KSU's Online Learning Day

If you teach or develop online courses at Kennesaw State University, you will want to join us for the annual Unconference. This event is a unique professional learning opportunity including a technology showcase, featured speakers, faculty presentations, and more. The 2018 Unconference will take place February 23, 2018 at the KSU Center. The event will start at 10:00 am (check in at 9:30 am) and end at 4:00 pm. Mark your calendars!

2018 Keynote Lunch Speaker: Anissa Vega

  • Anissa Vega is an associate professor and coordinator of the Online Teaching Endorsement in the Department of Instructional Technology in the Bagwell College of Education. Anissa has been teaching online in teacher education since 2004, and designed KSU's first MOOC in 2013. In 2017, she won the Bagwell College of Education Outstanding Teaching Award and the Regents' Teaching Excellence Award for Online Teaching.

    Presentation: Getting Past a Bad Connection

    The secret to great teaching isn't actually a secret at all. Whether face to face or online, our students want to know we care about them. Teaching online with an ethic of care, can improve learning; however, demonstrating care online requires intentional efforts and strategies. Engage with us in a conversational presentation about how you can show you care while improving online learning outcomes.  

    Registration is now full.

    Please contact Tiffani Reardon at treardo2@kennesaw.edu for any questions.

    The call for proposals has closed.

    Proposal acceptance notifications will be sent on January 26, 2018 after a blind review process.


    KSU's Online Learning Unconference is an event planned by the KSU Distance Learning Center and the Office of Distance Education in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Funding for the event is provided by the KSU Office of Technology Enhanced Learning.