Presentation Title

A Tale of Two Online Courses: Strategies and Standards for Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning

Location

Buller Hall 149

Start Date

8-20-2021 10:30 AM

End Date

8-20-2021 12:00 PM

Description

COVID-19 has significantly expanded the use of Zoom for online and remote teaching over the past year and a half. Flexible learning that paces students’ work weekly, yet allows for them to complete at their own pace, is still in demand by adult learners juggling work, school and family. Come explore and compare principles, strategies and standards for great online education in both modalities. What modes best meet the needs of the students in your online degree?

Biography

Michael Gayle, Curriculum and Learning Design Specialist, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Lileen Coulloudon, Online Quality Assurance Specialist

Janine Lim, Associate Dean for Online Higher Education, Professor of Educational Technology

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Aug 20th, 10:30 AM Aug 20th, 12:00 PM

A Tale of Two Online Courses: Strategies and Standards for Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning

Buller Hall 149

COVID-19 has significantly expanded the use of Zoom for online and remote teaching over the past year and a half. Flexible learning that paces students’ work weekly, yet allows for them to complete at their own pace, is still in demand by adult learners juggling work, school and family. Come explore and compare principles, strategies and standards for great online education in both modalities. What modes best meet the needs of the students in your online degree?