Tag Archives: online

Readiness Survey Tool for Online Students

The Student Readiness Assessment is a self-assessment for students considering taking an online course. The assessment is divided into four sections, each relevant to student success, and provides pointed and specific feedback for review. Students do not need their pirate credentials to log in, they can simply take the assessment and receive immediate feedback.

It’s beginning to look a lot Like… the End of the Semester!

As the end of the semester quickly approaches, it’s not too early to prepare your online courses for the spring semester! Here is a list of tips to help you end this semester and prepare for the next: Wrapping up this semester: Offer a non-graded, anonymous course survey (different from the institutional course evaluation– this… Continue Reading »

Instructional Design Newsletter – November 2014

Instructional Design Newsletter 2014 November http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/newsletter 2014 November | Instructional Design Newsletter (pdf) Online Learning Workshop Series This series steps participants through the major elements of the online course development process while highlighting tools and best practices. In addition, the new Quality Matters rubric and its implementation will be discussed. This series is perfect for… Continue Reading »

Student Tech Bytes – Online Video Editing

TLTC Student Tech Bytes | Online Video Editing Fall 2014 This session will cover the basics of video editing (adding an audio track, creating transitions between video clips, applying filters, and adding text elements) using free online video editing websites such as YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor/) and WeVideo (http://www.wevideo.com/).   Online Video Editors YouTube Editor… Continue Reading »

Online and Hybrid Learning Fundamentals

TLTC Summer Series – Step it Up with Technology | Online and Hybrid Learning Fundamentals May 28, 2014 To meet the needs of all learners, new modes of instruction need to be explored. Online and hybrid learning are two modes of instruction that are hot topics in teaching and learning but the transition from face-to-face… Continue Reading »