Ana-Paula Correia actively participated at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting in NYC in April. She joined the paper session on “Considerations on the Design of Online Learning Events,” co-led Special Interest Group Online Teaching & Learning (OTL) business meeting, was the Discussant for the Symposium on Social Presence in Online Learning, and networked with her many colleagues and friends. LED group is now working on research proposals for the 2019 AERA annual meeting in Toronto!
Speaking at the “Considerations on the Design of Online Learning Events” session.
Presenting awards at OTL business meeting.
Cara A. North has recently been elected as the Association for Educational Communications & Technology’s
Communications Officer on the Board of the Research and Theory Division.
LED research group partnered with OHI/O to conduct a comprehensive evaluation study for the tech program. Results have been indicative of the influence of this program in the college population especially among female students and non-computer science majors.
Hackathon participants, Columbus, OH.
Ramseyer Hall, The Ohio State University campus, Columbus, OH.
Learning & Experience Design inaugural meeting took place in August 2017 in the beautiful and inspirational Ramseyer Hall. In attendance were Ana-Paula Correia, Karen Bruce Wallace, Ceren Korkmaz, Cara North and Vicki Simmerman.
“An example of the Beaux-Arts style architecture, Ramseyer Hall was built as an experimental school for students K – 12 that was administered through OSU’s College of Education. At a cost of roughly $411,000, the building was designed by University Architect Howard Dwight Smith and was ready for fall classes to begin in 1932. …It is named for Dr. John A. Ramseyer, a member of faculty at University School (1938-1951) and its director from 1948 to 1951.”
John H. Herrick Archives: Ramseyer Hall