DULLES, VA--(Marketwire - Oct 1, 2012) - Echo360, the global leader in campus-wide blended learning and lecture capture solutions, is now welcoming complimentary registrations for their upcoming webinar on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 2:00PM EDT, 11:00AM PDT.
The webinar, titled "Got MOOC?," will review the CIO's multi-faceted role in developing blended learning strategies to address an institution's unique needs. The session will also offer recommendations on how to best work with academics to identify institutional goals and implement best-practice solutions. Featuring speaker Dr. Vince Kellen, Ph.D., Chief Information Officer of the University of Kentucky, and moderator Dr. Michael Zastrocky, Executive Director of the Leadership Board for CIO's in Higher Education, this session will explore topics such as:
- Defining a blended learning strategy prior to making financial commitments
- Navigating blended learning solutions
- Responding to changing technological trends
- Working alongside academics to drive adoption
Chief information officers, deans, department heads and education technologists are encouraged to attend and interact over Twitter by tagging their messages with the #gotMOOC hashtag. Questions, comments and reactions will be collected live to fuel dialogue and address participant responses. Speakers can be reached by directing messages to @Echo360.
The event is hosted by the Chronicle of Higher Education with content provided by Echo360.
Registration is available by visiting: http://bit.ly/Qk8EFU
As a global leader in blended learning and lecture capture solutions, Echo360 helps higher education institutions keep pace with modern students' learning needs through products that digitally record and upload learning content. Echo360 has been recognized with a Product Line Strategy of the Year Award from Frost & Sullivan and named a Visionary Vendor in Educational Technology by IT research firm Basex. Echo360's products facilitate better instruction, lower costs and enrich learning experiences by enabling students to easily access and share multimedia content. Through Echo360's platform, students can replay recorded sessions and review course information online at their convenience and across various devices. More than 500 colleges and universities in 29 countries use Echo360's solution.