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For Faculty: Tales of Teaching Online

by Jeremy Czerw on 2020-10-29T13:56:00-04:00 | Comments

We are partnering with the Center for Teaching and Learning to offer Tales of Teaching Online: Tips, Tricks, and Tragic Mishaps. This peer-led virtual discussion is an opportunity to examine the unprecedented transition to online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Faculty from every discipline, with varying levels of expertise with digital education, have been forced to rapidly reimagine their instructional methods, and learn a whole new vocabulary: Zoom meetings, asynchronous instruction, learning management systems, and more.

How did you prepare? What worked well, and what challenges do you still face in your online teaching? At this  intimate digital gathering, we'll discuss teaching and learning from a distance. Share your tips and strategies for improving your online teaching, expanding your digital skill set, and working with online videos and Open Educational Resources, and learn from your peers’ stories.

Thursday, November 19: 4:00PM-5:00PM.

Space is limited: please RSVP early: 



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