During the academic year, the Instructional Technology Resource Center and the Office of Academic Affairs provide development opportunities for faculty involved in online instruction. These events focus on advances occurring in online education and cover such areas as best practices in pedagogy and course design, quality assurance, and new technologies. Content is varied so faculty at all levels of knowledge and experience with online education can benefit.
Attend a Brown Bag Lunch (FALL 2013)
Bring your lunch and join us for discussions on Quality Matters and online learning at ISU.
Pocatello, Rendezvous B & C 12:30-2:00
eISU Day: October 25, 2013, 1-3pm
ISU is sponsoring an eISU event for all faculty teaching online or hybrid courses or interested in teaching online courses. The event is scheduled from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in Rendezvous A, B, C and we will have several presentations by faculty to showcase innovative approaches with online elements of their course instruction. The tentative schedule for the event is as follows:
Jeff Brockett - Implementing QM standard 1 - Best practice for getting students started in my online course (25 minutes) VIDEO
Tamra Bassett - Lessons learned teaching language online (26 minutes) VIDEO
Erin Rasmussen - Using a Virtual Rat Laboratory to Teach Principles of Learning (31 minutes) VIDEO
Jeff Callen - recognizing value in the relationships of digital technologies, democracy, and public education (27 minutes) VIDEO
Lydia Warth - Improving learning resource accessibility - Using Amara to add captioning to my videos (30 minutes) VIDEO
Pocatello Rendezvous A,B,C
Meridian Room 697
Idaho Falls CHE 208
Twin Falls C89
We will encode this event and post on the eISU website (www.isu.edu/eisu) after the event.
Light refreshments served.