In this episode of Unknown Issues, John Jones is joined by Kerry Jones, an instructor from the English department and Director of the Writing Center. Kerry and John talk about the transition to teaching online, social presence, and the new online writing center at Wichita State.
Dr. Roy Myose talks about issues of attendance in classes when there are video lectures available online. Call it “flipped” or “hybrid,” Dr. Myose’s content delivery model is becoming more common at WSU and around the country, but what are the unintended consequences of giving this kind of access to content?
Dr. Vinod Namboodiri and Carolyn discuss the pros and cons of three class delivery methods: online, hybrid, and face-to-face. Find out what Dr. Namboodiri would choose if he had to pick just one of those for his own teaching!
In this episode, Carolyn & Caleb sit down with Kimberly Moore, director of WSU’s Office for Workforce, Professional and Community Education!
In episode 24, John and Caleb talk to Director of the BSW program at Wichita State, Shaunna Millar about how she utilizes social media cultivate and grow a community around social work.
This week we welcome Bobbie Knoblauch and Gery Markova from Wichita State’s Barton School of Business! In this episode, Carolyn chats with Bobbie and Gery about their experience teaching in the online environment.
Becky Nordyke came by to talk about what it’s like being completely new to online teaching. Listen in as she and Carolyn talk through the concerns and challenges Becky faces as she thinks through getting her course online.
Carolyn is joined this week by Dr. Jennifer Stone from the College of Education. Jennifer is a passionate advocate of universal design for learning and has some good ideas and thoughts about making your courses accessible. In the podcast she mentions W3 [https://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/accessibility.php], and their site could be very helpful to you.
Dr. Carolyn Speer Schmidt leads Dr. Porcaro and Dr. Perry on a deep dive discussion into what it means to have “parity” between online and face-to-face classes. Along the way, they discuss student engagement, quality classes, and a few other topics. This week’s podcast is a great roundtable discussion on some of the most important issues in online education.