Virtual School Meanderings

August 18, 2016

Accounting Professor Learns Elements of Effective Instructional Design

From Tuesday’s inbox…

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Mastering Online and Blended Instructional Design
Dear Michael,

Dr. Jeff Phillips, Associate Professor of Accounting in the School of Business at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA, wanted comprehensive and in-depth training for structuring online courses in accounting.

“I had not taught online courses previously and needed to understand the associated pedagogy including challenges faced by online students requiring specific accommodations,” he said. “The Instructional Design Mastery Series provided an in-depth understanding of instructional design, learning modalities, and strategies for online and hybrid courses.”

Learn more about Jeff’s experience and the benefits he found from enrolling in the Mastery Series.

Keep on Learning!

Jennifer
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Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium
617-716-1414 | support@onlinelearning-c.org

“The series provided an in-depth understanding of instructional design, learning modalities, and strategies for online and hybrid courses.”

-Dr. Jeff Phillips, Clark Atlanta University

Read more about Jeff’s story.

Have you had a great experience with OLC? We’d love to share your story! Contact Jean Simmons, Director of Marketing, at jean.simmons@onlinelearning-c.org.

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The Online Learning Consortium | P.O. Box 1238 | Newburyport | MA | 01950

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