The HBCU Leadership Summit for Online Learning

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Add to Calendar 2014-10-29 00:00:00 2014-10-29 00:00:00 The HBCU Leadership Summit for Online Learning The Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Leadership Summit for Online Learning sponsored by the Sloan Consortium provides an opportunity for the HBCU community to create a space to discover ways to empower and strengthen online education efforts. The summit provides a forum for informative and stimulating presentations and discussions on strategies and resources that can assist in the creation of a sustainable online learning environment. In addition, the summit will provide prospective on how current trends in online education can be used in the growth of the online footprint in the HBCU community. Lastly, it provides an opportunity for universities sharing similar goals and interests regarding online education an opportunity to network and build resource capacity. Learn more about this conference. Lake Buena Vista, FL Lake Buena Vista, FL noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Leadership Summit for Online Learning sponsored by the Sloan Consortium provides an opportunity for the HBCU community to create a space to discover ways to empower and strengthen online education efforts. The summit provides a forum for informative and stimulating presentations and discussions on strategies and resources that can assist in the creation of a sustainable online learning environment. In addition, the summit will provide prospective on how current trends in online education can be used in the growth of the online footprint in the HBCU community. Lastly, it provides an opportunity for universities sharing similar goals and interests regarding online education an opportunity to network and build resource capacity. Learn more about this conference.


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