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.
Kerry Wilks, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, came by the podcast to discuss accommodating the needs of graduate students in 500 and 600 level classes.
Are you working on a syllabus for a 500 or 600 level course at Wichita State? If so, remember to include additional outcomes and assignments for graduate students who are taking your course. This is a required step unless the catalog restricts enrollment in your class to undergraduates only.
Amy Chesser and Wendy Dusenbury from College of Health Professions and the Online Faculty Fellows program talk with Carolyn about the importance of centralizing student questions in an online class.
It’s finally here! The IDT Holiday Gift Guide.
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
The OLC Accelerate conference is coming up November 16th through 18th and they will be streaming sessions through each day on various fascinating topics and issues. Having gone to the conference in Orlando last year, I am excited to see what new discussions will be held. Looking through the schedule of sessions, it was difficult to decide which ones to attend, but here are some that made my list for this year.
Wichita State Online is providing Wichita State Faculty with free access to OLC Accelerate Virtual Sessions. Register now!
Recently we had a question about online syllabi and how they might differ from a syllabus that is designed for paper distribution. In early 2016, the Academic Affairs office distributed a new syllabus template that includes both required and suggested elements. You will notice that the syllabus template, as it stands, is intended to be modified and then distributed in paper form. If you would like to use this template to make an online version of your syllabus, consider making the following modifications: