Rock on SLATE! An Up Close Look at How a Blackboard User Group Has Impacted Teaching, Learning and Support of Technology

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Working in a vacuum can be daunting. Who do you turn to for best practices in teaching and learning, for advice when a challenge arises, or to assist you in managing change? More than 1500 of your …

Working in a vacuum can be daunting. Who do you turn to for best practices in teaching and learning, for advice when a challenge arises, or to assist you in managing change? More than 1500 of your peers turn to a Blackboard User Group! During this panel presentation at BbWorld 2012, Cheryl Boncuore, Jason Rhode, Ken Sadowski, and Heath Tuttle, shared about the professional and personal benefits received from participating in a Blackboard User Group

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  • 1. Rock on SLATE! AnUp Close Look atHow a BlackboardUser Group HasImpactedTeaching, Learningand Support ofTechnologyin the Midwestj.mp/bbw12slate
  • 2. PanelistsKen Sadowski Jason RhodeSLATE Group Northern Illinois Univ.Cheryl Boncuore Heath TuttleKendall College Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln 2
  • 3. Resources and Conversationj.mp/bbw12slate#slategroup@slategroup 3