The Week 4 webpage is now open and full of information to begin designing for engagement in your online classes. Other than updates during Round Two, the website is now fully open and will remain so through the summer.
- Week 4 Interactive Workshop
The link for today’s workshop has been sent out. Please check your email and we’ll see you at 2:00!
- Week 4 Virtual Q&A
This week’s Virtual Q&A will occur on Thursday, July 9th from 9-10 AM
- A link for the Virtual Q&A will be sent out Wednesday afternoon by 5 PM. Registration is NOT required for the Virtual Q&A sessions.
- A form to submit questions ahead of time will be available on the ReFocus Online website (via the ‘Submit Q&A Questions’ button) beginning this afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
- Consultations with Center for Teaching and Digital Learning Support
Consultations are the best way to get your questions answered and explore options for your online classes. We are using an online appointment system–just choose the center you wish to work with and select an available day and time.
While our units are doing their best to respond to emails in a timely manner, please be aware that we may ask you to schedule a consultation if emailed questions require more discussion to better understand your needs.
Teaching in general requires not only being intentional about the material that you prepare but also the audience to whom you are preparing it for. Teaching from behind a screen elevates this preparation especially when you factor in personal biases that we each have. This session will explore ways that faculty can think about the whole learning experience but most importantly the whole learner with whom they are engaging with.