"Students retain approximately 70% of what they hear in the first 10 minutes of class
and just 20% during the last 10 minutes".
SLATE is committed to ensuring our members have access to important industry trends and topics, educational materials and news related to best practice methods for utilizing technology in teaching and learning The reference center is your primary resource to get information from the experts and from professionals like yourself. This page contains links to handouts shared by presenters from previous SLATE Conference sessions. We will continue to add to this repository of handouts over time. Please encourage presenters to add their information to the site, so everyone can benefit from their expertise. If they don't post it, it won't be available.
• Accessibility with the SLATE Group
Issues and Concerns of Accessibility to Technology in Teaching and Learning, is a constantly moving curve of importance that once again is on the rise. Review the conversation about Blackboard’s commitment to accessibility and the improvements made within Blackboard Learn over the last twelve months. read more...
• The Four Biggest Myths to Video Learning
The phenomenal growth of online video learning as opened up a world of potential to Learning and Development professionals. Many businesses are now transforming their content, while others raise concerns around its implementation. Videos are not the panacea, but this article looks to bust some of the myths associated with video in learning. read more...
• How This School Library Increased Student Usage by 1000 percentTo adapt to changing student needs, some school libraries are reinventing themselves as makerspaces, but this Ohio library took a slightly different approach. Now they’re seeing incredible results. read more...
Want to access conference presentations from years past? Trying to remember that useful piece of information you heard about? Interested to see what was presented on before you started attending the conference, or how information has evolved over the last decade? Below you will find slides and materials from past conference presentations along with previous conference programs.
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