Karen Skibba, Ph.D., is an instructional design specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's Learning Technology Center where she consults with faculty on developing online and hybrid courses and using technology to enhance student learning. Karen received her doctorate in Adult and Continuing Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her research focuses on instructional design and online and blended teaching and learning. Her dissertation focused on how faculty members learn to teach adult learners in a blended program. Karen received a Master's Degree in Communication Studies from Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. She has taught college-level communication and online and blended course development courses and seminars. She co-authored a chapter on blended learning found in Blended Learning: Research Perspectives published by the Sloan-Consortium. Karen has presented her research at national conferences including EDUCAUSE, Sloan Consortium, Professional and Organizational Development, and the Distance Teaching and Learning Conference in Madison.
Hi Karen: sorry i missed you in the chat. But i saw your message. I would love to have you join us. You don't have to register for the live webcast. I will be publishing the links to the presentations here: http://slnsolsummit2012.edublogs.org/mediasite/ when they are ready. I will also tweet the links. You can keep tabs on things by following me (@alexpickett) or search on the hashtag #slnsolsummit for the latest news.
Let me know if you have any questions. would love to have you in the virtual audience : )
I will look forward to learning from you as you share what you know here : ) I hope you will add a photo or avatar to your profile when you can and introduce yourself in the Welcome - who are you? forum so we can get to know you a little better. I would love it if you would share more about your experiences and interests. Maybe also a little about what you are looking for in this community, or anything else you want us to know.