Join us for Carry On Chats
In partnership with the Office of Information Technology Services, the Director of Online Learning, the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning and the Faculty Technology Committee, we will continue to host small group chats to engage in casual conversations about how Faculty can be best supported to "Carry On" Teaching. You can see all sessions here: Carry On Tech Chat Registration or simply click on the individual link for the topic that interests you.
These chats continue to provide value to everyone involved. We appreciate faculty joining us to give us feedback and to support each other at this challenging time. We welcome you to join us again or for the first time to be part of these valuable conversations and share your experiences. If you learned something new or had an experience in your remote classes that you would like to share, we would love to have you join us!!
CarryOn Chat: Principles & Practices of Online Teaching
Course Types and Requirements
Q & A with Executive Deans Eileen Jahn and Philip Dehne
Join us to talk about the different modalities (on-ground, hybrid, remote, online) and the requirements for each.
Using Open Educational Resources and Where to Find them
Presented by Mayumi Miyaoka and Karen Flanagan
The transition to remote classes has resulted in many print materials that were traditionally on reserve not being available to students. Librarians Karen Flanagan and Mayumi Miyaoka will discuss using digital Open Educational Resources (OER) as an alternative to print for reserves, required reading, and supplementary texts.
How do I Incorporate Video in a Hybrid/Remove Classroom?
Looking for ways to find and use video in your fall class? Review previous sessions on using video from the library and using video in your class and then join us for a discussion on ways to ensure students watch videos for your course outside of a Zoom session. If you have used video in a remote/online class, we welcome your input!
Carry on Tech Chats: Tuesday Evening Tech Chats
Tuesdays July 21 and 28 from 7 - 8 p.m.
Register for one or both
In partnership with the Office of Information Technology Services, the Director of Online Learning, and the Faculty Centers for Teaching and Learning, we will host small group chats to engage in casual conversations about how we can continue to support faculty to "Carry On" Teaching.
More sessions coming in August/September including:
Testing in the Remote Classroom
Student Learning in a Remote Environment
Preparing Agile Courses, Instructor Presence
Small Tweaks for Big Impact
Giving effective Feedback
Strategies for Designing and Facilitating Engaging Online Discussions