MSU offers free “Dialogues in Online Teaching” recordings to assist online educators
Montana State University’s Academic Technology and Outreach (ATO) and the Masters in Science in Science Education (MSSE) program are offering a series of free online recordings entitled “Dialogues in Online Teaching” where experienced online educators discuss community, opportunities and challenges in the remote learning environment.
There are five panel discussion available for viewing, including “Creating Online Community,” “Big Rock Topics in Online Learning,” “Organizing an Online Class,” “Online Discussions” and “Interview with a Passive Online Learner.” The featured panelists have a wide range of backgrounds, from teaching in elementary school to serving as tenured faculty at the university level.
The “Dialogues in Online Teaching” videos can be accessed at ato.montana.edu/dot/.
ATO and MSSE are also teaming up to offer a noncredit course that introduces advanced strategies and technology for online instructors that will run from Oct. 5 through Nov. 6. Registration for “Advanced Online Teaching” is now open at ato.montana.edu/continuinged/.
Contact: Mark Chakoian, MSU Academic Technology and Outreach, 406-994-6550 or email@example.com.