A few months ago the folks at Otus reached out to me about speaking at a professional development and networking event in Chicago. I’m happy to announce that everything has come together nicely and on April 29th I’ll be speaking in Chicago at the Aloft hotel.
I will be speaking about how we can help students learn, work, and live independently. And, of course, there will be plenty of references to the role that technology plays in helping students learn, work, and live independently. After my talk there will be time for networking over refreshments and appetizers. If you’re in the Chicago area, I hope that you can join us.
This event is free, but space is limited. Please register early through this Eventbrite page.
Otus is a free platform for developing and delivering course materials to your students. You can create, collect, and grade reading and writing assignments, quizzes, polls and surveys, and develop resource libraries in Otus. Otus also has tools for managing attendance and other day-to-day classroom tasks.