“Ready, Set, Click!” Workshop to Provide Strategies for Online Teaching

The “Ready, Set, Click!” workshop will be under way Feb. 13-March 30 to provide information and practice on the strategies for successful online teaching and learning.
This workshop, presented by the Learning Technologies Team, will be helpful in identifying those issues that make the online classroom different and how to address them in ways to set up both professors and students for a successful Truman experience. It will serve as a great tool if instructors are preparing to teach a fully online course, or just wishing to “blend” or “hybridize” a traditional course.

“Ready, Set, Click!” is one of three options that meet the provost’s requirement for online certification, which must be met in order to teach a fully online course.

The workshop will be taught exclusively online, but there will be open hours for Blackboard training from 9:30-11:30 a.m. the first Wednesday and Thursday of each month in McClain Hall 215.

Sign up for the workshop at eventmanager.truman.edu/register.asp?classid=800&sectionid=1764. For questions about the workshop, contact the Learning Technologies Team at ltt@truman.edu. Questions about the online certification process can be presented to the Office of the Provost at provost@truman.edu.

During each week, the workshop will have some elements of asynchronous, but interactive, collaborative activities which will involve the whole workshop cohort. Other than these collaborative activities, participants will be able to proceed through the materials at their own pace. Unlike previous iterations of this workshop, there will not be built-in time to build or redesign an actual course during the course of the workshop.
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