Senior Online Design Consultant, Ferris State University
What characteristics make up a quality online teaching and learning experience? What are today’s learners looking for in online classes? How do we make sure online classes are at least as good (if not better) than the face-to-face equivalent? If I teach online, what should I expect? What if I’d like to teach online, but not sure my subject will work well for the online format? In this session, these as well as other questions will be explored through viewing successful online courses.
A basic “tech tool kit” will also be shared for f2f participants to build their online repertoire. If you think you might be teaching online in the future OR are currently teaching an online course you feel is outdated, this session is for you. Also provides an overview of the Ferris Course Quality Rubric and Design Process Components. ~From Ferris State University eLearning Workshop, December 2019
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