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Conference Presentations and Speaking Engagements
(a partial list)

  • ATMAE 2017 Annual Conference, November 3, 2017
    “Effective Instructional Design” Workshop Presentation
  • Saba Insight – Boston, Massachusetts, July 25, 2017
    “Strategic Talent Management in the Era of Uncertainty” Panelist
  • Chief Learning Officer Symposium17 – Bonita Springs, Florida, April 24, 2017
    “From Silos to Healthy and Happy: How Adventist Health System Is Transforming Its Learing Culture”
  • 2016 ATMAE Annual Conference – Orlando, Florida, November 3, 2016
    Keynote Address: “Virtual Engagement: How Gamification Can Improve the Distance Learning Experience”
  • Revolutionary Learning – New York City, August 18, 2016
    “Interactive Fiction in the Classroom: How Old-school Gaming Can Facilitate Accessible Constructionist Learning Opportunities”
  • OLC Collaborate – Las Vegas, Nevada, June 10, 2016
    Keynote Address: “Building a Robust Online Learning Structure on the OLC Pillars of Quality”
  • Learning Impact Leadership Institute 2016 – San Antonio, Texas, May 24, 2016
    “The Technology Ties that Bind: How LTI Leverages Learning Platforms and Tools for Maximum Effectiveness,” Panel Moderator
  • IMS Global Quarterly Meeting – Adelphi, Maryland, February 22, 2016
    CASA Workgroup Track, Facilitator
  • NERCOMP – Norwood, Massachusetts, September 28, 2015
    “Policies for Adopting and Implementing LTI Apps into Your Learning Environment”
  • Learning Impact Leadership Institute – Atlanta, Georgia, May 6, 2015
    “Breaking into HED: How to Engage Institutions as Leaders in LTI App Development”
  • Online Learning Consortium International Conference 2014 – Orlando, Florida, October 30, 2014
    Enabling the Explosion of Innovative Applications for Teaching and Learning (Featured Session)
  • Learning Impact Leadership Institute – New Orleans, Louisiana, May 7th, 2014
    Enabling the Explosion of Innovative Applications for Teaching and Learning (Panel Moderator)
  • Florida Distance Learning Association – University of Central Florida, April 24, 2014
    Engaging Learners through the Power of Narrative
  • Sloan-C, 19th Annual Sloan Consortium – Orlando, Florida, November 22, 2013
    Engaging Learners Through Interactive Fiction: Developing the Historical Williamsburg Living Narrative
  • Ellucian CIO Conference – Orlando, Florida, June 10, 2013
    21st Century Education: How Gamification, MOOCs, and Badges are Changing the Teaching and Learning Experience
    Co-presented with Carie Ann Potenza
  • IMS Global Learning Consortium – San Diego, California, May 13, 2013
    Learning Impact 2013 Awards Judge for Established Initiatives
  • Technology Leadership Conference – September 14, 2012, San Juan College
    Keynote Address: “Learning Through Play and Technology”
  • Technology Leadership Conference, Pre-Conference Workshop – September 13, 2012, San Juan College
    “Engaging Education”
  • Fall Faculty Workshop – St. Paul, Minnesota, August 21, 2012, Northwestern College
    “Focused Storytelling: Utilizing Technology in the Classroom”
  • EduTech Day 2012 – March 16, 2012, Fashion Institute of Technology
  • Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges – January, 2009
    “Educating Avatars as an Extension of Self”
  • SunGard Summit, Las Vegas, NV – March, 2007
    “Getting on the Same Page: Institutional Advancement Web Design”
    “Managing Your Web Presence as a Strategic Online Environment”
  • SunGard Summit, Orlando, FL – April, 2006
    “Web Governance and Information Architecture”
  • ITC Tel e-Learning Conference – San Diego, CA, February, 2004
    ”The Orange Grove: Planning, Planting, Picking, and Packaging Florida’s Learning Objects”  Co-presented with Susie Henderson and Russ Adkins.
  • Florida Education Technology Conference – Orlando, FL, January, 2004
    ”Learning Objects: Sharable, Reusable Solutions” Co-presented with Susie Henderson and John Baker.
  • SACS Annual Conference – Nashville, TN, December, 2003
    “Integrating Technology in Accreditation Activities” Co-presented with Dr. Jared S. Graber.
  • Leadership Alliance Executive Seminar, EDUCAUSE – Anaheim, CA November, 2003
    “Best Practices for Achieving Measurable Success with Learning Technology” Co-presented with Bill Graves and Larry Humes.
  • NISOD 25th Annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence – Austin, TX, May, 2003
    “Teaching in the Learning College: A Web-Based Professional Development Tool” Co-presented with David Hosman
  • President’s Meeting & Faculty Development Day, SUNY Ulster Community College – Stone Ridge, NY, January, 2003
    “Technology in Education” Keynote speaker
  • League for Innovation in the Community College CIT – Long Beach, CA, November, 2002 “Technology in the Learning College”
  • League for Innovation in the Community College CIT – Anaheim, CA, November, 2000
    “Partnership in Practice: Supporting Faculty in Online Course Development” Co-presented with Suzanne Craymer and Jennifer Landers
  • New Mexico Virtual College Conference – San Juan Community College, Farmington, NM, October 26-27, 2000
    Facilitated breakout session on technology in learning on behalf of Collegis and Eduprise.
  • Collegis ED Conference – Amelia Island, FL, 2000
    “Effective Technology in Education”

Television and Radio Appearances and Interviews

Hap Aziz is a contributor on Fox 35 television in Orlando, FL. He appears as their Tech Expert, covering topics ranging from popular mobile applications to issues in computer security and protecting personal information online. Below are many of his television appearance clips. Feel free to subscribe to Hap’s YouTube Channel for updates.

Articles and Interviews

In addition to television appearances, Hap is occasionally interviewed or published in print and web publications. Below are some links:

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