Recent Workshops

Throughout the year, the Office of Online Education partners with the Faculty Council to offer technology-based workshops for faculty and staff members.  

Recently Featured Workshops

Assessing Group Work: This workshop will attempt to address these issues by providing practical examples along with group discussion. We will also discuss the theory of group work and if there are best times to incorporate group work in the semester.

Really Good Stuff: Learn about faculty experiences, best practices and available resources for moving to technology enhanced instruction, flipped classrooms and online programming.

Date:
Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

Location:
264 A&B Kapoor Hall

Presenters Focus Area
Don Mager, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of
Pharmaceutical Science
The Flipped Classroom
Marc Kiviniemi, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Community Health
and Health Behavior
The Flipped Classroom
Fred Doloresco, PharmD, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
Online Instruction
Scott Wersinger, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Exercise and
Nutrition Sciences
Online Instruction
Gaspar Farkas, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Exercise and
Nutrition Sciences
Technology enhanced lectures
Jeremiah Grabowski, MEd
Online Programs Coordinator
School of Public Health and Health Professions
Models of best practices, available resources, and core instructional design considerations
Robin Sullivan, MLS
Online Learning and Distance Education University Support
Teaching & Learning Center
Resources available to enhance teaching and learning, e.g. Tools
of Engagement Project (TOEP):
On-demand Discovery Learning Professional Development
Panel Session Questions, discussion, specific interests and needs