Online Teaching: Getting Started
Online Teaching: Presence and Engagement
Online Teaching: Assessment, Feedback and Honesty
Online Teaching Bundle: Getting Started | Presence and Engagement | Assessment, Feedback and Honesty
As technology continues to shape the nature of the educational environment, it is essential that faculty members be equipped with the skills necessary to facilitate student learning regardless of student or instructor geographic location. The classroom of today is no longer limited to the traditional brick-and-mortar setting of previous generations; rather, today’s learning environment is facilitated through platforms that include hybrid, blended, and online settings. The need for faculty members to communicate complex ideas across a variety of modalities while using synchronous and asynchronous methodologies is critical to the future of higher education around the world.
Join Dr. Tawnya Means, University of Nebraska, Dr. Vanessa Dennen, Florida State University, Dr. Christian Hofer, University of Arkansas, and Dr. Michelle Darnell, Pennsylvania State University, as they guide you through these online courses through content presentation, direct exercises, discussions and reflections which can later be applied to your online teaching programs.
2020 January BSQ Employment Module Survey Basics Webinar
Strategy, Mission and Vision: A Dean's Perspective
Join us for this one-hour webinar and learn from Steve Harvey, Dean and Professor of Management at the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business at the American University of Beirut, and Tim Mescon, Executive Vice President and Chief Officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa for AACSB International - two seasoned deans with decades of combined strategic experience as they discuss the intricacies of effective and purposeful mission and vision statements that inspire, motivate and drive organizational impact.