Rutgers Online Learning Conference | Improvise . Adapt . Evolve

Virtual Event | March 15-16, 2021

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Welcome to the Virtual 2021 Rutgers Online Learning Conference

#RUOnlineCon brings together the best minds in the online, hybrid and EdTech worlds to focus on improving teaching and learning with technology. The two-day program will take place in a completely virtual format on March 15th and 16th, 2021.

To support our community during this challenging time, we are offering free registration to all Rutgers faculty, staff and students. We are also offering discounted registration to other institutions, including an all-institution pass option.

Learn From

70+ sessions, educators, technologists, and industry leaders from across the country

Who Should Attend?

  • Educators from across the country from both the public and private sectors
  • Faculty and students in ALL disciplines
  • Instructional designers, instructional technologists, developers, support coordinators, curriculum and department leaders
  • Anyone interested in technology-assisted education
  • K-12 educators (special sessions just for you!)

Agenda

Meet Our Keynote Speaker

From warrior brain to artist brain - how using art and music curriculum is saving lives.

Richard Casper will share how he had to Adapt after getting injured in Iraq. His humvee was struck four separate times by I.E.D.s which led to a traumatic brain injury. During his journey to heal, he discovered art and music and It changed his life so he had to evolve. He learned to transition his warrior brain to his artist brain. When he knew what he had just experienced needed to be shared with other veterans around the country he had to improvise. He went from an art student/bouncer to an Executive Director and co-founder of a non-profit that empowers wounded veterans to heal through art and music.