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Webinar series offered for NDSU faculty

Published: 14 November 2013

All NDSU faculty and instructors are invited to participate in a free webinar series offered by NDSU Distance and Continuing Education through its membership in the Learning Resource Network’s Society for Faculty Development. The following topics will be presented in a series of three webinars.

Insights Into the Learning Brain

Nov. 14
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

As educators, we are in the business of changing brains. But does our course design take into consideration how the brain learns? Find out three NeuroMyths and six NeuroFacts that will change the way you teach, and increase your students' learning.

Continual Engagement: Fostering Online Discussion

Feb. 6
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

From the author of the new book, “Continual Engagement: Fostering Online Discussion,” learn practical how-to techniques for increasing student comments, discussion and interaction in your online and hybrid courses. Learn strategies from Mary Dereshiwsky, who has taught more than 1,000 faculty how to engage students online.

11 Tips to Enable Learning and Completion

March 13
1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Boosting completion rates is now imperative for institutions and faculty. Discover 11 tips to enable learning and completion while maintaining academic quality and challenge. Relevant for both classroom and online courses, these no-cost, advanced, practical how-to techniques produce results.

All webinars in this series are free to all NDSU faculty and instructors. Webinar participants will receive access information on the day before the webinar. To register for any of these webinars go to ndsu.me/dcelern.

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