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If you didn’t get a chance to attend our Online & Blended Summer Course Development Bootcamp, we have you covered! Links to all materials can be found below. View them online or download them for later.
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Are you teaching an online or blended course this SUMMER? Whether you are tuning up an old course or working out the details of a new one, COBL’s Online & Blended Summer Session Course Development Bootcamp will introduce several tools and techniques to help you become a more effective facilitator.
Each info session is immediately followed by an OPEN LAB with experienced Instructional Designers on hand to answer questions about managing an online classroom. Come to one, come to all, or just drop in during an open lab to talk to an instructional designer about your course.
Monday 10a – 12p Course Preparation Workshop
Tuesday 2p – 4p Building an Effective Syllabus
Wednesday 2p – 4p Course Prep Workshop
Thursday 10a – 1p Emerging Technologies
Location: Olscamp Hall Room 207 (computer lab)
For session descriptions and to register, visit http://cobl.bgsu.edu/bootcamp.php or call the COBL office at 419-372-6792.
The Center for Online and Blended Learning (COBL) is pleased to present an “Applying the Quality Matters Rubric” workshop for faculty on Tuesday, March 6th. Quality Matters is a faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify quality in online courses. Quality Matters has generated widespread interest and has become a national standard in its peer-based approach to quality assurance and continuous improvement in online education.
This all day training session is provided at no cost for BGSU faculty. Faculty who complete the training can opt to take a certification exam to become a national Quality Matters online course reviewer. This is a great opportunity for professional development and for networking with peers who share an interest in teaching online!
For more information, contact COBL at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-372-6792.