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Providing Online Faculty with Support Services Can Make the Difference

What is the attitude toward online teaching on your campus? What has it been historically? Today on WCET Frontiers we are thrilled to have guest authors from Wiley Education Services, blogging about an interview with two members of their faculty fellows program. 1,585 more words

Distance Education

Helping Students with Adaptive Learning: APLU and the University of Mississippi

This week we welcome Patricia O’Sullivan, Manager of the University of Mississippi Personalized Learning & Adaptive Teaching Opportunities (PLATO) Program to give us news from the APLU adaptive courseware grant front. 1,039 more words

Student Success


St. Xavier’s Technical Institute organised a one week Faculty Development Training Programme on Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing, under the sponsorship of Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE). 183 more words


SHSU Online Faculty Development Opportunities February 2017

SHSU Online is pleased to offer a number of faculty development opportunities via different avenues for February 2017.

Online Cohort and Self-Paced


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Curriculum Alignment: The Why, The What, The How

By: Tonya Schneidereith and Sabrina Beroz

Historically, nursing education has included clinical rotations where students care for patients in the clinical setting. This gives students an opportunity to apply theory, to develop critical thinking skills, and to deepen learning. 808 more words


Improving Face-to-Face Pedagogy Through Faculty Development Programs for Online Learning

Poster Presentation –  2016 Quality Matters Conference in Portland, Oregon.

Poster Objectives

  • Describe best practices for faculty development programs
  • Share how faculty development programs for online teaching impact face-to-face pedagogy.
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Do Closed Captions Help Students Learn?

This week we are happy to welcome Dr. Katie Linder, Oregon State University Ecampus, as our guest blog post author. Dr. Linder is here to discuss a national research project on student use of closed captions and transcriptions. 834 more words

Student Success