Tag: Roundtable

Apr 13

Sign-up TODAY for Wednesday’s Roundtable

lonely professor

Best-selling authors know that the first sentence of a book sets the stage for the rest of the read. In fact, a bad first sentence may entirely discourage readers from continuing on. The start of your course is actually very similar. How do you make sure you aren’t the only one in the classroom? That …

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Apr 06

Roundtable Discussion: Getting Started

Coming soon, mark your calendar, the Getting Started Roundtable Discussion: April 15th at 1 PM. Join us to discuss the elements of a “Getting Started” or “Start Here” module that can improve the performance of your students and meet the standards for best practices for online courses. Why is this important? Students who get off …

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Apr 01

It’s Never ‘Too Soon’ to Get Ready for Next Semester!

Getting Started Questions

We’re gathering together for a round-table discussion on April 15th at 1 PM. For those of you in Sitka you will meet in room 230. The rest of us will join via Google Hang-out. PLEASE JOIN US. Share your ideas, suggestions and concerns and let’s compile a great Getting Started Kit for the future. We’ll …

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Jan 26

Roundtable Discussion on Learner Feedback: Tuesday!!

Roundtable discussion

Don’t miss out on tomorrow’s roundtable discussion on learner feedback. We are going to test out our new distance learning room, 230 and combine that with creating a Google On Air Hang-out so that whether you are at a distance or in Sitka, we can all experience being in the room together. In order to …

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Jan 23

Fried Friday: World Seem a Bit Crazy These Days?

Do you believe in global warming? Believe that we’re on the brink of nuclear destruction? Comet going to hit the planet sometime soon? Enjoy the following infographic Apocalypse When? A Visual Guide to Doomsday Possibilities. I share this not only for a fun Fried Friday post, but also to underscore the power in presenting information …

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