Category Listings for "Faculty Resources"

I thought I was ready…

Thu, 23 May, 2013

For most faculty members, teaching online is not their first teaching assignment.  The norm it seems is that most faculty come from a traditional lecture style environment hoping to translate the same style to a blended or online environment.  Here are some common translations gone wrong...

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Blackboard Best Practices

Tue, 9 Apr, 2013     adabest practicesblackboardcopy and pastenew coursetechnology

Campbell University Online has compiled a list of best practices for traditional, blended, and online instructors using Blackboard including general considerations, ADA compliance, content, attendance, and participation considerations.

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Scanning Documents from your Smartphone

Wed, 6 Mar, 2013     androidblackberryhigher educationiphoneproductivityscanscannerscanningsmartphones

Part of what makes online learning great is that you can upload assignments from your Android, iPhone, or Blackberry smartphone.  All three of these devices have FREE scanning applications that you can download to your specific device and these applications will allow you to scan them and upload them to Blackboard or send through your email account.

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The Flipped Classroom

Tue, 26 Feb, 2013     21st centurybloom's taxonomycollegdistance educationflipflipped classroomhigher learningonlinetechnologytransmission

For so long, almost every college classroom has looked the same whether you were in Buies Creek, North Carolina, Cambridge, Massachusetts, or Columbus, Ohio.  These classrooms contained typical college students, desks or tables to sit at, and a professor who stood behind a podium and lectured to the class and almost certainly dominated the discussion, whether by design or not.  Let's flip this around...

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