March 22nd Provisions Session Summary: “Teaching Online”

To access the audio recording of the session, click here. Our second Provisions session of the Spring Semester explored the theme of” Teaching Online.” Presenters shared previous experience with teaching courses online, and effective strategies for improving success for a diverse range of students. An audience of approximately 30 faculty and staff members attended to hear presentations from Lily Shafer, Instructional Designer, Silvia … Continue reading March 22nd Provisions Session Summary: “Teaching Online”


March 22nd Session Reminder

Please join us for our upcoming Tuesday, March 22nd session on “Teaching Online.” Our esteemed presenters for the March 22nd session include: Lily Shafer– Instructional Designer Silvia Mejia– Department of World Languages and Cultures Daniel Nester– Associate Professor of English Provisions’ sessions are held from 12:00-1:15 in Standish A&B. All are welcome and no reservations are required. Free lunch and refreshments will … Continue reading March 22nd Session Reminder

March 22nd Session: “Teaching Online”

Online Learning…Good Or Bad?? Distance education was founded in 1728, but there has been an increasing focus on online learning in recent research and literature (“Infographic history of distance education”). Online learning has become more widespread and popular due to the many benefits it offers. Some benefits of online learning include: greater flexibility, a broader … Continue reading March 22nd Session: “Teaching Online”