Packback and The League for Innovation present

Creating Community Without the Classroom: Lessons from Leaders in Online Learning

Wednesday November 10th, 2021


After a year of remote learning, how have instructors built a sense of community even without face-to-face interaction? Join four experts in instructional design and pedagogy as they discuss how inquiry-based discussion can foster peer-to-peer interaction, help students formulate inquiries, and create community even in an online context.

This webinar is presented by Packback and The League for Innovation in the Community College. Founded in 1968, The League for Innovation is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate innovation in the community college environment.

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Join this webinar to learn:

  • What teaching and learning leaders at National University, University of Phoenix, and Rio Salado College consider when choosing which technology to implement
  • How the right technology fosters a genuine spirit of inquiry and camaraderie regardless of the setting
  • Why inquiry-driven approaches to discussion, like Packback's, enable instructors to build more meaningful and engaged communities that keep learning going, even outside the context of in-class assignments.



Dr. Marie Cini


Acting CEO



Michael Medlock, M. Ed.

Associate Dean of Instructional Design and Technology

Rio Salado College

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Dr. Shannon McCarty


Dr. Allison Rief


Vice President of Academic Affairs
Bay Path University



Lead Faculty
University of Arizona Global Campus