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.
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.
Carolyn Speer and John Jones are in lovely downtown Minneapolis at the WCET conference. Listen in as they talk about their experience in the first two days, regulatory issues, the “word of the day” (spoiler alert, it’s “iteration”), and also share what keeps them up at night.
John Jones, Director of the Media Resources Center, joins the podcast to share information about changes coming to the wichita.edu website.
Did you know many general education courses, as well as higher level ones, have free text books available? Dr. Mark Schneegurt discusses his latest text.
Our newest Instructional Designer, Michael Cole, gets his first interview with Carolyn! Learn more about Michael and get updates on the latest in the IDT in this episode!
Carolyn sits down with the university’s Senior Educational Technologist, Jay Castor to discuss the LMS review. – Spoiler Alert! – They tell you how to get access to the “sandboxes” for all of the LMS instances that are being evaluated by the university LMS committee.
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?