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Sakai11 williams jhu ep faculty development

by Instructional Designer at Johns Hopkins University on Jun 14, 2011

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Room: Santa Anita A/B...

Room: Santa Anita A/B
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Title: Faculty Development for Online Instructors: It Is More Than Technology Training
Date: 06/14/2011
Presenter(s): Denille Williams (Johns Hopkins University)
Description: Faculty development is critical to the quality and success of online programs. The quality of development and delivery of online courses can be greatly enhanced by providing opportunities for faculty to learn best practices and increase faculty knowledge of online teaching and learning. During this session you will learn about the evolution of faculty development for online instructors at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals as we present the past, present, and future of the JHU-EP online faculty development efforts. JHU-EP will also share our findings and experiences as we work to transition our faculty development program online using Sakai to deliver a course on best practices for online course development and plan future courses to enhance online teaching skills. After learning about online faculty development at JHU-EP, share in an open discussion about the faculty development efforts at your institution and ideas for the future of faculty development.

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