Event Schedule

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Track Information:   Accessibility Administration Advising and Tutoring Student Engagement Teaching and Instructional Design

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TIME DATE Tue. 15-Oct DATE Wed. 16-Oct DATE Wed. 16-Oct DATE Thur. 17-Oct DATE Thur. 17-Oct
8:00 AM   Complimentary breakfast at the Inn at Ole Miss. Shuttles will be provided to the conference site. Bring your silent auction items to the Jackson Avenue Center. Complimentary breakfast at the Inn at Ole Miss. Shuttles will be provided to the conference site.
9:00 AM   Session 1A:
Talking through Text: Supporting Distance Learning Writers with Asynchronous Online Tutoring: Dr. Alice Myatt, UM
Track: Advising and Tutoring
Session 1B:
Looking Back to Move Forward: David Werther, UW-Madison with Ken Lightfoot, Thomas Edison State University, Kristyn Rose, Old Dominion University
James Andrews, West Texas A & M University, and Evan Smith, University of Missouri

Track: Administration
Session 8A:
Where Students Teach: Unlocking Open-Pedagogy in the Digital Composition Classroom: Marc Watkins, UM
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
Session 8B:
Providing Accessible Course Materials: Tracie Ortiz, Ph.D., Old Dominion University
Track: Accessibility
10:00 AM   Session 2A:
A Mixed Model Approach to Study Abroad: A New Way to Global: Meg Milligan, Ph.D., Troy University
Track: Student Engagement
Session 2B:
Tailoring Adult Advising to Find the Best Fit: Audra Trnovec, Ed.D., UM
Track: Advising and Tutoring
Session 9A:
Keeping Team Revisions on Track: Sarah Korpi, UW-Madison
Track: Administration
Session 9B:
"What's on Fire?!" Teaching Emergency Management Using an Online Simulation: Kristyn Rose and Dr. Brendan O'Hallarn, Old Dominion University
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
11:00 AM   Session 3A:
One Way Leads to Another: What One Traditional F2F Chemistry Instructor Learned from Teaching Independent Asynchronous Sections of the Same Classes – At the Same Time: Dr. Kerri Scott
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
Session 3B:
Designing to Engage from Start to Finish: Kim Livengood, ASU, Jennifer Engle, ASU
Track: Student Engagement
Session 10A:
Putting It into Practice: Brainstorming Applications of the Science of Learning to Online and Hybrid Courses: Dr. Josh Eyler, UM and ADEIL 2019 keynote speaker
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
12:00 PM   Lunch catered by Tarasque Cucina. Tarasque chef John Stokes is a native Oxonian. Classically trained in both French and Italian styles, Stokes is influenced by Old World cooking, Southern classics, and the idea that the best way to get to know someone is to break bread with them.  
  • Silent auction winners announced
  • Boxed lunch available
  • Post-conference Delta Blues tour
1:00 PM   Session 4A:
No One Has Ever Died in an Online Lab: Deborah D. Norris, ODU
Track: Student Engagement
Session 4B:
Establishing Considerations for Universal Design for Learning and Accessibility in Online Courses: Dr. Aisha Haynes, USC – Columbia
Track: Accessibility
Post-conference Delta Blues tour:

Whether you're a die-hard music fan or just want learn more, this tour will give you a new appreciation for the Mississippi Delta, the area that gave birth to the blues.

Leave the JAC at noon in our van with a box lunch in hand. Travel to Clarksdale in the Mississippi Delta (about 90 minutes) and go by the Highway 61 Crossroads. Visit the Delta Blues Museum, and if time permits after the museum, go to Cathead Music and Books. Have a snack or a drink at the Ground Zero Blues Club, leaving Clarksdale by 4:30 to make it back to Oxford for the Thacker Mountain Radio Hour. 
2:00 PM Registration/check-in begins at the Inn at Ole Miss. You can also check-in Wednesday at the Jackson Avenue Center. Session 5A:
Supporting Course Consistency through the Use of Templates: Dara Anderson, ASU and Heather Schoen, ASSU
Track: Administration
Session 5B:
IFLIP: Supporting Differentiated Flipped Instruction through Instructional Lesson Design: Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, UM
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
3:00 PM Tour of Rowan Oak, William Faulkner’s house. Pickup and dropoff at the Inn at Ole Miss.
Session 6A:
Tips and Techniques for Success in Independent Study Mathematics Courses: Azlin, Wimberly, Song, Hunt, Anderson, UM
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
Session 6B:
Begin Here: Writing Quality Learning Objectives: Dr. John A Hollenbeck, UW
Track: Teaching and Instructional Design
WORKSHOP 1.5 hours
4:00 PM ADEIL board meeting in the MacMillan room at the Inn at Ole Miss Session 7A:
Student Outreach, Support, and Why Students Should Join Facebook and LinkedIn Groups: Bill Davis, Forbes School of Business & Technology
Track: Student Engagement
4:30 PM Double Decker tour of Oxford: pickup at the JAC, drop off at the Thelin lecture or at the Inn at Ole Miss.
5:00 PM 5:00-7:30 PM
Welcome reception and keynote address in the ballroom of the Inn at Ole Miss
Dr. John Thelin will deliver a presentation for the Department of Higher Education Speaker Series from 5 pm to 6:30 pm. The lecture will take place at the University of Mississippi School of Law. Thelin’s lecture will focus on his recently released book, Going to College in the Sixties. Shuttles will be provided for conference attendees who wish to attend.
6:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM
Thacker Mountain Radio Hour is a live radio show featuring weekly author readings and musical performances. The show this week features songwriters Allison Moorer and Maggie Rose plus debut novelist Morgan Parker and is being held at the Lyric Theater in the Oxford square. The Inn has complimentary shuttles to and from the square.
6:30 PM 6:30-9:00 PM
Conference dinner at Boure restaurant on the Oxford Square. From 8 – 9, catch a complimentary Flying Tuk for pub hopping, sightseeing, and trips back to the Inn.

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