Virtual HETS Best Practices Showcase 2017 – Schedule

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Celebrating Innovation in Retention, Assessment, Internationalization and Placement to Promote Hispanic Student Success in Higher Education

NOTE: For all presentations feel free to send any questions via email to: info@hets.org. On the subject line please write: 2017 VBPS inquiry for presenter. In case of the asynchronous presentations, HETS office will contact you with the answer provided. This page is exclusively for the use of registered participants.

February 9, 2017 – Opening Session (Video of the live transmission will be available soon)
 

 

February-9

Live Opening Session at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, Central Offices,
First Floor, Salones Multiusos
Recording of the: Live Transmission Opening Session VBPS  will be available soon on this page.


Main Speakers:

Dr José Jaime Rivera

 

Dr. José Jaime Rivera, Former President, Universidad Sagrado Corazón

Presentation in .pdf format: Retention, Graduation and Career Placement: New Expectations from the US Government and Accrediting Agencies.

 

 

 

Lin Collazo Carro

 

Lcda. Lin Collazo Carro, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, Law School,
Presentation in .pdf format- “Law in Times of Internationalization: an overview of the internationalization efforts at the IAUPR, School of Law”.

 

 

1:30-3:00pm
(AST)

Asynchronous presentations will be uploaded and available 24 hours from February 9 to 17, 2017

 

Second Week – Live Transmissions per Track
February 13 to February 17, 2017
(Click on the title of presentation on the date and time assigned to watch.)
To access the Asynchronous of the session please register at: Registration.

Recording of the: Live Transmission Opening Session VBPS will be available soon on this page.

February-15
(Wednesday)
Track 1: Retention and Assessment efforts in Distance Learning
(top highest scored presentation)
Title: Towards a Predictive Model of Community College Student Success in Blended Classes
By: Edward Volchok, Ph. D.
Queensborough Community College, CUNY
3:30-4:30pm
(AST)
February-16
(Thursday)
Track 2: Internationalization
Title: Strategies to Promote Internationalization and to Develop Global Citizens via Distance Learning
By: Dr. David Méndez
Vice President, International Affairs
Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)
2:00-3:00pm
(AST)
February-17 (Friday) Track 3: Placement
Title: Career Services Best Practices in Employer Engagement & Employment Outcomes
By: Lisanette Rosario
Director of Career Services
Hostos Community College/CUNY
3:30-4:30pm
(AST)
Live webcast presentations will be archived at the platform and will be accessible with the rest of asynchronous presentations.

 

February 9 – February 17, 2017
To access the Asynchronous of the session please register at: Registration

To watch click here: Live Transmission Opening Session VBPS

All presentations will be accessible 24 hours at the platform.

Asynchronous presentations (available 24 hours from February 9 to February 17, 2017)
Track Presentation Title Author(s), Institution
Retention and Assessment efforts in Distance Learning Assessment of Introduction of College mathematics using the help of Test Generator Software (English) Dr. Tanvir Prince
Associate Professor of Mathematics | Hostos Community College, CUNY
Important Keys for developing success online courses and increase retention (Spanish)
Bessie Rivera Figueroa
Director of Instructional Design | NUC Corporate Online Division
The Use of Discussions to Enhance Student Engagement, Learning, and Retention in Online Courses Discussions are useful tools for creating engagement, assessing learning, and increasing retention in online courses (English)
Rolando J. Méndez-Fernández, CME, CSE Lic. R-576
Assistant Professor + Department Chair | Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, Ponce Campus
Towards a Predictive Model of Community College Student Success in Blended Classes (English)
Edward Volchok, Ph. D.
Associate Professor | Queensborough Community College, CUNY
Liberating Pedagogy with Cutting Edge Instructional Design: John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) educates a diverse student population with 37% Hispanic Students (English)
Dr. Patrick O’Hara
Professor of Public Management | John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY


Holly Davenport
Associate Director of Instructional Design | John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

The Project was the online development of the course PAD744 – capital and operational budgeting – for the MS degree in security management (English)
David M. Shapiro
Assistant Professor and Deputy Director of the Advanced Certificate in Forensic Accounting program. Serves on the college wide faculty senate, college council, and teaching and learning center advisory board, and the departmental curriculum and strategic planning committees. Chairs the curriculum committee. | John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Internationalization Strategies to Promote Internationalization and to Develop Global Citizens via Distance Learning (English)
Dr. David Méndez
Associate Vice President, International Affairs | Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)
VDI and DJVID: The Solution to Universal Design for Students with Accessibilities (English)
Dr. Patricia Kahn
CIO and Assitant Vice President for Information Technology Services and High Performance Computing Center | College of Staten Island, CUNY


Linda John
Director of Academic Computing | College of Staten Island, CUNY


Mark Lewental
Director of Library and Media Technologies | College of Staten Island, CUNY

“Contribución de la Cátedra José Martí a la Internacionalización del Recinto Metropolitano de la Universidad de Puerto Rico” (Spanish)
Silvia M. Alberti Cayro
Bibliotecaria II, Coordinadora de la Cátedra José Martí | Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico – Recinto Metropolitano

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