Online Teaching and Learning Workshops
The Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) Workshop series is created with the intent to explore strategies, assessment, pedagogy, and tools and technology in online education. These workshops are mainly led by EKU faculty with moderate to extensive online teaching experience or by faculty/instructional designer tandems. OTL sessions are 40 minutes long with additional 10 minutes for Q&A.
April 13 - Dr. Laura Clark: -It works for me in Online Classroom (Commonwealth 1801 from noon-1 p.m.). - View Recording.
April 7 - Dr. Nedim Slijepcevic: Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) certification
April 5 - Dr. Michelle Gremp and Dr. Elizabeth Crane (Commonwealth 1801 from noon-1 p.m.) - Online Tools for Student Engagement: Wikis, Journals, and ThingLink - View Recording
April 4 - Megan Jones and Barry Burkett: Online Course Timesaving Techniques with Google Docs and Microsoft Drive (Commonwealth 1801 from noon-1 p.m.) View Google Tutorials - View Microsoft Tutorials - View Recording
March 27 - Dr. MyraBeth Bundy: It works for me in Online Classroom (Commonwealth 1801 from noon-1 p.m.) -View Recording
March 1 - Jennifer Perkins: A Little Means a Lot: Simple Ways to Improve Online Course Accessibility (Online) - View Recording
February 21 - Dr. Leslie Hardman - It works for me in Online Classroom. - View Recording
February 7 - Voicethread Overview - View Recording
September 20 - Dr. Zekeriya Eser: Effective use of Camtasia and iSpring in Online Classroom - View recording
October 11 - Jennifer Perkins: A Little Means a Lot: Simple Ways to Improve Online Course Accessibility - View Recording.
October 26 - Dr. Ryan Baggett and Mikah Pritchard: Online strategies with an emphasis on engagement or tools and technology - View Recording.
November 2 - Dr. Antoinette Davis and Catherin Beechie: Using lightboard for online instruction