Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Presentation Title

BLEND & FLEX: Engaging Effective Faculty Interaction

Location

Waldorf

Start

9-29-2015 2:10 PM

End

9-29-2015 3:00 PM

Abstract

This presentation will highlight Florida Atlantic University’s Center for eLearning “Blend and Flex” menu of opportunities for faculty to select from for their own Professional Development in online teaching. All of the items available to faculty feature research-based best practices for high quality online courses designed for ease of use, consistency across courses and programs, and a high degree of student success. Added bonuses for all involved in these various learning opportunities include: participants sharing across the campus, and interacting with colleagues from a wide variety of academic and institutional support levels. This creates in-depth dialogue about the learning process for themselves as well as their students. This interactive presentation will highlight the components of the “Blend and Flex” menu and will feature faculty discourse, menu format outlines, and visual graphics.

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Sep 29th, 2:10 PM Sep 29th, 3:00 PM

BLEND & FLEX: Engaging Effective Faculty Interaction

Waldorf

This presentation will highlight Florida Atlantic University’s Center for eLearning “Blend and Flex” menu of opportunities for faculty to select from for their own Professional Development in online teaching. All of the items available to faculty feature research-based best practices for high quality online courses designed for ease of use, consistency across courses and programs, and a high degree of student success. Added bonuses for all involved in these various learning opportunities include: participants sharing across the campus, and interacting with colleagues from a wide variety of academic and institutional support levels. This creates in-depth dialogue about the learning process for themselves as well as their students. This interactive presentation will highlight the components of the “Blend and Flex” menu and will feature faculty discourse, menu format outlines, and visual graphics.