Author Archives: Office of Open Learning

It seems there are a flood of blog posts and articles about how to quickly take your course online right now. These often have a listicle feel – listing out the top 3 things or top 5 things you can do to take your course online in a pinch. They…

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My first oliah blog post had to do with prioritizing the establishment of clear lines of communications with students when you are trying to create online learning in a hurry. Once you have that out of the way I think the next step is still not the development of instructional content. I say the…

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What is One Concrete Way to Show Care to My Students? An Introductory Video and Statement Sample Introduction Video Suggestions Brief yet personal introduction. Tap into your personal strengths, your educational background and your personality. Express care about your students well being. Care should be shown in content, assignments and course development. In addition address online…

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The transition from a face-to-face classroom to a virtual environment can be filled with many uncertainties and new teaching experiences. How will the content be delivered? Will you be teaching through recorded videos? If so, take a deep breath and consider these five practical and technical elements when creating online…

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Education is changing! The center of learning has shifted from a passive one-way communication towards an active and equitable practice. After years of being the second option, online learning is in the spotlight. The shift to virtual spaces has highlighted many possibilities that suit the interests of a new generation of learners.…

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