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Educational Technology Workshops and Events

The below events are offered by the educational technologist. The event topics focus on specific educational technologies, including Blackboard, Collaborate, ePortfolios, Turnitin and VoiceThread, as well as workshops targeted for faculty teaching online and/or hybrid courses. Special topic sessions will also be offered periodically.

For additional training sessions on other Fisher applications, please check the OIT Training page.

Online Education Debrief

Friday, April 13, 2018
10 to 11 a.m.
Wegmans School of Nursing 103

This session will be conducted as an informal discussion among faculty who have previously taught a fully online course to share tips, best practices and general advice for designing and delivering a successful online course. This session is open to all faculty. Those faculty who may be teaching online in the near future are encourage to attend.

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Online Education Workshop

Friday, May 25, 2018
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Lavery Library, L101

This 2 hour session covers topics including Fisher's online teaching and learning philosophy, the differences between online courses and traditional face-to-face courses, the online academic calendar and guidelines for online course offerings. This session is designed for faculty with little or no experience teaching online, but is important for all faculty that plan to teach an online course at Fisher in the future.

This is the precursor event to the Fundamentals of Online Teaching course experience. Please register for that event separately as well if you plan to attend both.

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Fundamentals of Online Teaching

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 - Sunday, June 24, 2018
Online course experience

This course is a four-week, primarily asynchronous, online experience offered within Blackboard. Faculty in this course will experience what it is like to be an online student while completing readings, participating in online discussions and submitting assignments related to the design and delivery of online courses. Each member will invest approximately 5-7 hours per week on course activities, include specific tasks to be completed each week, as well as communication with the other members of the class. Time spent by each individual will be whenever is most convenient for them, with the exception of one synchronous session during the third week of the class where the group will meet online at the same time.

The event follows the Online Education Workshop. Please register for the workshop separately if you plan to attend both.

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