Presentation Archive

EESC is a source of timely and scholastic presentations and documents on topics related to e-learning, instructional technology, and communicating science to the public.

Once Upon a Time In a Galaxy Called Higher Ed...

Inside Track, a national commercial provider of adult learner coaching asked for a presentation on the Factors Impacting Higher Education for their all-staff conference in Portland, May 2013. Dave’s presentation draws from multiple resources to describe some of the issue faces our universities, and Inside Track’s potential partners.

Imagine a truly 21st Century Public University

What will a truly 21st Century public university look like?  And what will be your role in making it successful? This presentation from the 2012 National Outreach Scholarship Conference by Dave King, offers some insight and prediction.

10 Steps to Success for Extension...And Your Role in Making it Happen

This presentation provides leadership tips for communication and technology faculty and staff in Land-Grant universities. Presentation by Dave King, Associate Provost, Oregon State University, at the National Extension Technology Conference 2012.

Collaborative Development of International Learning Modules

Working together, U.S. universities (led by Oregon State University) and Chinese partners (the China Central Broadcasting and Television School) will create a new form of bilingual learning modules that can be used worldwide to provide information, education and training in agriculture and natural resources. Presentation was made by Dave King, Associate Provost for Outreach and Engagement, at the Joint China-United States Distance Education Conference, Nanjing China, Sept 16, 2011.

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Technology is your friend, really.

This presentation was made to the Mid America CropLife Association (MACA) annual meeting in Minneapolis, September 2011. It focuses on the value of technology and community-based social networks for long-standing and traditional organizations such as MACA.

Driving Content to a Mobile Device - Are we Killing the Internet? ACE/NETC 2011

Dave King and Chris LaBelle from Oregon State University Outreach and Engagement discuss current user preferences in relation to the use of mobile device apps and how developing resources for proprietary mobile platforms has advantages and disadvantages. HTML5, jQuery, and CSS are offered as alternatives to current production approaches.

All ADEC 2011—Innovation in Distance Education

This was the keynote presentation at the 2011 All ADEC meeting in Columbus, Ohio. It describes three major issues we face in the future of distance learning: Mobile, Metrics, and Modules. And it shows a spectrum of access being developed at Oregon State.

CABTS Presentation November 2010

Representatives from the Central Agricultural Broadcasting and Television School (CABTS) in the China Ministry of Agriculture visited Oregon State University for an ADEC-sponsored workshop in November 2010. This is the English-version descriptive presentation made by Mr. Guilin Wang of CABTS to the national ADEC Program Panel at the conclusion of the workshop. 

Drupal Under the Hood

Presentation slides and resources handout delivered by Bryan Mayjor at the NETC 2010 Conference in Auburn, AL

OSUEA Spring Training
Slide sets from EESC's 2010 presentations April 2010