OSU’s UIT-Academic Technology and Center for Teaching and Learning are committed to your success in remote teaching. Use the resources on this page to sharpen your skills and enhance student learning.
During campus closures, faculty can leverage online technologies for remote teaching, particularly Canvas and Zoom. Under the circumstances, providing a consistent approach for students across the university will be greatly beneficial.
Center for Teaching and Learning session reviewing student and faculty survey results, highlighting college efforts, and sharing guides for the future.
Friday, June 5, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Free to attend via ZOOM
An institution-wide pass to the Online Learning Consortium’s Innovate conference, to be held online from June 15-26, is available for all OSU faculty and staff. OLC Innovate gathers higher ed faculty, advisors and administrators throughout the U.S. to share ideas and best practices. In this virtual event, synchronous conference sessions will be available daily, and you’ll also have access to all session recordings. To learn how to register at no cost, visit the Ecampus website.
Last week, Cub Kahn posted a blog titled, Practical Solutions to Remote Learning Issues. In that issue, an infographic on remote learning issues, along with practical, evidence-based solutions were shared. This week, the Center for Teaching and Learning is sharing … Continue reading →
The Ecampus multimedia team researches emerging tools, and works with our sibling team of Instructional Designers to help support instructors. So lets take a moment to peek at tools we all might be using in the coming years for communicating with teammates from a distance. Multimedia developers primarily use a paid tier of Slack (for… Continue reading →
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I’ve had several faculty in the last couple of weeks comment to me that students are getting burned out on videoconferencing. I have also experienced a drop-off in students’ willingness to keep their cameras on throughout my class which makes me wonder if they’re: 1) even there or 2) just tired of having to appear… Continue reading →
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