Helping Faculty Manage Online Workload
Venue: Online Webcast
|Event Date/Time: Oct 18, 2010|
While teaching an online course can be exciting, the online teaching environment can require faculty to commit significantly more time than they would for a face-to-face class. Unless faculty are provided specific strategies that match their teaching and learning styles, they are in jeopardy of over-committing to the online teaching workload. This can lead to frustration and disillusionment with the potential of online education.
Join us online as we discuss strategies and best practices to help faculty manage their online teaching workload.
A TEAM APPROACH
You are encouraged to bring academic leaders, faculty development professionals, and staff members who can formulate a framework integrated with rich resources needed to help your faculty manage their online teaching workload.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Faculty who are looking to learn to develop others, faculty developers, and academic leaders will be able to identify and refine strategies, techniques, and resources that enable faculty to manage their workload in the online teaching and learning environment.