Online Learning

In this session, Megan went over some best practices for module organization as well as how to set up a homepage.

Learn strategies for locating primary sources online, and get the basics on resources that can make it easier to find relevant materials for your teaching. PDF Handout  

Join your colleagues and reps from USNH Academic Technology to talk about exciting ways to share curriculum across sections and courses. Explore the possibilities for interdisciplinarity and collaboration, and think […]

Whether you teach face to face in person, virtually synchronous, or asynchronously, your students will interact with your course digitally. Prompted by PSU student feedback, this session for faculty discusses […]

In this session Kayla Gaudette previews the systems such as Moodle, Sharepoint, and Teams site that support her hy-flex course design and then facilitates an activity all in the same […]

While online learning often gets framed as less social than f2f sessions, the internet actually offers possibilities for building connections among learners and across student/faculty boundaries. This session explores how […]

A presentation by Jason Neenos for those who are getting started with Canvas this spring during the pilot, or who will be converting with the major PSU adoption in Summer/Fall […]

Through collaboration, low stakes/entry digital tools, and active learning exercises there are many ways to transform f2f assignments into online assignments. Using small adjustments this presentation will focus on strategies […]

Jason Neenos (Teaching & Learning Technologies) and Melissa Christensen (Director of Instiutional Effectiveness) present this workshop on how to create clear, effective, and engaging courses using the Learning Management System […]

Lots of faculty are trying new things in their teaching as we navigate COVID. From using Zoom more, to teaching online and f2f students simultaneously, to developing ways to connect with asynchronous […]

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