About the Speakers

Josh Mitchell
Director of Sales
eThink Education

Mr. Mitchell joined eThink in 2015 and brings nearly 15 years of experience in higher education to the organization. In his role as Director of Sales he is responsible for business development efforts in the higher education and corporate sectors. Mr. Mitchell holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University.

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About The Webinar

The learning landscape is rapidly changing, and the advancements in the types of personalized and engaging learning experiences that can be created have shifted what is possible when it comes to the creation and maintenance of your institution's digital curriculum.

In order to take advantage of these advancements, your Learning Management System (LMS) must be able to adapt to support the latest learning trends, tools, and methods. Fortunately, open-source technology (such as Moodle) allows you to configure your learning platform and digital curriculum in ways that have sustainable, measurable impact on the success of your learners.

Join us on Wednesday, September 25th at 11:00am EST to discover four tactics that can help you improve your digital curriculum as well as how technology type can affect the flexibility of your digital curriculum for years to come. During the session, you will learn how to...

  1. Customize the learning experience with the Moodle dashboard, user tours, and access restrictions
  2. Provide social learning and personalized feedback with communication tools
  3. Map your institution's academic and informal learning with competencies
  4. Gain a clear view of learning in the LMS with reporting & analytics

Duration: 1 hour

Date: Wednesday,  September 25th, 2019

Time: 11:00 am EST / 4:00pm BST

Register for the Webinar

4 Tips for Improving Your Digital Curriculum

Claire Machia
Director, Support Services
eThink Education

Ms. Machia joined eThink Education in 2014 with a range of experience in academic settings.  She previously worked as an Instructional Technologist and Institutional Researcher at SUNY Potsdam and as a consultant for Cyberlearning, Inc. before joining Metropolitan College of New York as their eLearning Coordinator and Moodle administrator. Ms. Machia has also taught and designed online and blended courses and serves as a certified course reviewer for the Quality Matters program.  She holds a BA in History and Secondary Social Studies Education, a New York State teaching certification, and a MSEd. in Educational Technology.