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Ex Kuvillage2010

Ex Kuvillage2010

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Kaplan University is a diferent school o thought. We expect our online conerence to make a diferenceby providing the KU Village virtual space; a place where talented educators can learn rom each other.Many o the best learning experiences occur in communities.We invite you to embrace KU Village as your learning community rom
September 20 - 23, 2010.
Join us - Meet new riends - Experience new ideas - Be a member o the KU Village
Visit www.kuvillage.org for more information and to register for only $95.
Dr. Alec Couros
is a Proessor o Educational Technology andMedia and the Coordinator o Inormation and Communications Technology at the Faculty o Education, University o Regina.Alec is scholar and advocate o openness indistributed learning environments. He has givenhundreds o workshops and presentations,nationally and internationally, on topics such asopenness in education, social/networked learn-ing, instructional design, digital citizenship, andcritical media literacy.
Dr. Steve Fadden
, is VicePresident or Research andInstitute Operations at Landmark College, an associate's grantinginstitution that exclusively servesstudents with learning disabilitiesand attention disorders. He earned his Ph.D. inEngineering Psychology rom the University o Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and has over 15years o experience teaching, delivering proes-sional development, and conducting cognitivepsychology research.
Constance (Connie) A. Knapp
isthe Interim Dean and a Proessor o Inormation Systems at PaceUniversity’s Seidenberg School o Computer Science and Inorma-tion Systems. She has served as aaculty member since 1985. From 2002 until 2008,she was the co-director o the Porzheimer Centeror Faculty Development, and has served as ateaching portolio mentor since 1998. Conniebelieves in innovation in education
and enjoysthe art o instruction.
Alan Levine
is Vice President orthe New Media Consortium (NMC)Community and Chie TechnologyOcer or the NMC, an interna-tional consortium o learning-ocused organizations dedicated to the explora-tion and use o new media and new technolo-gies. Alan is widely recognized nationally andinternationally or expertise in the application o new technologies to educational environmentsand was a pioneer on the web going back to1993.
Shelly Sanchez Terrell
has beenan educator in the US andGermany since 1994. She is the VPo Educator Outreach or Paren-tella and The Consultants -E SocialMedia Consultant. She is the co-organizer andco-creator o the award winning educationalprojects, Edchat and the Virtual Round Tableconerence, connecting her to over 10,000educators worldwide.
Steve Wheeler
is an AssociateProessor in Learning Technologyat the University o Plymouth. Hehas spent his entire career study-ing the uses o inormation andcommunication technologies ineducation, predominantly inhealthcare training and teacher education.Steve's research now ocuses on e-learning,distance education, learning technologies inschools, digital identity, cybercultures andcreativity in learning.
Featured Speakers
Conerence Highlights
Over 40 online presentationsspecically or educators on awide range o topics. The Greenhouse - an exhibit o educator-made creations usingemerging technologies. The Village Square - a discus-sion board area to conversewith conerence participantsand presenters.Session archives - or uturereerence presenter Power-Points, papers, and recordedpresentations will be available.Every KU Village attendee willhave a chance to win dailyprizes, plus a new iPad®.*
Prizesare reportable as compensation andmay be subject to tax withholding.
Over 800 people have alreadyregistered. Don’t miss out -head to
 and register now!Sponsored by KaplanUniversity’s Center or Teachingand Learning.

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