Virtual School Meanderings

November 8, 2018

Make 2019 Your Year To Learn More

Yet another item from yesterday’s inbox…

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Distance Teaching and Learning
Distance Teaching & Learning
Certificate Courses Start February 2019
Portrait of Benjamin Franklin “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
– Benjamin Franklin
Want to grow and support your online courses and programs?
Want to keep more of your existing students and find new students through distance education?

Distance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) professional development courses from the University of Wisconsin–Madison can strengthen your skills and help you and your institution thrive.

Whether it’s becoming an effective, strategic‑minded administrator or a knowledgeable, supportive online instructor, we have the courses and certificates that you need!

Professional Certificate in Online Education
Feb 12‑Jun 10, 2019

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Online Education Administration
Feb 5‑25, 2019

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Fundamentals of Online Teaching 
Feb 5‑Mar 18, 2019

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Creating Presence in Online Courses
Mar 5‑Apr 1, 2019

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“Great course! Great instructors! A great way to really take your instructional design and instruction to a transformational level.”
– Leah Mason, University of Alaska Southeast
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Questions? Contact Janet Staker Woerner • depd@dcs.wisc.edu • 608‑890‑3038
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