Tuesday, September 3, 2013 at This is a pre-recorded webinar
Starts at 1:00 PM · Ends at 2:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
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ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
Colleges are increasingly asking instructors to take advantage of students' engagement with technology to teach online or web-enhanced courses. The challenge is deciding how to get started and what materials to put online.
In this webinar, Wendy Bass, Distance Education Coordinator at Pierce College, shows you how using technology to:
- Extend learning beyond the lecture
- Spend more time teaching and less on course management
- Smooth the transition from teaching-centered to student-centered learning
- Provide anytime-access to course documents
- The benefits of web-enhancing your course
- Getting started: 1) choosing from what's readily available (jing, slideshare, teachertube, blogging); 2) adding documents and resources; and 3) creating materials
- Integrating online materials into your course and establishing expectations for your students
- Integrating online discussions (and assessments of those discussions) into your course
- Setting up online assignments that go beyond quizzing
- Creating short informative videos to explain concepts with which students often struggle
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Wendy Bass is the Distance Education Coordinator and Project Director of Title V Grant at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California. Her research and publications focus on early literacy, supporting children with special needs, and helping children with cancer return to school.
Dr. Bass has taught traditional and online courses in psychology and education, in both 2- and 4-year schools in California. In addition to teaching online courses at Pierce College, she is responsible for standards and procedures for online instruction campuswide. She also serves on the college's Educational Technology and Steering Committees, and in the Academic Senate. Prior to coming to Pierce, Dr. Bass was the Distance Education Coordinator and a professor in child development at East Los Angeles College (ELAC). Dr. Bass is also a frequent presenter and panelist at education conferences, speaking on such topics as "Best Practices in Teaching Online," "How to Engage Online Learners," and "Encouraging Critical Thinking in Online Child Development Courses."
This is a pre-recorded webinar