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Creating alternative ways of representing information, broadening learner engagement opportunities, and expanding the ways learners with disabilities can express their learning can be of great benefit to all your online students. Implementing Universal Design for Learning/Instruction (UDL/I) methods delivers a better learning experience, greater academic success, and improved student retention.
Constant change is emerging as the new normal. To survive and thrive, organizations and individuals must be able to adjust, and enhance their knowledge and skills to meet evolving needs. This means the most important thing your students can learn is how to learn. We'll show you how to use technology to engage your students and prepare them for lifelong learning.
Faculty members have always faced time constraints when planning their courses, but the information age is now making it even harder to decide what to cover in a semester. Get advice on what to include, and what you can safely disregard, as you write your syllabi and plan your busy semesters. Are you ready to embrace the future learning model? We'll show you what you must include, and what you can safely disregard, as you write your syllabi and plan your busy semesters.
Cheating happens because students have the opportunity and the incentive to do so. The key to inhibiting cheating is to design courses so that it is difficult to cheat and to create grading structures that encourage learning. Discover what you need to do to reframe your attitudes about and revise your approach to academic dishonesty in this seminar.
Creating a solid annual campaign is the subject of a brand-new online seminar packed with information and advice. Led by noted consultant (and former community college development Vice President), we show you how to respond to the growing call for private fund-raising with a successful and repeatable annual campaign.