This K-12 district walks participants through "Disaster Relief Training"; how to teach those with little to no online experience to be FEMA superstars (Formulate, Engage, Manage, Assess) to transform learning, and empower students on a daily basis.
Student success begins with faculty development. Demands are placed on educators to produce quality online courses and there is a clear need to "teach the teacher." Institutions must provide training and support before the design and delivery phases.
This session will provide university faculty and staff with effective strategies to use social annotation tool Perusall to facilitate and support learner interaction and success in any classroom.
This session evaluates the experiences of an HBCU's leadership body in navigating e-learning challenges in a pandemic to capture how to implement collaborative practices to support institutional constituents during unanticipated campus disruptions.
In 2021, IvyOnline and College assessment collaborated to conduct a pilot of changes to our design template at Ivy Tech Community College. Come learn how we approached the evolution of the design template through A/B testing and a usability focus.
This short session offers creative approaches to take any course from good to great as you improve the design by assessing the quality. Participants will discuss informal and formal strategies to assess learning and course quality with minimal effort.
Lawsuits have quadrupled against higher ed institutions in the last decade because their courses are not accessible for all. Assistive Technology is here to construct a more egalitarian system in a context where inclusion plays an important role.
In this short session a variety of communication tools and strategies are shared to better engage students. Participants will share their own. Faculty reported this valuable communication plan helped to develop a student-centered success experience.
What will quality synchronous online learning look like now that ERL is nearing its end? Come share your ideas and experiences as we learn about the rich history of synchronous learning, and discuss opportunities for elevating quality in synchronous design and teaching.
This presentation will enable participants to: a) apply a framework for connecting online and in-person learning; b) create a plan for engaging students in live class sessions; and c) utilize engagement strategies during live sessions.
Our eLearning team needed a way to quickly assess the quality of all 720 online sections offered at the college. We customized the QM Rubric and review process and created a unique report card to provide a meaningful status report to administrators.
Are institutional silos impacting the quality of your online courses? Join our conversation to strategize how cross-departmental collaboration can improve and sustain the culture of quality online course development on your campus!
Join us as we share activities that actively connect students to course content and instructors. Jump out of the box with us to engage students in learning through instructional materials, learning activities, assessments, and feedback.
Can a good course be designed by one person? Sure! Can a course be made stronger through collaboration? Absolutely. Let's explore how the QM Rubric can establish quality relationships between IDs and SMES that in turn lead to incredible online courses.
A team of instructional designers will share their experience of identifying ways to supplement the Quality Matters Standards from a list of 43 standards to a set of foundational and advanced standards in a checklist format.
This session explores our small campus's QM pilot program, with key faculty members participating in an APPQMR workshop, eventually leading to a plan to certify all of our online faculty before the launch of our first online degree programs.
Discussions around inclusive design for linguistically and culturally diverse students often focus on a perceived gap between student behaviors and instructor expectations. In this session, we discuss a culturally inclusive mindset and an asset-based perspective for learning design.
"Tech in 10" and a "Teach in 10" microlessons were implemented for faculty and staff to get 10 minute chunks on topics related how to learn, plan and solve issues that arise with telework, technology, teaching and especially teaching online.
"Do you repeatedly have to answer student questions about how to get an A on an assignment?" Attend this session to learn how well-designed feedback rubrics clarify expectations, guide assignment development and provide consistency in grading.
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted developmental math, from placement through instruction and assessment. This session will look at components that have been affected, what is likely to stay, and how faculty can participate in the process going forward.