Wednesday, October 16, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Sheridan Center for Teaching & Learning
Wednesday, October 16th 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Sheridan Center 96 Waterman St. This interactive workshop for faculty and graduate students will introduce principles for designing effective online assignments. While the workshop draws from examples in MOOCS (massive open online courses), many of the best practices will be applicable to other online courses and blended models (such as flipped classrooms). Participants will use case studies to explore how online assignments can facilitate engagement and active participation amongst broad audiences, and will discuss strategies for taking full advantage of digital media in designing student activities. Bring a brown-bag lunch if you would like. RSVP to reserve a place at this workshop. Please register even if the event is fully subscribed, as spaces may open later due to cancellations.