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Tools & Strategies for Interaction in an Online Course

Jun 4 - Jun 4, 2019
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Date: June 4th, 2019
Time: 
9:00am-10:15am
Location: 
Torgersen Hall Room 1100
Instructor(s): 
Daron Williams - 

Description:
In this session, LED staff will talk about the importance of interaction in online courses, and then we’ll extend the conversation to include tools and strategies to embed opportunities for interaction in a variety of online course contexts. We’ll cover the tools embedded in Canvas, as well as third-party tools already integrated into VT’s version of Canvas, then other external (and sometimes free!) tools that can allow for a more interactive student experience.

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to...
Articulate why interaction is important in an online course.
Identify strategies for Learner-Learner interaction that can work well in a technology-enhanced course.
Identify strategies for Learner-Instructor interaction that can work well in a technology-enhanced course.
Identify tools which promote different types of activities to integrate into a course through Learner-Content Interaction.

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