While the week began slow on the blogging front, it ended in a flurry of activity.
Advance Your Online Teaching Skills with OLC
MANAGING FACULTY WORKLOADOCTOBER 24 – 30, 2016Join facilitator Linda Algozzini in this workshop where you will explore research-based strategies to assist faculty in managing their time more effectively and reduce the risk of burnout. You will review practical workload management tips and tools for both new and experienced faculty. Additionally, you will develop a workload management plan that will help improve the online faculty experience.
EXPLORING INTERACTIVE VIDEO TOOLSOCTOBER 26 – 28, 2016
In this workshop, you will explore free online video tools and easy to implement strategies for creating interactive video with the help of facilitator, Dr. Ann Musgrove. The interactive video format enables you to add quizzes, embed resources, and place discussion questions directly into your videos, transforming the learning experience into one that is more engaging for students.
INTRODUCTION TO COPYRIGHT & FAIR USE, PART 2OCTOBER 25, 2016Numerous universities around the country have been sued for everything from illegally posting articles and book chapters to improperly streaming video and digitizing books for the purpose of facilitating research and providing access to patrons with disabilities. In this workshop, with Linda Enghagen as your facilitator, you will learn to recognize the legal implications of copyright infringement and you will develop a working familiarity of best practices in Fair Use.
STRATEGIES FOR EVALUATING ONLINE FACULTY
OCTOBER 26 – 28, 2016
With the change in format from ground-based courses to online and hybrid courses, different criteria may need to be considered for evaluation of faculty effectiveness. Dr. Brian Redmond will guide you as you focus on designing or refining evaluations used for online faculty, which can consist of student evaluations, peer evaluations, and overall evaluations.
November 9 |12:00pm ET
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Presenters: Members of Online Learning Journal (OLJ) Editorial Board
Join members of the OLJ Editorial Board to learn how to best present your research when submitting to a scholarly peer-reviewed journal.
Online Learning Consortium, Inc, PO Box 1238, Newburyport, MA 01950
The Online Learning Consortium | P.O. Box 1238 | Newburyport | MA | 01950