There are many possible directions when trying to develop successful online courses and programs along with many pitfalls to avoid. At The Fisher College of Business we’re considering the feasibility of expanding our online offerings, either as targeted courses or even entire programs. During this research, we’ve discovered that The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools …Read more at the full article: Strategies for Delivering Online/Hybrid Courses and Degree Programs
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Welcome to the new Class Progress tool. On February 14th, Valerie introduced you to images of both the Class and User Progress tools; today, we will look more in depth at Class Progress.
Later this afternoon, we will show changes in the User Progress tool. You can play with the Carmen Sandbox to experience these changes for …Read more at the full article: Carmen Sneak Peek: Class Progress
In 2010-2012, in conjunction with number of colleges, we piloted Adobe Connect with faculty and staff at Ohio State. Based on feedback from pilot participants, we are happy to announce that our new webinar service, CarmenConnect, is now available for all OSU faculty and staff.
CarmenConnect allows you to hold lectures, discussions, meetings, office hours, …Read more at the full article: CarmenConnect at Last!
One of the newest Ohio State MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) deals with City Planning and how technology plays a pervasive and transformative role in changing how we view and build cities.
We are currently in the course design process, preparing “TechniCity” for deployment on Coursera. Jennifer Evans-Cowley, professor of City and Regional Planning, is partnering …Read more at the full article: Planning for the TechniCity
After many revisions and meetings, the Engineering Education Innovation Center, EEIC, Impact Grant project charter is complete. I have to thank Rob Griffiths, Tom Evans and Alan Kalish for their support, creativity and insights in getting the charter written.
The next steps in the project were to get started on the creation of instructional videos for the …Read more at the full article: Deep in the Trenches of the EEIC Impact Grant
For the first forum of the Digital First initiative our goal was to initiate a conversation about teaching and learning in the digital era and what OSU’s response should be to emerging technologies and opportunities. Dr. Matt Stolzfus spoke to the transformative potential of learning technologies in the classroom and beyond. I focused on the …Read more at the full article: Digital First Faculty Open Forum: Digital Teaching and Learning Landscape
What do the following events have in common?
lectures for Animal Sciences 2376,
class sessions for Statistics 1450 and Statistics 2450
online tutoring for Math 1114
office hours for a Math professor
a seminar with people from across the US about getting a beehive ready for the winter
a presentation and discussion of menu ideas for people with diabetes
a Human Resources …Read more at the full article: CarmenConnect!
Today, Ohio State has announced a new partnership with the online learning platform Coursera. Coursera offers open-access, non-credit classes at no cost to participants. You may have heard these types of courses referred to as “MOOCs,” or massive open online courses.
I’m currently working alongside two faculty from the College of Pharmacy to help them create, …Read more at the full article: The Ohio State University joins Coursera
Online Learning Strategies and Skills by Lauren Hensley meets Quality Matters Standards
Lauren Hensley, Interim Director of the Walter E. Dennis Learning Center and doctoral candidate in the College of Education and Human Ecology, recently submitted an online course that she designed and developed for a Quality Matters review. Her course, Online Learning Strategies and Skills (EDUPL …Read more at the full article: Perfect Score Achieved on Quality Matters Review
Earlier this summer (yes, it’s still summer!–that is, until September 22) I took Edu PAES 8893.40, otherwise known as Moving Online from the Traditional Classroom: Assuring Quality in Development and Design. Taught by Joni Tornwall, a Digital Union colleague, the course–intended to be an exemplar for students enrolled in it, by meeting Quality Matters standards–specifically …Read more at the full article: Kinetic Learning in the Moving Online Course