This one-hour presentation, developed in cooperation with Dr. Christopher T. Miller, discussed the utilization of classroom chats in on-line learning. The session emphasized developing classroom discussion, creating on-line classroom order, and maximizing time in the chatroom. This session was presented as needed.
This one-hour course was presented individually to professors scheduled to teach compressed video courses. This course covered practical use of Tandberg equipment, including cameras, touch screen controls, video, dvd, and computers. Participants also learned specific rules for developing content via compressed video delivery. This session was presented multiple times as needed.
This one-hour course instructed the university community on changes and planned upgrades to the Blackboard Learning System. Topics included: archiving/exporting a course, scheduled down-time, removal of digital drop box, and examples of changes planned in the upcoming release. This session was presented thirty times at multiple sites.
With the increase in gas prices and the importance of education, many college instructors are turning to online course management systems to replace some “seat time”. This session discusses and covers the issues instructors face in the development of online materials including different learning styles and ADA compliancy. Co-presented with Mary Kelly-Kirk Arkansas Association of Read more about Developing Materials for Online and Blended Instruction[…]