Have to teach an online course that someone else built? If it’s well designed, the transition should be seamless. If it’s lousy, you’re in for a long haul.
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.
One of the best things about our Instructional Design and Technology team here at Wichita State is our variety of interests. Each of us brings a different educational and professional background to our creative environment. In our opinion, this variety opens the door to exciting and creative opportunities for online education. Like us, we want
Yesterday, I was lucky to meet the new Graduate Teaching Assistants for the 2015-2016 school year in the English Department. For many of them, next week will be their first experience at the head of a classroom. Teaching for the very first time can be intimidating. Luckily, advancements in technology can help you make that transition more comfortable
Teaching online can be a scary transition for traditional lecturers and instructors. Many fear that an online student’s engagement and retention of information will not measure up to their on-campus peers. Luckily, WSU’s Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS) provides quite a few tools to ensure that your online students receive the high-quality education you are