Updated: Oct 21, 2020
A presentation by Cynthia DuFault (Assistant Professor in Dance from State University of New York, Potsdam) at the REMOTE: Connected Faculty Summit hosted by Arizona State University.
The State University of New York Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson announced to the SUNY Presidents that David Levin, University Entrepreneur in Residence at Arizona State University was organizing a national conference on July 13 and 14, 2020, focusing on higher education’s pivot to remote/distance/online instruction. Presenters would do a 20 minute TED-like talk at this virtual event highlighting faculty members gifted in online instruction, addressing particular issues in moving to online instruction. Faculty nominations for either track were sent to the Chancellor with a short description. She received forty nominations, and two faculty were nominated to participate in the prestigious conference. They were Christy Fogal: "Statistics" (Monroe Community College) and Cynthia DuFault: "Virtual Dance Instruction: Community Hubs" (SUNY Potsdam).
REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit, was a free two-day virtual conference on July 13 – 14, 2020. If you missed it, all presentations will remain available to view until the end of the year.
This virtual conference provides a forum and support for all colleagues across higher education to help them design the most effective and engaging experiences for learners. Leading educators with extensive practical online and blended teaching and learning experience drawn from across global universities and colleges will gather to present immediately useful and evidence-backed practices on both subject-specific and general online teaching techniques.
More than 70 sessions by a group of nationally respected higher education experts presented at the conference.