Objective: To support and advise faculty in the development and delivery of quality instruction through effective and innovative use of a range of established and emerging educational technologies in face to face, blended and online courses.
How people learn. 2 main fields of learning theory: behaviorist and cognitivist
Andragogy, Need to know, Relevance, Experience, Motivation, Just in time
Technology Proficiency and Confidence
1:1 Consultation, selection of appropriate technology tools, encourage self sufficiency and independence
Learning Communities/User's Groups, Highlight early adopters, Model effective and innovative uses of technology, Faculty network within and across disciplines
Workshops, online, synchronous, asynchronous, hands-on lab based, Brownbag luncheons
online resources, tutorials, print, screencasts, knowledge base, FAQ, documentation
How best to design instruction so that learning will take place. Draws from learning theory. 2 main fields: directed instruction (drawn from behaviorist learning theory) and constructivist (drawn from cognitivist learning theory).
course design, course design face to face workshops, asynchronous course on course design process, course design handbook, 1:1 consultation, online course quality standards
transition strategy, Policies, Online attendance/participation, Online assessment, Copyright, Processes, Course management, create/update/delete, Enrollment management, Course design, Resources, web based, LMS training schedule, Train the trainer program, Faculty Resource Center, Implemenation considerations, template design, User roles, Student support, Online Learning Readiness Survey
online faculty development, Online Teaching Readiness Survey, Peer mentorship, Course design support and resources