INACAP, October 2010.
At headquarters INACAP of South Santiago and Punta Arenas will be held this important meeting whose aim is to know and learn about the online education model recognized by State University of New York Learning Network, which offers over a thousand courses and degrees online and meets more than 100 thousand students around the world.
The seminar, organized by the Center for Innovation in Education (CIEDU) of INACAP , invited to participate in a space of reflection on the online education model implemented by State University of New York, SUNY, and how its implementation has been INACAP.
It should be noted that since since 2008, the Technological University of Chile INACAP actively involved, through a partnership agreement with State University of New York (SUNY).
Under the agreement INACAP - SUNY, and understanding that INACAP constantly seeking innovative techniques and methodologies capable of generating a better quality learning for their students, has implemented a pilot initiative based on the model SUNY Learning Network, SLN.
As a result of this new innovation INACAP, has spawned countless new challenges and opportunities that open up the task of teaching online.
It is precisely because of the relevance the results of this pilot in the work of online education, the Directorate of Innovation and Graduate INACAP (DPI) wanted to share with the community initiative and scope of teaching through SLN as a model for quality online learning.
On Wednesday October 6 in Santiago INACAP South , and Friday 8 INACAP Punta Arenas , there will be meetings, where part Francisca Capponi, Advisor to the Center for Innovation in Education (CIEDU) of INACAP . Francisca es Astrónoma y Doctora en Ciencias de la Ingeniería de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y quien lidera el Proyecto de Enseñanza Online. Francisca is astronomical and Ph.D. in Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, who heads the Online Learning Project.
It shall also foreign guests Carey Hatch, SUNY Learning Network Manager and William Pelz, Professor of Social Sciences and member of the Multimedia Instructional Design at SUNY.