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Preparing to Teach at a Distance Online Series

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Date: May 20th through June 30th, 2019
In Person Meeting: May 20th, 1:00pm to 3:00am
Term: Summer 2019
Location: Torgersen Hall room 1120
Presented By: TLOS/LED
Instructor(s): Daron Williams, Larry Cox, Eunice Ofori

This track will focus on will technology-enhanced course development, delivery considerations, and strategies for teaching online learning courses via synchronous and asynchronous methods. This track is designed to prepare online instructors or improve current practices. 

Participants will examine strategies, pedagogy, tools, and best practice information.  Topics within this track include writing clear objectives, effective communication, online assessment, and quality assurance.  Track participants will analyze theory and apply concepts from workshops in a hands-on culminating experience.  

In addition, participants will have the opportunity to meet with online learning faculty of varying levels from a variety of disciplines.  

Track participants will receive Master Online Instructor credential.