MAGNA Online Seminars

Magna_225Please use the links on this page when looking for additional information about the online seminars or when you register. STLHE members and Educational Centres at STLHE Institutional Member receive a 20% discount when they include the code STLHESAPES20 when they register for an online seminar and STLHE receives 20% of the registration fee. Magna uses referals from these links to measure the impact of the STLHE website through web site referrals.

How to Track Out-Of-State Activities and Stay in State Authorization Compliance
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 | 1:00 P.M. Central | Length: 60 minutes
Russ Poulin and Cheryl Dowd, both from WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies (WCET) will provide up-to-date, authoritative guidance on creating a strategy to get continuous access to information about your institution’s out-of-state activities. You’ll learn how you can use this data and whether or not it’s necessary for meeting the compliance requirements of other states. You will also learn how to share your data with various departments or report it to the National Council – State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (if yours is a SARA institution). Furthermore, when the new Department of Education regulations are finalized, you’ll have the information you need to be in compliance with those, too.

Learning Assessment Techniques: How to Integrate New Activities that Gauge What and How Well Students Learn
Thursday, 27 October 2016 | 1:00 P.M. Central | Length: 60 minutes
You’ll learn techniques that will help improve your teaching and your students’ ability to learn more effectively. Explore a framework you can use to better identify goals for your students, along with strategies to help them achieve those goals.

The Latest GSU Ruling: New Fair Use Standards Plus Ten Takeaways that Could Significantly Improve Your Institution’s Fair Use Practices
Thursday, 3 November 2016 | 1:00 P.M. Central | Length: 60 minutes
Listen as Linda Enghagen, a professor at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts and an expert in copyright law, provides you with a summary, in layman’s terms, of the recent court ruling, her interpretation of the results, and a list of 10 key takeaways and how they could affect your institution’s fair-use policies. You’ll learn about the four factors that judges look at when considering whether use of a published work is fair—and how to apply these same factors to evaluate your own compliance.

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