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Office of e-Learning Fall 2019 Workshop Series


The Office of e-Learning is excited to continue our work in 2019-2020. We encourage faculty and staff to register for the Office of e-Learning Fall 2019 Workshop Series.

These e-learning workshops have been carefully crafted to support faculty and staff in promoting online learner success. Note that these workshops include best-practice instructional sessions, technology spotlights via the AppyHour series (in collaboration with our technology partners and the Office of Faculty Professional Development), and the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) workshop.

Be sure to also include the Office of e-Learning in your 2019-2020 professional development plan by scheduling a tailored workshop designed to fit the unique needs of your college or school. Complete the e-Learning Workshop Request Form to book any of the following workshops:

  • Applying the Quality Matters Rubric
  • Backward Design & Modular Structure
  • Best Online Teaching Practices
  • Course Alignment: From A-Z
  • Crafting Effective Learning Objectives
  • Creating Effective Online Assessments
  • e-Learning Efficiency: Work Smart, Not Hard!
  • Enhancing Online Interaction
  • Establishing Social Presence
  • Minimizing Online Cheating
  • Utilizing Open Educational Resources (OER)
Published: Thursday, August 22, 2019
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