Stop-Gap Strategies to Quickly Transition Courses to Online
Many educators are considering moving courses to an online format, potentially for the first time. Hear Ashland University instructor Shawn Orr, discuss practical tips and strategies to utilize online instructional methods. Learn peer-tested tools to utilize best practices in online learning in order to complete courses in an online format.
Moving Lectures Online
Faculty Partner and Residential Assistant Professor of IT at Liberty University, College of General Studies, Elyse Adler, shares her best practices when shifting lectures to an online setting.
Assessing Students Online
Faculty Partner and Chair of ACA (Study Skills), DRE (Developmental Reading and English) and ENG (Curriculum English), Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Dr. Jenny Billings, shares her tips and tricks you for effective and accurate student assessment in online classes.
Online Teaching Basics: Improving Student Learning While Saving Faculty Time | Flower Darby
Do you find online teaching challenging? Is it less fulfilling than your in-person instruction? Do you feel less connected to your students or frustrated by the amount of time you’re putting into distance learning? Flower Darby is the Assistant Dean of Online and Innovative Pedagogies at Northern Arizona University (NAU), where she has taught courses for 23 years in English, Educational Technology and Leadership. Flower teaches face-to-face, blended and online classes at NAU, as well as online classes at Estrella Mountain Community College. *Original webinar aired May 27th, 2020