Building an Interactive Collaborative Online Course (Conference/Workshop/Seminar)
With the objective of improving course design and execution of the online offering of Introduction to Women's Studies, the Women & Gender Studies faculty were awarded an instructional development grant aimed at innovative use of technology for the benefit of student learning. Recognizing the benefits of formal training in instructional design and learning theory, staff in WGS engaged in a four-day summer workshop with instructional technology consultants in NDSU's Information Technology Services department to help construct and implement an exemplary online course. This panel discussion will report on the results of this project and will also include insight on how other groups of faculty may be able to collaborate for course creation.
Presenters: Ann Burnett, Director of Women & Gender Studies and Professor of Communication; Erienne Fawcett, Assistant Director, Women & Gender Studies; Alison Graham-Bertolini, Assistant Professor, English and Women & Gender Studies; Amber Rasche, Lecturer, Women & Gender Studies; Natalie Smith, Lecturer, English and Women & Gender Studies; Dena M. Wyum, Senior Lecturer, Human Development & Family Science and Women & Gender Studies More information...
Century Theater, Memorial Union
NDSU Information Technology Expo
Amber Rasche firstname.lastname@example.org
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