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Connexions Conference 2010 Presentations

This is a collection of presentation files from Connexions Conference 2010, organized by the day they were shown.

You can view the entire conference by visiting the Rice Webcast archive of the event.

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Presentations from Thursday, February 5, 2009

General Session - Introduction and Welcome
  • Eugene H. Levy -- Rice University, Howard Hughes Provost
General Session - The Founders' Story Major Content Projects Panel
Keynoted by Dr. Nguyen Thi Le Huong, the Deputy Director General, Department of Higher Education, in the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training (MOET).
Connexions' Vision and New Features
First Breakout Sessions
  • Enterprise Rhaptos Session (session host: Kathi Fletcher)
  • Multiscreen Multiplatform Distribution (mobile learning) (session host: Mohit Bhargava)
  • Paper Sessions Presenters:
    • Cynthia Jimes, ISKME, A Trajectory of OER Research: From Create and Use to Transformative Processes;
    • Turadg Aleahmad, Carnegie Mellon University, Presenting Q Commons, an open question bank
  • Paper Sessions Presenters:
    • Clare Mortensen, ISKME, Early Research Supports Enhanced Teaching and Learning Through Open Textbooks;
    • Judy Baker, Foothill DeAnza Community College, The Future of Open Textbooks at Connexions
    • D.L. Beardon, University of New England, Pink Granite and White Oak: France and Texas have Grand Plans for Digital Education)
  • CNX Training Session (session host: Daniel Williamson)
General Session - Connexions Consortium
Authors Panel Connexions Downstream Panel Second Breakout Sessions
  • OER Content Development (session host: Phyllis Hillwig)
  • Internationalization (session host: Kathi Fletcher)
  • Branding in Connexions (session host: Ed Woodward)
  • Connexions Training Session (session host: Daniel Williamson)