In his blog post, "Model Voice-Overs," Eric Nelson draws from his experience teaching online to share his perspective on transitioning the world history survey course from a face-to-face to an online environment. In particular, Eric discusses how he has used brief, focused podcasts to guide his students through their reading -- and how these… Show more
I think it’s safe to say that none of us are experiencing the spring semester we envisioned when it began in January. I was on Spring Break when COVID-19-related closures, cancellations, and postponements began. My college extended our break a second week to give faculty time to plan for fully-online teaching and students an opportunity to figure… Show more
Happy New Semester! I hope you are all ready for the new school term. Today is the first day of classes for me, so I have been busy getting new resources online and revising those that I want to use again. I am teaching four sections of Technical Writing, all completely online. Before I return to the series of posts on digital literacy that I… Show more
If you’re transitioning to remote instruction in response to COVID-19, we know that you don’t necessarily have the time to design an entirely new, online course with new content in a new system. This video will show how iClicker interacts with your existing lecture content and video conferencing software to engage students wherever they are.
Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies and focuses on students’ powers to create their own knowledge through language and various “acts of composition.” She likes to have fun every day,… Show more
ON-DEMAND iClicker Learning Solutions Specialist Alana Craig hosts a special iClicker Cloud instructor training webinar, which covers the nuts and bolts of setting up your iClicker Cloud account and course, downloading the software, and using the software for polling, quizzing, and attendance in a virtual classroom. Access the recording today!… Show more
April 6 | 2:00 PM ET If you teach online speaking or communication or are just looking for new ways to connect with your newly online communication students, consider Macmillan Learning’s LaunchPad. LaunchPad for Macmillan’s communication titles brings together all student media and instructor resources in one central location. It offers a…
April 16 | 1:00 PM ET An inclusive learning environment is essential to student success and persistence in college. In addition, embracing difference has been highlighted by the National Communication Association as one of the 9 essential learning outcomes in communication courses. What can you do in your online classroom to create a better sense…