Category Listings for "Faculty Resources"

MOOC?

Thu, 31 May, 2012    continuing educationcourse designfaculty

What is a MOOC? MOOC is short for Massive Open Online Course. MOOCs allow you to attend a (typically) 'not for credit' course on just about any subject in an online environment.

Why should you care? MOOCs can provide another method for instructors to keep current in their respective fields or just another way to learn something new.

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Course Design Brainstorm Session 1

Fri, 18 May, 2012    brainstormingcourse designengagementredesign

This is the first of several Course Design Brainstorming Sessions from the Distance Education Department.  Perhaps it will spark some new ideas for your course.

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THE CHRONICLE on Turnitin’s GradeMark Feature

Wed, 16 May, 2012    assignmentsblackboardgrademarktime saverturnitinwriting

I found a very interesting article on THE CHRONICLE Blog regarding Turnitin's GradeMark feature. Migrating to accepting papers electronically can be difficult for some faculty members but it saves the time and hassle of collecting paper copies, keeping up with paper copies, distributing paper copies, finding email submissions, downloading email submissions, marking up email submission or paper submissions, and returning the email submissions.

Campbell has integrated Turnitin with your Blackboard course so there is no need for additional log in credentials.

Article Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/paperless-gr

Katherine Spradley
Director of Distance Education
Campbell University

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Course Design with iPad Apps: The DE Top 3

Tue, 15 May, 2012    appcourse designengagementipad

Are you looking for ways to use your iPad to improve your course design?

Distance Education composed their top 3 iPad Apps for improving course design. Many online and blended courses are missing a key element: Student - Instructor interaction. Most instructors provide plenty of Student - Content (i.e. PowerPoint, Notes, Links) interaction and many instructors cover the Student - Student interaction (i.e. Discussions, Groups). The Student - Instructor interaction seems to be the most difficult relationship to establish in an asynchronous environment. These 3 apps will provide you additional tools to increase that interaction and help engage your students.

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