPI use cases in existing courses. We will begin with an explanation of xAPI and how it is used in the learning analytics space. We will also discuss how to think about an xAPI strategy in order to collect data in a way that leads to actionable insights, and how xAPI can change the way we develop educational experiences in the future.
  • Define xAPI and explain how it relates to learning analytics
  • Explain how xAPI can be used to generate actionable data 
  • Outline an xAPI strategy that could be used to accomplish your unit goals

Speakers
avatar for Katrina Wehr

Katrina Wehr

Instructional Designer, Penn State



Thursday July 20, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
106 Business Building

10:00am

Why Piazza? Question and Answers About Implementing this Unique Discussion Space

We have been using Piazza in our online courses for quite some time now.  We thought it would be interesting to others to hear about how our instructors have been managing this space along with their tips for the best use, i.e., what has been working well for them.

Participants will:

  • have a better understanding of what Piazza looks like  
  • be able to describe advantages and disadvantages of using Piazza, and 
  • gain an understanding of how it fit into a course.


Thursday July 20, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am
104 Business Building

11:00am

Customized Student Learning with the Learning Pathway Tool - Register by July 17!
In this hands-on session, participants will be able to learn about the first iteration of the Learning Pathway Tool (LPT), as well as use the LPT to create their own customized semester schedule, based on what is most timely and relevant to that student. The tool allows students to select from a menu of course lessons and save their pathway. The tools saves state for the specific ID, and the students reenter the course with their customized learning pathway in place, including any lessons that are required by all students and due dates. The session ends with a session exploring other contexts, courses, programs, and uses for the LPT.

Please register for this event by July 17 so you can be added to the DEV session! 

Speakers
PS

Pierce Sanute

Learning Designer


Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
102 Business Building

11:00am

Engaging Your Students Using Nearpod
Nearpod is a software application that allows students to access and engage with your interactive presentation across all types of devices and platforms. The presentation can use a variety of formats and contain interactive content such as videos, slideshows, polls, whiteboards, and quizzes.  Instructors receive real-time feedback for formative assessment and student progress can be monitored with results saved for further review.  These interactive lessons can be delivered synchronously or uploaded to Canvas for an asynchronous paced lesson.
  • Learn how to create a Nearpod account
  • Create a lesson and access it as an instructor and as a student.
  • Access reports at the end of a session.

Speakers
avatar for Cheryl Farren Tkacs

Cheryl Farren Tkacs

Instructional Designer



Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
104 Business Building

11:00am

When a Plan Comes Together: Smeal Lion's Cage Competition

Learn how we designed engaging learning content that interactively guides students as they create and deliver team-based business plan presentations in a real-world context for students who compete in Penn State’s Smeal College of Business Lion’s Cage Competition, presenting to a panel of judges as if pitching to an investor. 

  • Discuss key design challenges and opportunities we faced from the Lion's Cage Competition as well as lessons learned.
  • Explore the teaching and learning solutions employed at Smeal to meet student needs and improve learning outcomes.
  • Identify the pedagogical benefits of connecting learning by building a collaborative partnership between the instructor, MBA student mentors, students, learning design team, multimedia specialists, programmers, external partners, and business executives.

Resources: 

Speakers
avatar for Renee Ford

Renee Ford

Learning Designer, Penn State University-Smeal College of Business
Instructional Designer, eLearning Design Innovation Group, Smeal College of Business


Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
107 Business Building

11:00am

Leveraging Innovative Technology to Promote Student Collaboration and Engagement for Cross-campus Blended Courses

Learn about innovative technology and student engagement best practices employed in cross-campus, blended courses, including explanations of course example implementations. A round robin of emerging technologies/practices will include robotic presence, mobile group messaging, social networking, polling across geographic boundaries, private back-channel, gaming techniques, and group project technologies. The technologies that will be shown include, but are not limited to: BeamPro robot, GroupMe, Yammer, Plickers, Flubaroo in conjunction with Google Forms, TodaysMeet, Quizizz, and Stoodle.

By the end of the session, attendees will:

  • state multiple emerging technologies and paraphrase how they were incorporated in a classroom environment
  • analyze the explanation and course application of example technologies to determine if it is an appropriate use within their own course
  • engage with at least two of the emerging technologies presented during the session
Resources:

The resources for this session are located at: https://bit.ly/LDSC17

Speakers
avatar for Amy Kuntz

Amy Kuntz

Instructional Designer, Penn State


Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
215 Business Building

11:00am

Bakery Tour - Advanced Registration needed!
Limited Capacity seats available

Take a tour of the Penn State Bakery! - 

"The Penn State Bakery has been serving the University community since 1947. Before moving to our present location in the Housing and Food Services Building, the bakery was located near what is now West Campus behind the Water Tunnel.

Currently, the bakery is more of a multi-faceted factory and distribution center than your average neighborhood bakery. Our 10,000-square-foot facility provides baked goods to more than 30 locations at University Park and across the commonwealth. You can find some of our specialties at dining commons and other food service operations, as well as the Penn State Hotels, Bryce Jordan Center, Campus Catering, and more.

To give you an idea of the scale of our staff's repertoire, here are some annual numbers:

OUR ANNUAL TOTALS
  • 59,000 loaves of bread
  • 11,600 cakes
  • 89,500 dozen cookies
  • 930,000 rolls
  • 9,800 pies
  • 39 wedding cakes
  • 2,357 specialty desserts

We work closely with Food Services to provide top quality food items and options for our students and staff." (From bakery.psu.edu/about-us)



REGISTRATION REQUIRED by July 17 (we need an accurate head count) 

Register by completing this form

Meet in the Atrium of the Business Building before tour to walk over together.

Contact Emily Baxter (ebaxter@psu.edu) if you have any questions. Thanks!

Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Housing and Food Service Building

11:45am

LUNCH - on your own
Grab your lunch and visit with fellow participants about the morning activities!

There are many possibilties for lunch in the area, but the Blue Chip Bistro located in the Business Building offers a wonderful lunch menu with options for all.  They know we are having our conference today, so they are prepared for a large group and can accomodate us quickly.

During lunch Activities:
  • Sit with fellow campers while you eat lunch! (Atrium)
  • RIIT Group Tours - 011 (Basement) Business Building.  Both studios will be open to show you screencast, green screen and lightboard technology.
  • Snap a picture to capture your day at the Picture station!  Grab some fellow Campers to join you! (Atrium)

Thursday July 20, 2017 11:45am - 1:00pm
TBA

1:00pm

Beyond the Stacks: How Students Use the Library and How You Can Help
This highly interactive session will give participants the opportunity to experience a real library workshop for students in a research-bearing course. As hypothetical students, participants will be given a typical assignment and asked to locate library resources in real time.  Participants will split into groups to discuss where and how library resources can best be integrated in the LMS to serve students at the point of time in which they need this information. 
  • Use the library to locate resources.
  • Explore the Canvas library integrations.
  • Make connections between library tools and student assignments.

Speakers
AC

Amanda Clossen

Learning Design Librarian
Learning Design Librarian
TR

Torrie Raish

Online Learning Librarian


Thursday July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
107 Business Building

1:00pm

Get Me Outta Here: Escape Rooms in Education
You are locked in a room at LDSC. What do you do? Kick? Scream? Yell? No! You get excited! You are about to learn more about escape rooms, the latest entertainment trend that is rooted in discovery learning and constructivism. Join us for a simulated escape room led by local "Escape Artist" escape room owner, Brian Becker followed by lively discussion about the potential to apply principles learned from escape room gaming in residential and online instruction and leave with ideas to design your own escape room learning experiences!
  • Discuss and apply escape room design
  • Identify characteristics of escape rooms
  • Explore how escape room concepts can be applied to teaching and learning

Resources:

Speakers
avatar for Renee Ford

Renee Ford

Learning Designer, Penn State University-Smeal College of Business
Instructional Designer, eLearning Design Innovation Group, Smeal College of Business
avatar for Melissa Hicks

Melissa Hicks

Director, Office of Digital Learning


Thursday July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
217 Business Building

1:00pm

H5P: Interactive Content for Your Website
Does your website crave rich content and user-engagement?  The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) at the Eberly College of Science is excited to discuss a free, open-source solution called H5P that will change the way you think about interactive-content.  What is H5P?  Is it accessible?  How can we leverage this innovative tool on our own websites?  These are all topics we’ll explore as we guide you through this informative presentation.
  • Introduction to H5P, Accessibility in H5P, Leveraging H5P on your website (Demo)


Speakers
CD

Carly Dreibelbis

Multimedia Specialist, Pennsylvania State University
avatar for Charles Lavera

Charles Lavera

Multimedia Specialist / Developer, Office of Digital Learning


Thursday July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
102 Business Building

1:00pm

Using Project Management Methods in Course Development

This session invites you to come and learn about project management methods and how they apply to efficient and effective course design. We will investigate the practical side of course design, getting organized and staying on track through tight timelines and shoestring budgets. We will look specifically at 1) negotiating with administration, 2) avoiding scope creep, 3) managing the design team, and 4) creating a project plan. 

  • Review common project management methods and how they apply to course design in any setting
  • Chose methods to getting organized and stay on track through tight timelines and shoestring budgets
  • Implement project management plans

Speakers
HW

Heidi Watson-Held

Instructional Designer
Instructional Designer, eLearning Design Innovation Group, Smeal College of Business


Thursday July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
106 Business Building

1:00pm

Leveraging User Experience (UX) Research to Improve Canvas Course Design

While user experience (UX) research would seem to be a natural fit for online learning, rigorous UX work is typically not our focus. Join us as we discuss our exploration using Think Aloud Observations with 19 individual students as they attempted to complete typical course-related tasks within Canvas. We will discuss design suggestions based on the navigation experiences of the individual students and describe the Think Aloud approach. 

Attendees will understand:

  • the importance of UX research for online learning; 
  • specific findings from this study pertaining to course design in Canvas; and 
  • the Think Aloud methods used in this study.

Speakers
avatar for Tugce Aldemir

Tugce Aldemir

Graduate Assistant, Penn State University- World Campus
PhD Candidate in Learning, Design and Technology.
avatar for Jennifer Gray

Jennifer Gray

Instructional Designer, Penn State College of Liberal Arts
avatar for Andrea Gregg

Andrea Gregg

Online Learning Research Lead, Penn State
Manager of Instructional Design, World Campus Learning Design. Responsible for leading Online Learning Research Initiative - empirically-based, theoretically-grounded research in online teaching and learning.


Thursday July 20, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
215 Business Building

2:15pm

Deep Dive: Using YouSeeU for Authentic Assessment with Video
Thinking about alternative assessment methods for online courses? Learn how YouSeeU is used to generate, store, and grade student-produced video for Italian language, workforce education, teacher education, and more! Discuss teaching and learning strategies behind the tool with course designers. Learn how you can implement the tool in your courses.

  • Discuss how YouSeeU can be used to create authentic assessments.
  • Explore YouSeeU functions, assignment types and grading tools. 
  • Consider how YouSeeU might be a good fit for your online courses. 

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Quinton

Amanda Quinton

Instructional Designer, The Pennslyvania State University World Campus
avatar for Penny Ralston-Berg

Penny Ralston-Berg

Senior Instructional Designer, Penn State World Campus


Thursday July 20, 2017 2:15pm - 2:45pm
107 Business Building

2:15pm

Penn State ID2ID Program: Partnering for your Professional Development

The Penn State ID2ID program was created five years ago to foster ongoing relationships between Penn State Instructional Designers. Come to this session to learn about the ID2ID program at Penn State. Come and hear what the Program Committee has planned for this coming year, and provide some input. This is a great opportunity to learn about this excellent and free professional development opportunity. Is ID2ID right for you? Find out! 

  • Review the program and benefits of participation
  • Hear about and comment on the coming year’s activities
  • See some amazing products from previous years

Speakers
avatar for Brett Bixler

Brett Bixler

Lead Instructional Designer
Lead Instructional Designer, Training Services
RK

Ryan Klingler

Instructional Designer
HW

Heidi Watson-Held

Instructional Designer
Instructional Designer, eLearning Design Innovation Group, Smeal College of Business



Thursday July 20, 2017 2:15pm - 2:45pm
106 Business Building

2:15pm

The EdTech Network: Leveraging the Power of AI in Education

The EdTech Network (ETN), a vertical of Invent Penn State initiative, is directed toward partnering to drive innovation in the research, development, and the application of educational technologies in higher education. The ETN seeks to reimagine the educational experience in order to serve students of Penn State and beyond. This session will explore the range of programs and opportunities to engage multiple communities including faculty, staff, and students and external partners.

Objectives:

  • Building the innovation ecosystem
  • Leveraging the power and promise of artificial intelligence
  • Crafting engagement opportunities

Speakers
LR

Lawrence Ragan

Director, The Center for Online Innovation in Learning
I am a researcher and practitioner of educational technology, innovation and creativity. I am a lifelong educator and educatee!


Thursday July 20, 2017 2:15pm - 2:45pm
215 Business Building

2:15pm

Using Zoom to Engage Your Students
This session will showcase the features of Zoom, the University's web conferencing platform, that enable faculty to provide a more engaging and interactive synchronous online experience for students. Presenters will model best practices and use cases for the technical features of Zoom and teaching strategies for synchronous online classes and office hours. Participants should have experience using Zoom as the focus will be on teaching with Zoom. For resources on Zoom, visit http://conferencing.psu.edu/
  • How to plan and prepare your synchronous online session to ensure successful learning outcomes for you and your students; 
  • How to facilitate engaging synchronous online discussions; 
  • How to facilitate active learning in the online classroom 

Link to particiapte via zoom to this session: https://psu.zoom.us/j/351186482

Resources from Session:

Handout - Virtual Classroom Tools https://psu.box.com/s/2x5dfaxhpm2tcit0z9y1ongnv01c03wk
  
Zoom documentation for meetings and webinars
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/201146643-Meetings-Webinars

Live and Online: Tips, Techniques and Ready to Use Activities for the Online Classroom. (you can find this book used online for a fairly reasonable price)
https://www.insynctraining.com/books/

Questions from Session:


Speakers
avatar for Patty Nordstrom

Patty Nordstrom

Instructional Desginer, IT Learning and Development
avatar for Lisa Urban

Lisa Urban

IT Training Specialist, IT Learning and Development


Thursday July 20, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Via Zoom https://psu.zoom.us/j/351186482

2:15pm

Connecting VR and 360 to Online Learning
Does virtual reality (VR) and 360 video have a place in online learning? As VR continues to become an emerging trend in educational technology, World Campus Learning Design are looking to explore ways to deliver immersive and interactive content to enhance student learning. This presentation aims to share findings from the 360 video pilot, generate a discussion of its practicality, and provide a demonstration of experiencing immersive content via VR headsets.
  • Discuss practicality, including potential barriers and recommendations, of VR/360 content in an online learning environment.
  • Explore further opportunities and applications for VR/360 video in online learning.
  • Experience VR/360 content from an online learning perspective.

Speakers
avatar for Bill Egan

Bill Egan

Instructional Designer, Penn State University
LM

Linas Mockus

Instructional Designer
JS

Joe Scott

Instructional Designer
avatar for Alicia Swaggerty

Alicia Swaggerty

Instructional Designer, Penn State World Campus


Thursday July 20, 2017 2:15pm - 3:30pm
102 Business Building

2:30pm

Arboretum Tour - Advanced Registration Required!
Limited Capacity seats available

The tour will be held from 2:30-3:45 pm at the Arboretum

REGISTRATION REQUIRED by July 17 (space limited and we need an accurate head count!)

Fill out registration form to Sign Up

Meet in the Atrium of the Business Building to go on the tour.

Contact Emily Baxter (ebaxter@psu.edu) if you have any questions. Thanks!

Thursday July 20, 2017 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Arboretum

3:00pm

Designing with Empathy using Personas

Learn how a cross-unit team created six personas of World Campus students with disabilities as a resource for designers. These are fictional people based on real student data. You will learn how to use these personas to design accessible content, and have an opportunity to solve a design challenge in the session. Take the personas with you as a resource you can use to make designing with empathy a way of life.

  • Learn about the persona creation process
  • Meet our six personas of people, each with a different disability
  • Learn to use these personas as a resource to design accessible content

Speakers
MF

Matt Farley

Accessibility Consultant, World Campus Learning Design
avatar for Sonya Woods

Sonya Woods

Accessibility Consultant, World Campus Learning Design
I do accessibility consulting, training, research, testing, remediation, and documentation in the context on online higher ed and am an advocate for universal design for learning. I am also interested in design thinking, course design, and using personas in design.



Thursday July 20, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
107 Business Building

3:00pm

It Only Happens When I Dance With You
This session offers strategies and techniques to Instructional Designers for working effectively with Subject Matter Experts using Motivational Interviewing. I will address collaboration, evocation, and autonomy. Strategies include creating a menu of changes, the OARS framework, DARN framework, the CAT process, and a Q-Sort.
  • Instructional Designers will be able to apply Motivational Interviewing skills to working with Subject Matter Experts.
  • Instructional Designers will be able to Identify how to create a Menu of Changes.
  • Instructional Designers will be able to apply the OARS framework, the DARN framework, the CAT process,  and the Q-Sort technique to working with Subject Matter Experts. 



Speakers


Thursday July 20, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
106 Business Building

3:00pm

Moving Assessments from ANGEL to Canvas: Quick and Easy with Respondus
We’re nearing the deadline for the ANGEL-to-Canvas migration. Have you moved all of your quizzes and exams into Canvas?  Are you dreading the thought of retyping or copy/pasting all those questions? Fear not! In this short, informal session we will show you how to use Respondus to move your ANGEL assessments directly into your Canvas course with only a handful of clicks.
  • Move assessments from ANGEL to Canvas quickly and accurately 
  • Save hours - no retyping or copy/pasting necessary
  • Question sets stay intact!

Speakers

Thursday July 20, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
215 Business Building

3:45pm

Student Panel Discussion
This is our chance to connect with students and hear how they connect with their course, their peers and their instructors.

Come find out students what they think of course design, activities, time management, structure, group projects and more!

To view the Student Panel Discussion via zoom: https://psu.zoom.us/my/psucoil


Thursday July 20, 2017 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Atrium Business Building

4:30pm

Ice Cream Social
Top off the engaging day with some Creamery Ice Cream!  

Look in the Atrium for the Creamery cart and we might even let you mix flavors!

Thursday July 20, 2017 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Atrium Business Building