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Overview

Have questions about online teaching? Confused about how some of the online tools work? Need tips on best practices in online classes? Want to share ideas with other online instructors? Instructional Development staff host regular online workshops, where you have a chance to talk with your colleagues and get answers to your teaching questions.

Unless otherwise noted, these sessions are offered in a live web conference. Scroll down to see details on how to participate.

Workshops are FREE, but space is limited. RSVP to jmichael@academyart.edu to reserve your spot!

Upcoming Events (Spring 2014)  |  Past Events  

All workshops are offered in a live web-conference format, and sessions are recorded for later, on-demand viewing. All times listed are Pacific time.

February
  • Mastering the Online Grading Tools (for NEW online teachers)
    Jenny Michael (Cyber Campus) leads this workshop, which will review tools and best practices for critiquing and grading online. We will also discuss options for critiquing in an online office and requirements for critiquing via screen-capture video. Although intended primarily for new online teachers, this session is open to all. 

Wednesday, 2/5, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

  • Successful Online Critiques
    What makes for a successful critique in an online class? How do online critiques differ from in-person critiques? In this practical workshop, Jesse Mangerson (Fine Art Painting) will discuss and show examples of online critiquing strategies that (1) are respectful of online students' efforts and (2) encourage them to make productive revisions to their work.

Tuesday, 2/11, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.  OR  Wednesday, 2/12, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

  • Strategies for Teaching Group Directed Study Classes (801)
    Managing a group directed study class (GDS - 801) offers special challenges. In some cases, no content has been created for the class, so the instructor must come up with activities and content that will engage students for the required 3 hours a week of online time. In addition, GDS classes may have very few students, so the instructor must also find ways of working effectively with a small group. In this workshop, led by Kevin Koczela and Jenny Michael (Cyber Campus), we will clarify the requirements for teaching a GDS class and offer strategies for making these learning opportunities successful. If you have experience in teaching GDS classes, please come share your ideas and observations with us!

Thursday, 2/20, 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.

More workshop dates coming soon...  |  top of page

 

How to Participate

  • You will need a web browser and a telephone.
  • In addition, we would like to use video conferencing for as many people as possible. So if you have a webcam, we hope you will consider participating via video. (WARNING: Yes, this means that you will be on camera!) :)
  • To enter the session CLICK HERE  and log in as a guest.

  • Please log in 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the session, so we can address any technical issues — and so the meeting can begin on time. Thank you for your consideration!
  • You’ll find information about the teleconference inside the meeting site.
  • If you will be connecting to the online meeting from outside the US and need a local phone number to call, please contact Angela Short in advance, so she can make the necessary arrangements.

Please note: All sessions are recorded for later, on-demand viewing.

Recordings & Resources from Past Events  |  top of page

Fall 2013

spring 2013

Fall 2012

Fall teaching expo 2012

Summer 2012

Spring 2012

Fall 2011

Summer 2011

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