Online Classroom newsletter has been helping educators develop and define the world of online education since its inception in 2001. Issue after issue, we look at the challenges and opportunities presented by this dynamic, fast-growing teaching medium.
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As an educator in todays rapidly evolving technological world, it is imperative to stay current with the possibilities of online education. This online course answers faculty questions while providing insight on how to become an exceptional online educator.
Learn several design and facilitation ideas to help you create a better learning experience for your students. Youll see examples of online discussion activities, including student posts and instructor feedback to those posts as well as an assessment rubric template you can use to evaluate the quality of your online discussions and help you adapt what you learn in this webinar to your own online courses.
If you’re an online educator, creating online video content is no longer an option. It’s a virtual requirement in today’s online environment, where students expect your curriculum to keep pace with new technologies. Unfortunately, even if faculty would love to make their students happy, most educators don’t understand how to create online video, and budget shortfalls are limiting training opportunities. Learn all about video creation from inception to viewing and discover simple ways to effectively create and deliver online video content.
With the Monday Morning Mentor Summer Edition, you’ll receive a 20-Minute Mentor every week for eight weeks.
Week in and week out, these programs, presented by respected academic peers, cover timely and relevant topics in only 20 minutes—long enough to provide actionable insights, but short enough to fit anyone’s schedule.
By learning how to effectively create, share, and stream video, instructors become more successful in communicating and solving problems. This multipack of programs not only contains tips for creating impactful videos, it also provides actionable advice for advancing one’s career by getting video content viewed by a broader audience.
Academic knowledge rarely permeates into mainstream society, much less the media. To get publicity, more grant and funding opportunities, and to effectively disseminate knowledge, instructors must understand how video plays a major role. This program discusses five strategies you can use to create videos that reach more people and answer common problems.
Often teachers and researchers work tirelessly to make an impact through video, but its reach is typically limited to the classroom or institution. In the information age, knowledge is power. This program provides proven methods for creating impactful video content that gets viewed and shared by a broader audience.