Oklahoma Higher Education Campus E-Clips sponsored by the Communicators Council

November 2012

NEO Presents at the USDLA International Forum for Women in E-Learning

 

NEO's Joy Bauer and Lori Hackwell.

Pictured, left to right, are Joy Bauer, Title III technology specialist, and Lori Hackwell, NEO business instructor, who presented at the United States Distance Learning Association's (USDLA), International Forum for Women in E-Learning 2012 in Bonita Springs, Fla. in November.

Two representatives from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO), recently presented at the United States Distance Learning Association's (USDLA), International Forum for Women in E-Learning 2012 in Bonita Springs, Fla.

Lori Hackwell, NEO Business Instructor, and Joy Bauer, Title III Technology Specialist, were selected to present at the United States Distance Learning Association's International Forum for Women in E-Learning. The forum took place Nov. 27-29 in Bonita Springs, Fla.

The USDLA is a non-profit association formed in 1987 and is located in Boston, Mass. The association reaches 20,000 people globally with sponsors and members operating in and influencing 46 percent of the $913 billion dollar U.S. education and training market.
USDLA promotes the development and application of distance learning for education and training and serves the needs of the distance learning community by providing advocacy, information, networking and opportunity. Distance learning and training constituencies served include pre-k-12 education, higher and continuing education, home schooling, as well as business, corporate, military, government, and telehealth markets.

The USDLA trademarked logo is the recognized worldwide symbol of dedicated professionals committed to the distance learning industry.

“We were very excited to represent NEO at this conference. We share an extreme passion for our students at NEO and a strong desire to continually seek innovative ways to infuse 21st century learning into the classroom. Together, we bring 30+ years of classroom experience, ranging from early childhood to higher education,” Bauer said.

This was the second opportunity Bauer and Hackwell have had to present together, the first being the 16th Annual Technology Conference at Pittsburg State University held in June of 2012.

Campus E-Clips is published by the Communicators Council, an advisory group to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education comprised of Oklahoma higher education public information officers. All stories are submitted to a review panel of council members for editing and selection. To submit a story, please contact the participating council member from your institution. Stories must meet newsletter submission guidelines. Click here to view the Guidelines. For additional information, email newsletter@osrhe.edu. Site hosted by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Disclaimer