Transitioning to Online Teaching: Learn What It Takes from a Panel of Successful Online Instructors
- Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
- Strand Union Building, 233 - view map
Learn best practices and strategies for designing, teaching, and enhancing learning experiences in online courses from a panel of experienced online instructors. The panel will discuss similarities and differences in pedagogical approaches between face-to-face and online courses, with opportunities for the audience to ask questions.
*Lunch served at 12:45 pm.
Mitch Vaterlaus, Health & Human Development, Online Teaching Award Nominee
Cheryl Hendry, History, Online Teaching Award Nominee and completed both Teaching Online Program (TOP) courses
Heather Hardester, Liberal Studies, facilitator for Liberal Studies online instructor mentor program
Scott Powell, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, past winner of the Online Teaching Award
John Graves, Master's of Science in Science Education program, past winner of the Online Teaching Award
Register for the Panel session Attendees will receive 1 credit towards membership in the Center.
Attending this workshop allows faculty to achieve these CFE faculty learning outcomes:
- Teaching with technology in pedagogically informed ways consistent with best practices
- Creating learning experiences that engage and prepare students with relevant, authentic, and meaningful activities, assessments, and course materials
- Center for Faculty Excellence