2016 TxDLA Conference

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM: Breakout Sessions
Prepare, Produce, Stay Precise: Hero's Best Practices Make it Nice!
Online Superheroes are tasked with muddling through hundreds of approaches to developing and supporting online courses. How do you know what works without testing each and every one? There has to be a better way to determine best practices without the option of x-ray vision or time travel.
Track: Innovative and Best Practice
Room: Travis D (Floor 3)
Stacy Scott, Texas A&M, Central Texas
Stacy Scott has been in education for more than seventeen years. The first seven she served as curriculum planning manager and career and technology teacher in the secondary division. For the past ten years, Stacy has been involved in higher education as an instructional designer, course developer, dual-credit manager, academic technology manager, and adjunct faculty. Stacy is passionate about education and making all students her priority, especially when preparing a strong course plan. Superior course planning and using best practices help to improve course assessments, student engagement, and ultimately empowered learners.
Ms. Laresa Trusty, Texas A&M, Central Texas, Coordinator of Technology Enhanced Learning
Ms. Laresa Trusty is the Coordinator of the Technology-Enhanced Learning (T-EL) division. She is involved in most T-EL daily operations, facilitating and coordinating budgeting, assessment, and the Mentoring Project activities. She is also working on her M.S. in Instructional Design and supports the Blackboard organization component of the University Mentoring Project.
Ms. Brittany Martin, Texas A&M, Central Texas, Learning Specialist I