Effective Use of Media (recorded 10/16/19)
This session emphasizes how media can be leveraged to increase student engagement, satisfaction, and success. In this webinar, we address the goal and purpose behind the use of media in online courses, showcase the various ways we use media at UW Extended Campus to meet our goals for students, highlight faculty-facing media resources, and answer any questions faculty have about the use of media.
High Impact Practices (HIPs) in Online Courses (recorded 11/13/19)
There’s been a lot of hype about HIPs ever since AAC&U published its list of high impact practices.They have become commonplace in discussions about higher education and designing learning environments that contribute to student success. But, what does this mean to you as faculty? How can you go about implementing HIPs in your course? In this webinar, we focus on four of the eleven HIPs: ePortfolios, service learning, collaborative projects, and capstone courses. Tune in to learn tips and best practices for implementing these HIPs in online courses as well as some examples of HIPs in action. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or newcomer to HIPs, you will find inspiration to bring back to your virtual classroom.
Extreme Makeovers: Course Renovation Edition (recorded 2/27/2020)
Renovations are a great opportunity to make changes to a course. This sessions walks through strategies to prepare for a revision so you can get the most out of it for yourself and your students. It focuses on a few tangible strategies you can apply to your next course revision.
Using Backward Design During Course Design and Development (recorded 5/1/2020)
Using the backward design model leads to effective online course design and development. By using this approach we ensure that courses are fundamentally sound, leading to student success.This webinar introduces you to what backward design is, and its importance to the design and development process. We discuss best practices for the alignment of objectives, assessments, and resources.This session walks through strategies to prepare for course design and development so you can get the most out of it for yourself and your students.
Giving Feedback that Promotes Learning (recorded 11/18/2020)
Giving students feedback is an integral part of faculty work. Is it working for you and is it truly helping students? In this engaging webinar, Kim Kostka, chemistry professor, discussed keys to effective feedback. The session focused on simple ways to incorporate an evidence-based feedback model that is tailored to adult learners. You will leave the session with practical tips and strategies.