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From: Myung-Soo Lee, Vice Provost for Global Strategies
The two days of the conference fall within our spring break: April 25 and 26.
Invitation to Free Webcast of the 10th Anniversary COIL Conference
More Info and to Register? http://coil.suny.edu/webcast
For more info about the Conference please visit: http://coil.suny.edu/conference
The 10th Anniversary COIL Conference is again booked to capacity. In order to allow individuals across the world who may not be able to attend for geographic, financial, political, or other reasons to benefit from the many informative sessions on Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)* at the conference, the SUNY COIL Center will again be:
- Offering a free live webcast of all plenary sessions and two presentations during each breakout session
- Recording all conference sessions to be made available as a video archive on the COIL Center website
The SUNY COIL Center's annual conference is the leading international event in the field and brings together nearly 400 professors, international programs staff, instructional technologists, and university and college administrators from SUNY, across the U.S. and around the world to share innovative models and best practices.
2016 COIL Conference Webcast Sessions Include
Opening Plenary Session
Day 2 Plenary Sessions
16 Breakout Sessions Including
For a detailed webcast agenda and session abstracts please visit http://coil.suny.edu/webcast
For a decade the SUNY COIL Center has been reimagining education as a globally networked phenomenon. Collaborative Online International Learning* links faculty across borders to co-create learning environments in which students gain valuable digital and cross-cultural competencies through collaboration with international peers. We have in parallel expanded the landscape of higher education institutions at SUNY, across the US and the world who are internationalizing their curricula by implementing the COIL model to benefit their students, as well as their faculty and staff.
Our own networks have grown from a handful of loosely participating campuses in 2006 to over 50 committed member institutions working to normalize this model. At this, our tenth anniversary conference, we gather together to reflect on the evolution of the field, to celebrate accomplishments, to welcome new practitioners to our networks, and to investigate what new directions the next ten years may bring.
*COIL is used to refer to pedagogical activities using technology to link classrooms and students in geographically distant locations through coursework. Other terms describing such activities are virtual exchange, virtual mobility, globally networked learning, telecollaboration, and online intercultural exchange.
For more information about the 10th Anniversary COIL Conference please visit: http://coil.suny.edu/conference