Remote Teaching 101

In this special CETL Session we will take a step back.  The way we teach has changed forever, and online/remote teaching and learning is the path paved toward the future.  While this Spring many faculty jumped in feet-first and persevered, now there is time to reflect and better prepare for the fall. Online learning is…

Remote Teaching 101

In this special CETL Session we will take a step back.  The way we teach has changed forever, and online/remote teaching and learning is the path paved toward the future.  While this Spring many faculty jumped in feet-first and persevered, now there is time to reflect and better prepare for the fall. Online learning is…

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3 Questions to Consider in Student-Centered Remote Teaching

While online and remote education may not be equal, today’s new remote educators can work toward providing high-quality, engaging learning experiences for their students. Providing access to content is a great first step, but access on its own does not make for a quality learning experience.  During this session we will review the EDUCAUSE article…

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How Can High Quality Faculty Development Improve Online Course Quality? – Facilitated Discussion

This 20-Minute Mentor will cover the benefits of providing high quality professional development opportunities for faculty, what some of these opportunities (or programs) might look like, and ultimately how these opportunities can positively impact the overall quality of online programming. Review current professional development opportunities and participate in an open discussion on the ideas presented…

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Gaining Skills with LinkedIn Learning

With LinkedIn Learning, anyone can gain new skills. We offer expert-led, anytime training that you can take at your own pace, with tools and features to fit almost any learning style. Use this course to understand how you learn best and how LinkedIn Learning can help you set and achieve your personal and professional goals.…

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Online Instruction: How Can Media Richness Theory and Social Presence Theory Help Me Improve?

Attrition rates are 10% to 20% higher in online courses than their face-to-face counterparts. While online course formats offer convenient methods of instruction, poor course development often leads to high attrition rates. This facilitated discussion explores how applying Media Richness Theory (MRT) and Social Presence Theory to online course design and instruction can aid overall…

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Blended Learning Series: Using Multimedia Effectively

CAPE is excited to continue this series of workshops on implementing blended/online course delivery with active learning in the classroom.  In this session, we’ll discuss how to begin integrating multimedia into your course modules. By the end of the session you will be able to: Define commonly used media formats and locate editing tools. Locate…