Looking for a way for students to interact asynchronously using a communication platform used by the advertising industry, I decided to try Slack…
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.
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
There is nothing our team loves more than working with instructors to develop online courses for Wichita State University. Last year, I had the opportunity to work with Leigh Jackson, a lecturer and instructor for the History department. I sat down with Leigh to talk about her experiences teaching online and working with our team:
Audiences are egocentric, according to Stephen Lucas, author of The Art of Public Speaking used in the Comm 111 classes here at WSU. When people listen to speeches, they want to know what’s in it for them. Our students are our audiences, so it should be no surprise if they enroll in our courses asking themselves, “What’s in it for me?”