Learn how to choose the correct stakeholders at your school and gain their cooperation for a policy and procedures manual. Youíll see how to request their feedback and make thoughtful improvements and revisions.
Explore the different fears and concerns of faculty when it comes to online teaching and acquire practical answers. Youíll learn about the misconceptions that educators harbor about online courses and how to debunk them in respectful, constructive ways.
As schools deal with the surging interest in online courses and degree programs, issues in both the teaching and administrative spheres are inevitable. From these three programs, youíll acquire the tools and guidance to meet these demands confidently.
Discover easy-to-implement strategies to help you gain support of even the most resistant faculty and capitalize on the boom in online education.
With more than seven million students enrolled in at least one online course each year, this is one teaching trend colleges and universities need to keep up with. But there are surprisingly strong pockets of resistance, and they could be holding you back. This seminar shows you a wide range of flexible strategies to help your institution adapt to all the changes associated with online learning.
This seminar will provide you with program best practices and insights to help you increase nontraditional student engagement.
This seminar will prepare you to choose an LMS that advances your institutionís learning goals and adequately supports your instructors and students. You will learn how to evaluate your current technological needs, how to develop an LMS selection process, and how to implement that process successfully.