Come join my presentation “Get the Right Tools for the Job” tonight at 5:00 pm in the Pike Room in the Rhatigan Student Center. We’ll discuss the most vital tool, your resume, how social media can be a tool for you, rules to follow for content creation, and how to clean up your social media pages.
Check out our new promotional video for online learning at Wichita State! Get acquainted with course organization and “boutique design” used at WSU.
The WSU Office for Workforce, Professional and Community Education (WPCE) is now soliciting ideas for Fall 2017 badges. Badges are short courses of 1 credit hour or less designed for working, non-degree seeking professionals. Each college is encouraged to submit at least two badge ideas for consideration.
On November 1, 2016 at the 8th Annual Quality Matters Conference, our Senior Instructional Designer, Torie Wynn, gave a presentation over how the QM Rubric has been modified and adjusted at Wichita State to meet the needs of our faculty, and ultimately, of our students.
If you haven’t already heard, the OLC Accelerate Conference is fast-approaching, and you’re invited! The conference runs from November 16 to November 18, and sessions stream live each day. If you’re interested in registering for access code courtesy of Wichita State online, do so soon! After I registered, I took a little time to look through
I just arrived back in Wichita from beautiful Portland, Oregon where the 8th Annual Quality Matters Conference was hosted. The city–and especially the conference–was such a breath of fresh air.
On November 1, 2016 at the 8th Annual Quality Matters Conference, our Senior Instructional Designer, Torie Wynn, gave a presentation over how the QM Rubric has been modified and adjusted at Wichita State to meet the needs of our faculty, and ultimately, of our students. Wichita State University implemented Quality Matters as the quality assurance
Headings are a critical, but often overlooked, aspect of creating accessible content in Blackboard. Headers “provide screen reader users the ability to jump directly to specific content,” which allows them to navigate through content at their own pace.
YouTube is both a blessing and a curse for online learning. YouTube hosts thousands and thousands of great educational videos aimed for higher ed learning, and their topics range from introductory algebra to advanced business management. Any instructor could find supplementary material for their students via YouTube. Unfortunately, most of these videos do not meet federal accessibility standards.