Learn how to integrate online learning with face-to-face teaching on your campus.
This seminar explains the core teaching behaviors relevant to online teaching. Explore assessment methods and instruments to judge the quality of online teaching--even if you yourself have not taught online.
Meeting the challenges and capitalizing on the opportunities of online education requires a strategic approach. This seminar helps you improve the quality of your programming and promote the growth of online education at your institution.
In the arena of online education, small schools can compete effectively with far larger ones. We provide you with proven steps for launching new online education programs, including how to gain faculty support, identify lead administrators, develop solid instructional designs, and provide technological help during the transition to the new delivery system.
You need to act sooner than later, as the number of online students is exploding. Of all students in college, 29.3% take at least one online course. Meeting the needs of this population is critical for growth and retention rates, but it won’t be easy. Tight budgets and economic pressures make adapting a new approach difficult. Two expert instructors discuss the relationship between technology, student affairs, and distance learners.
Ensure your institution’s online education options align with proven programs and policies for capitalizing on the adult market. We offer you a blueprint to effectively serve adult learners, from online offerings to campus life with proven strategies and practices. This seminar benefits the areas involved with the returning adult student market and their online education.
The need for more adult learner focused programs at colleges and universities is indisputable. Projections for the US workforce indicate the need for better trained, well-educated workers. Unfortunately, the rate of graduation for high school students continues to decline. We will help you understand the critical elements needed to enroll and retain the market of adults who finished high school and never attempted college, those with some college and no degree, and adults desiring a career change.
Distance education administrators know that the stakes of compliance with federal regulations in higher education are real, constantly changing, and complicated. This seminar discusses three regulations that impact distance education programs: credit hour, student authentication, and last day of attendance (LDA).
This session will inspire you to look at your existing work in new ways. Seeing all the future uses of your online education materials will motivate you to take your course preparation work to the next level.
Learn how evaluation can help you to improve students’ experience, identify your professional development needs, and prepare for formal performance reviews, including promotion and tenure committees.
Learn the difference between the design elements of a course and the instructional interactions done in the online classroom that count as teaching practices. Identify the five key online teaching behaviors from your Learning Management System.
Learn just how much information adjuncts require about your institution, your administrative processes, your pedagogical expectations, and their developmental opportunities.
In this program, you’ll discover specific places where students benefit the most from UDL principles. You’ll see how to provide learners with full alternative paths through your courses—and how to execute this in about 20 months.