Find out how OhioLINK is making the impossible possible in the newly released Snapshot 2004, OhioLINK’s annual report.
The Snapshot details the continued growth in the use of OhioLINK resources and services in 2004, for example:
The Snapshot also includes stories from eight OhioLINK users which explain, in their own words, why OhioLINK is important to their teaching, learning and research efforts.
What does the future hold for e-learning in Ohio? On Tuesday, March 8, four of Ohio's college and university presidents will attempt to answer this question at the ODCE 2005 Conference. Presidents Nancy Zimpher, University of Cincinnati; Valeriana Moeller, Columbus State Community College; Paul Otte, Franklin University; and Roy Church, Lorain County Community College, will offer their perspectives on funding, policy issues, student engagement, and teaching and learning.
In addition, free wireless Internet access will be available throughout the entire ODCE 2005 Conference space this year. All attendees are encouraged to bring their wireless devices and log on during the conference.
Register soon for a pre-conference workshop-Distance Learning Leadership Symposium, Build a Blog: Can You Build It? Yes You Can!, or Guidelines for Implementing an Accessible Distance Education Program. Please note: registration for the Build a Blog workshop ends early - on February 26. On-site registration will not be available for pre-conference workshops.
ODCE 2005: The Convergence of Libraries, Learning & Technology Conference is a joint effort by the Ohio Learning Network, OhioLINK and OSC/OARnet.