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Presentation on the Nevada Conference for Digital Learning for the UNLV College of Liberal Arts Executive Council on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.

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  2. 2. The Nevada Conference on Digital Learning is the first state-wide conference designed for all professionals connected to eLearning and devoted to exploring issues pertaining to digital learning in the state of Nevada.
  3. 3. 1. Showcase the outstanding contributions to digital learning occurring in Nevada 2. Initiate broader, more productive conversations among the people and institutions in the state in order to, ideally, enhance wider collaborative efforts and initiatives in eLearning and digital learning
  4. 4. NCDL by Institution University of Nevada, Las Vegas College of Southern Nevada University of Nevada, Reno Truckee Meadows Community College Nevada State College Great Basin College University of Nevada School of Medicine Clark County School District William S. Boyd School of Law Washoe County School District University of Michigan Desert Sand Unified School District University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Nevada Department of Education Nevada Virtual Academy Ischools
  5. 5. Keynote Speakers Cable Green, Ph.D. Director of Global Learning Laurence F. Johnson, Ph.D. Chief Executive Officer
  6. 6. Open Education: The Business & Policy Case for OER
  7. 7. Source: Michael Paskevicius -
  8. 8. NMC 2014 Horizon Report identifies Key Trends Accelerating Higher Education Technology Adoption Immediate Trends • Integration of Online, Hybrid, and Collaborative Learning • Growing Ubiquity of Social Media Mid-Range Trends • Shift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators • Rise of Data-Driven Learning and Assessment Long-Range Trends • Agile Approaches to Change • Evolution of Online Learning
  9. 9. NMC 2014 Horizon Report identifies Significant Challenges Impeding Higher Education Technology Adoption Solvable Challenges • Low Digital Fluency of Faculty • Relative Lack of Rewards for Teaching Difficult Challenges • Competition from New Models of Education • Scaling Teaching Innovations Wicked Challenges • Expanding Access • Keeping Education Relevant
  10. 10. NMC 2014 Horizon Report identifies Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education In One Year or Less • Flipped Classroom • Learning Analytics In Two to Three Years • 3D Printing • Games and Gamification In Four to Five Years • Quantified Self • Virtual Assistants
  11. 11. NCDL by the Numbers 17 Institutions 34 Panels 3 Posters 132 Presenters 2 Keynotes 7 Sessions 71 Proposals 4 Primary Themes • Digital Learning Environments • Digital Learning Effectiveness • Digital Learning Tools • K-12 Digital Learning
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  13. 13. Course Management Systems
  14. 14. Gaming and Gamification
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  17. 17. • Conversations and Collaborations • Research on Digital Learning Technologies • CoRE Fellow for Sustained and Emergent Learning Technologies
  18. 18. April 11-13 Stan Fulton Building Registration: $165
  19. 19. Questions Ed Nagelhout Twitter: #ncdl