3rd COIL Conference Video and Presentation Archive

3rd COIL Conference

Collaboration and Technology in International Online Learning Environments: Constructing a New Paradigm

Conference Video Archive and Presentations (available below)

A simple conference agenda can be seen below. The links in the left column will allow you to access the video archive for that session.The links in the right column are to the PowerPoint or other presentations for the presenters who used visual aids at the event. For a detailed agenda with the names and affiliations of the presenters for each session please click here.

Day 1: Thursday, March 31st, 2011

 Video Archive  Links to Presentations
 1:00-1:30pm Welcoming Remarks (Zimpher, Leventhal, Rubin)
 1:30-2:30pm    Global Online Connections for Freshmen as Portals and Alternatives to Study Abroad (Poe and Chia)
 2:30-3:30pm

Two Views of Globally Networked Learning at the Graduate Level: Civil Engineering and Doctoral Research
Soibelman, Starke-Meyerring

 4:00-5:15pm NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up: Globally Networked Classes
A Discussion between Purchase College faculty and their partners from Ireland and Turkey
 (Feinblatt, Koksal, Stein, TeBrake, Fitzpatrick, Lemieux)

 

Day 2: Friday, April 1st, 2011

 Video Archive  Links to Presentations
 9:00-9:30am

Opening Remarks: (Rubin)
The Future of the Paradigm: Growing Pains and Pleasures
Recognition of Nodal Network Faculty Development Grant Recipients

 9:45am-12:00pm

Developing Online International Collaborations
Guth, Hakansson, Little

 1:15-3:00pm         Collaborations with a University in Exile: SUNY and EHU (European Humanities University) – Panel Discussion
Cattabiani_Windle_Minina, Shauchenka, Rubin, M. Wilson (Chair)
 3:30-5:00pm The COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities (NEH-sponsored): Overview of Institute and Application Procedures followed by Open Discussion and Q&A (Rubin, M. Wilson, and all Institute Staff)
 5:00-5:30pm Wrap-up and Next Steps

The following conference sessions were not streamed live, but were recorded and archived.

  • Going Global: Online Orientations and Interventions to Enhance the Study Abroad Experience (Rounds, Bosley, Gonzalez, Lou, Sato) Video Archive - No visual presentation aids were used
  • Enhancing International Programs through Technology (Martin, Speedling) Video Archive - Presentation

This conference session was not streamed and will not be part of the Conference video archive.

  • Network Technologies for SUNY Presidents, Provosts, and Senior Administrators (Leventhal, Hatch, Rubin, Hallett-Brown)