When I started as AVPAA, I was handed a course scheduling process that was work- and communications-heavy. With some thought and effort, I developed a new process that remains in evolution. In this post, I would like to share this
I have been an educator in higher ed now, in some form or fashion, for fifteen years. One of the hardest parts of this job is still the grading, but it gets easier. I’ve made this grueling process more efficient
Recently, two of my colleagues in Online Instruction/Instructional Technology and I hosted the “Tea for Educators of Digitally Enhanced Courses”. This was an opportunity for our faculty who teach online, hybridized, or highly digitized courses (see the Online Learning Consortium’s
Almost two years ago now, I wrote a series of blog posts dealing with the lessons learned from an online college algebra course. I was in a second or third season as an online instructor and thought if I added
Learning House and Aslanian Market Research published the Online College Students 2015 report. This information is wonderfully useful as we examine opportunities for online instruction.