The first is to develop a series of online workshops to help colleges and universities across the country prepare for the delivery of their curricula online when emergencies -- such as hurricanes, earthquakes, terrorist acts, or epidemics -- close the physical campus," said Ray Schroeder director of the Office of Technology-Enhanced Learning University of Illinois, Springfield.
What does OTEL stand for?
OTEL stands for Office of Technology-Enhanced Learning (University of Illinois at Springfield)
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- One-Touch Exchange of Die
- Texas Organ, Tissue, and Eye Donor Council
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- Operational Test and Evaluation Force
- Organisation Tunisienne de l'Education et de La Famille (French: Tunisian Family and Education Organization)
- Offshore Transmission Experts Group
- Old Town Elk Grove Foundation (Elk Grove, CA)
- Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (Clemson University)
- Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program
- Observable Tumour Effect Level (toxicology)
- Ohio Test of English Language Acquisition
- Ohio Teacher Education and Licensure Advisory Commission (Ohio Department of Education)
- Operational Test & Evaluation Lessons Learned Information System
- Office of the Telecommunications Ombudsman (UK)
- OSIRIS (Optical, Spectroscopic, and Infrared Remote Imaging System) Tunable Emission Line Object (European Space Agency)
- Open Training and Education Network (Australia)
- Oregon Technology in Education Network
- Olde Towne East Neighborhood Association (Columbus, OH)
- On-Going Training and Evaluation Program
- Operational Test & Evaluation Plan
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Ray Schroeder, professor emeritus of communication and director of the office of technology-enhanced learning at the University of Illinois at Springfield, the school's primary focus for this grant is to facilitate cross-cultural communication between two different student bodies, one an urban commuter campus in Chicago with a significant minority enrollment and the other a mostly rural student population from in and around Springfield.
Our primary focus for this grant is to facilitate cross-cultural communication between two different student bodies, one an urban commuter campus in Chicago with a significant minority enrollment and the other a mostly rural student population from in and around Springfield," said Ray Schroeder, professor emeritus of communication, director of the Office of Technology-enhanced Learning at UIS, and faculty associate at the University of Illinois Online.