2021 MSVCC PD Book
Booklet contains all PD offerings for 2021 hosted by the MSVCC Academy.
Division of eLearning and Instructional Technology
T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Mission and Vision ..................................... 0 3 MSVCC and MCCB. ................................ 0 4 Professional Development ..................... 0 5 How to Enroll ............................. . ............. 0 7 CEU Information ............................ . ........ 0 9 Meet the Team ................................. . ........ 1 2 Course s ......................................... .... ......... 16 Webinars ........ .............................. ...... ...... 20 Roundtables ................ .......... .................... 32
The mission of the Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC) is to provide educational opportunities to constituencies who live within the various community and junior college districts in Mississippi and to others beyond those boundaries. The mission includes providing access to instructional offerings through advanced technologies for those individuals who currently cannot take advantage of the offerings of the community and junior college through traditional means and to those individuals who are seeking alternative educational delivery systems. MSVCC GOALS • Promote opportunities for student achievement. • Provide an innovative, high-quality learning experience. • Deliver exemplary administrative, instructional, and student support services. • Initiate opportunities for growth and extended education outreach.
MSVCC AND THE MCCB Through collaborative partnership with members of the community colleges, the Division of eLearning & Instructional Technology provides services, support, and resources to participating colleges and their respective educators and administrators in alignment with the vision, mission, and core values of the MCCB. DIVISION GOALS • Leverage exemplary instructional practices for the creation and support of online course development and delivery. • Enhance and expand innovative teaching and learning practices by providing meaningful opportunities for training and skill-building. • Advance operational effectiveness of eLearning systems and applications by providing support, training, and technical assistance • Utilize social media and digital tools to promote and build awareness of Division supported programs, functions, and services. • Develop new and strengthen existing partnerships to meet the needs of the community college system. • Work collaboratively to enhance and support online learning initiatives and partnerships.
The changing landscape of technology and use of digitally enhanced learning has made access to affordable professional development a necessary component for educators. Effective professional development enables educators to develop the knowledge and skills needed to address not only technology concerns but also student learning challenges. The MSVCC Academy provides quality professional development services which enables the community colleges to support a high volume of instructors. To accommodate the various needs of the consortium, the MSVCC contracts with facilitators and course developers to offer courses and webinars in a variety of formats including both day and evening, online, face-to-face, synchronous, asynchronous, self- paced, and at various conferences and workshops throughout the year.
CONTACT If you have questions regarding MSVCC Academy Professional Development, contact our Professional Development Specialist Dr. Arianna Stokes via:
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"I found the course to be very interesting and I learned more than expected." COURSE D I GG I NG D E E P E R
WEBINAR GEN Z
"The best aspects were that she not only taught us about the Slides, but also walked us through how to use it. It was very helpful. Nothing could be done to improve this training in my opinion." WEBINAR S L I D E S GO 2 . 0
"This webinar made me think about how I've designed courses and why I would want to continue to revise them."
FROM OUR PARTICIPANTS R EA L S TOR I E S
"I have been using Canvas for some time now, the course explained tools that I had not understood until now, and showed how a well-organized Canvas course should look. I benefited greatly." GROWI NG WI T H CANVAS COURSE
"I like learning how to make my courses more user-friendly for all my students." WEBINAR COURS E D E S I GN FOR ADA COMP L I ANC E
WEBINAR CANVAS 1 0 1
"The presenter was very respectful, knowledgeable, and patient. I enjoyed this webinar and will be participating in others."
HOW TO ENROLL
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“I would like to thank the facilitator for the feedback provided throughout the course! It was very nice to feel like there was interaction even though this is web- based learning. I appreciate it very much! I am excited to use the studio option for video files in the future.” TESTIMONIAL
Digging Deeper with Designing and Teaching
The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized measure of participation in an approved non-credit continuing education program. One Continuing Education Unit (1.0) is defined as ten (10) contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU) Pearl River Community College transcripts the CEUs for approved professional development hosted by the MSVCC Academy. In order to obtain 1.6 CEU credit for courses offered by the MSVCC Academy, participants will need to complete the following steps: Application for CEU Credit 1. Complete the appropriate Transcript Application for CEU Credit in it's entirety. 2. Make a $40 check or money order payable to Pearl River Community College. This fee is required for each course completed. 3. Download and print your Certificate of Completion for the completed course (instructions found within course module). 4. Mail the completed application, certificate of completion, and payment to:
Pearl River Community College ATTN: Cindy Wells - MSVCC Academy CEU
101 Hwy 11 N P.O. Box 5675 Poplarville, MS 39470
If you have any questions about the Transcript Application for CEU Credit, contact Cindy Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or 601-403-1374.
"The best aspect of this webinar was the trainer's ability to demonstrate the use of tools." WEBINAR ENGAG I NG S T UD ENT S US I NG BU I L T - I N CANVAS TOOL S
"This course will help me be more effective with teaching online." COURSE D I GG I NG D E E P E R
NEW CANVAS GRAD E BOOK
"I liked the mixture of being able to see what the trainer was doing on her computer as I was clicking through on my own computer." WEBINAR
FROM OUR PARTICIPANTS R EA L S TOR I E S "I enjoyed this webinar. I was able to learn the material at a time that was convenient for me. Thank you for uploading the video so it could be viewed at a convenient time." WEBINAR S P E E D GRAD E R
GROWI NG WI T H CANVAS
"I like the way it was paced. The course clearly stated the objectives and what was required. I have never used Canvas as an instructor and this course provided me with almost everything I need to fill that role."
"Knowledge of the trainer was phenomenal!" WEBINAR D E S I GN I NG FOR ENGAGEMENT : CR EAT I NG I NFOGRAPH I CS
"I appreciated the visual walk-through for constructing and editing items to be added to Canvas from Canva. I use Canva, but have never thought about using it in this manner yet. Great presentation!"
Multimedia Embedding Webinar
MCCB's Division of eLearning and Instructional technology works to provide resources to Mississippi's consortium of 15 community colleges and selected partners. The team offers administrative support, instructional design assistance, and professional development opportunities.
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Working closely with the colleges, Dr. LeBrun and her staff offer a comprehensive suite of integrated services including instructional design, professional development, technical support, coordination of system-wide strategic initiatives, and management of vendor partnerships. Dr. LeBrun has focused most of her career on producing quality, accessible education, regardless of location and her research interests center on retention and success in digital learning environments. KLEBRUN@MCCB.EDU
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST Dr. Stokes manages the resources and activities of the MSVCC Academy. In this role, she develops, delivers, and monitors training related to eLearning and instructional technology. She supports the consortiumwith professional development opportunities through marketing, facilitation, and assessment. Arianna focuses her efforts on instructional technology, free digital resources, and content accessibility, assisting the MCCB and community colleges through innovative learning activities and the pursuance of data-driven decisions to inform Best Practices.
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN SPECIALIST
Dr. Wilhite serves as the MSVCC Technology liaison. In this role, she designs and develops resources and materials on instructional design best practices and tools to enhance the instructional design efforts of the agency and community colleges. She supports the consortiumwith instructional design services, support, and training and serves as an MSVCC technology liaison with vendors. Professionally, Christa is focused on integrating technology into instructional practices to create learning experiences that are cohesive across modes of delivery.
The MSVCC Academy offers a variety of courses. Our professional development courses explore topics that are relevant to both online and face-to-face instruction. COURSES 9
We have a diverse team of professional development trainers. Each with a background in education, our trainers are innovative and dedicated to helping participants excel. TRAINERS 6
The state of Mississippi has 82 counties. With the support of our institutions, we are able to provide professional development services throughout the Magnolia State. COUNTIES 82
Webinars are offered via the MSVCC Academy via Live Session and On- Demand Recordings to meet the needs of our audience. We offer a broad range of topics in 30 minute or 1 hour sessions. WEBINARS 50+
The MSVCC Academy supports a consoritum of 15 community colleges, and has expanded offerings to reach educators in various sectors. COLLEGES 1 5
Our audience continues to grow. We have provided over 1,700 participants with professional development training. USERS 1 , 700
"I have been using Canvas for some time now, the course explained tools that I had not understood until now, and showed how a well-organized Canvas course should look. I benefited greatly." TESTIMONIAL
Growing with Canvas
COURSES The Division of eLearning and Instructional Technology provides quality professional development services that enable the community colleges to support a high volume of instructors. Courses are designed to help teachers learn how to use Canvas effectively in various learning environments. The courses offered explore the basics of Canvas, the fundamentals of course design, and the principles of quality online teaching. Instructors also provide a variety of instructional methods to assist in instructor preparation. 16
GROWING WITH CANVAS
MSVCC ENROLLMENT TOOL The MSVCC Enrollment Tool course is designed to inform participants about the MSVCC and the various tasks that instructors complete in the Enrollment Tool. This course is intended for potential or current MSVCC instructors. Participants in this course will review content pages, watch videos, review guides, and complete quizzes to learn about the MSVCC Enrollment Tool. This course is estimated to take 1 hour to complete. TURNITIN - BUILDING A CULTURE OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITY The Building a Culture of Academic Integrity course is designed to inform participants about the importance of academic integrity and the factors that contribute to academic dishonesty. This course is intended for instructors of all modalities. Participants in this course will review content pages, watch videos, and complete the quiz to learn about Academic Integrity. This course is estimated to take 45 minutes to complete.
Growing with Canvas is an on-line professional development course designed to help teachers learn how to use Canvas effectively in brick and mortar classrooms AND on-line learning environments. The course uses a combination of the Canvas Video Guides and Canvas Guides to teach the content. The course progresses through 4 modules that cover the following topics: navigating Canvas, Canvas communication tools, customizing your course, designing your course, creating content and assessments, using SpeedGrader, and copying your course. Participants in the course will try out a number of the concepts through the practice activities. NOTE: Participants will be required to build a sandbox course. DIGGING DEEPER WITH DESIGNING AND TEACHING Digging Deeper is an on-line professional development course designed to teach instructors how to create sound objectives and outcomes, and how to align them to assessments using Canvas Rubrics and Outcomes. This course will teach best practices, learning styles, engagement strategies, and pedagogy for facilitating on- line instruction. Instructors will also learn about external and research-based tools that can be utilized in on-line instruction. NOTE: Participants will be required to use the sandbox course built through Growing with Canvas.
TURNITIN’S CANVAS PLAGIARISM FRAMEWORK The Turnitin Canvas Plagiarism Framework course is designed to inform participants how to use Turnitin's Canvas Plagiarism Framework integration with your Canvas assignments. This course is intended for instructors who would like to learn how to use Turnitin's Canvas Plagiarism Framework. Participants in this course will review content pages, watch videos, and complete the quiz to learn about Turnitin's Canvas Plagiarism Framework. This course is estimated to take 45 minutes to complete.
How do you stay up-to-date on emerging trends in eLearning? I stay up-to-date on emerging trends in eLearning by reading current literature, attending virtual conferences and workshops, and getting ideas from our Mississippi eLearning Association group. What are some ways that instructors can manage professional development and instructional obligations? Instructors can manage their professional development and instructional obligations by taking online courses. There are many free courses available on a wide variety of topics. The Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy is my first go-to for professional development.
ALICIA BEASLEY East Central Community College Director of eLearning National Park, Australia Zoo, the beaches, the jungles. Can I just go to Australia now? Where is your ultimate vacation destination, and what would you do there? My ultimate vacation destination is Australia. Oh! the many reasons to visit – the Great Barrier Reef, Karijini
Understanding the need for increased access to professional development, the Division of eLearning and Instructional Technology created webinars to provide K20+ faculty and staff with resources on- demand. The webinars hosted through the division are developed from a range of topics including eLearning Tools, Instructional Methods, and Canvas LMS navigation. These resources are offered live and on-demand to accommodate the various needs of participants. 20
WEBINARS IMOVIE CINEMA
iMovie Cinema is designed to teach participants about the iMovie video editing application for iOS capable devices. The webinar includes a live demonstration where the facilitator will show how iMovie can be used to create engaging course videos. END OF SEMESTER TIPS AND TRICKS End of Semester Tips and Tricks is designed to provide participants with information about managing course content with the end of the semester in mind and preparing course items for the upcoming semester. LEARNING OUTCOMES AND MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES Learning Outcomes & Measurable Objectives is curated with instructors in mind. The goal of this webinar is to assist instructors in enhancing their understanding and usage of learning outcomes and measurable objectives. The webinar allows p articipants an opportunity to develop outcomes and objectives and discuss best practices for application in the classroom. ACCESSIBLE CONTENT: VIDEO Accessible Content: Video is designed to inform users about the Best Practices for creating accessible video content using Canvas Studio. Canvas Studio is a media tool that allows students and instructors to upload, create, edit, manage, share, and discuss audio and video files. This webinar include s a live demonstration.
What ignited your interest in education? I started “teaching” my baby dolls when I was old enough to talk, so my interest in education began early! I have been passionate about educating ever since, and I have had some awesome opportunities to serve the community college system in Mississippi. What is the best advice you can give to someone who is teaching online for the first time? My best advice to someone teaching online for the first time is to begin simple. Meet the basic standards for your institution and create a plan for what you will add over time. Typically, it will take three to four semesters before you feel like your content is where it needs to be. Map out your first four semesters with goals for improvement of your online content, and change your goals if needed as you receive student feedback.
CHRISTINE DAVIS Pearl River Community College Instructional Design Coordinator My favorite vacation destination is any nice, warm beach with clear blue water. It really doesn’t matter which beach as long my family is with me. My two little ones love to play in the sand, splash in the waves, and find seashells. Where is your ultimate vacation destination, and what would you do there?
ACTIVE VIDEO THROUGH CANVAS STUDIO Active Video Through Canvas Studio showcases Canvas Studio (formerly known as ARC). Canvas Studio is a communication tool that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video and audio media. BRANDCHELLA Brandchella demonstrates how to brand a canvas course by utilizing free resources like Canva and Flaticon. Included in this webinar is a live demonstration for creating course banners, adding buttons, and using icons. CANVA DESIGN TOOL Canva Design Tool demonstrates how to create professional graphics using Canva (not related to Canvas) with thousands of pre-created layouts, fonts, images, etc. This tool can help you create an attractive home page for your course, presentations, certificates, business cards, flyers, and so much more. The simple drag-and-drop interface makes it so easy that anyone can use it! inform participants of the logic behind resilient design practices, provide a demonstration of the design process, and share tools to help promote resilient instruction in course sites. CANVAS 101 Canvas 101 is designed to inform participants about the basic features and functionalities of Canvas in an effort to prepare instructors for course design and delivery. CANVAS BLUEPRINTS Canvas Blueprints demonstrates how to use Canvas Blueprint courses. Canvas Blueprint courses makes it easy for administrators or designers to deploy, update, and maintain course design templates or components across any number of courses or instructors. Blueprint courses allow Canvas admins to create content and learning objects, lock specific settings or content items, and push updates to all associated courses through course syncing associations. CANVAS HOME PAGE DESIGN Canvas Home Page Design demonstrates how to link important content, add banners/buttons, use downloaded fonts to aid in navigation, and brand courses to make them meaningful and inviting. The Home Page can be welcoming and provide students with a sense of direction within a course.
What is your favorite Canvas feature, and why? One of my favorite Canvas features is Module Prerequisites and Requirements because it guides the learner to view the content in a sequential manner that makes sense. So often we see students poke around a course and get lost or go straight to the graded assignments and miss the teaching content. By using requirements and prerequisites, you keep students where you want them to be to get the most benefit from the course. What are some of the most important skills for an eLearning instructor to have? I think the most important skill for fully online instructors to have is a thorough knowledge of Canvas. The goal of an online instructor should be to create an environment that mimics the face-to-face classroom experience as much as possible. If the teacher knows how to use Canvas and the tools that integrate with it well, the student experience will be optimal. Where is your ultimate vacation destination, and what would you do there? I'd love to visit Morocco. I love the narrow streets, colorful pottery, handmade textiles, and leather goods. I also consider
myself a "foodie" and would love to explore the cuisine from this region.
KIMBERLY ELLIS Instructure Instructional Designer
CANVAS RUBRICS Canvas Rubrics demonstrates to participants how to create rubrics in canvas and apply UDL checkpoints when creating assessments and providing feedback to students. CODING WITH CANVAS Coding with Canvas introduces the basics of HTML coding. HTML, or hypertext markup language, is a form of code that is used to structure web pages and web- based content. The webinar will discuss the use of HTML to structure paragraphs, lists, images, and tables in canvas. COURSE DESIGN FOR ADA COMPLIANCE Course Design for ADA Compliance introduces the ADA standards applied to commercial and public entities that have “places of public accommodation” which include the Internet. It is important for educators to create content and resources that are accessible to every learner. Participants will share ideas and issues related to ADA compliance. COURSE PAGE CONSTRUCTION: ACCESSIBILITY BASICS Course Page Construction: Accessibility Basics demonstrates how to develop structured course page content that is accessible for all users. Accessibility determines how and if users receive content that is created. This webinar covers imperative accessibility features like alternative text, color contrast, closed captions, and video transcripts. A live demonstration is included. COURSE PAGE CONSTRUCTION: BANNER BASICS Course Page Construction: Banner Basics demonstrates how to develop course page banners using the free Canva app. Banners are essential to course construction due to their ability to provide meaning, depth, and visual appeal to the subject matter. This webinar includes a live demonstration on banner construction and embedding. COURSE PAGE CONSTRUCTION: RCE BASICS Course Page Construction: RCE Basics introduces the creation of course content using the Rich Content Editor. It is designed to demonstrate how to develop structured course page content using default features in the RCE (Rich Content Editor). The webinar includes identification of RCE elements, the process of inserting visual elements for organization, and the construction of a course page. Tips and best practices for content structure are discussed. This webinar includes a live demonstration. 25
Describe the benefits of taking Growing with Canvas or Digging Deeper with Designing and Teaching. In order to be the best instructor you can be, learn everything you can on how to present the material in a fun way, but a skilled way. By taking these courses you are benefiting both yourself and your students.
Describe your favorite project involving instructional technology. I enjoy projects that involve creating something that enhances an activity that aligns with objectives. A tool that I use for these activities is called Jing. Jing is a free program that can be used either by instructors or students to provide verbal feedback or reflections on writing tasks. Where is your ultimate vacation destination, and what would you do there?
PHYLLIS JOHNSON Northwest MS Community College Dean of eLearning I would go to Hawaii and swim in the blue ocean waters or even snorkel to see what beautiful things God made on that side of the earth.
DESIGNING FOR ENGAGEMENT: CREATING INFOGRAPHICS Designing for Engagement: Creating Info-graphics demonstrates the functionality of info-graphics, which can be used as engaging visual aids. Info-graphics are clear and effective tools used to showcase data or important information without losing the viewer's attention. This webinar includes a live demonstration using FREE resources to create an info-graphic. DESIGNING FOR ENGAGEMENT USING SLIDESGO Designing for Engagement Using Slides Go informs participants about the Best Practices for creating visually engaging presentations for all learning modalities for the MSVCC. Slides Go is a free presentation resource that allows users to download customizable templates, edit content, and personalize visual aids. This webinar includes a live demonstration. DIGGING FOR DATA Digging for Data demonstrates how instructors can harness the power of Canvas Analytics to help save students and increase retention and success. Canvas analytics allows instructors to collect and analyzes the “digital breadcrumbs” that students leave as they interact with a LMS and course material. ELIMINATING BOREDOM Eliminating Boredom introduces participants to free on-line tools that can engage students in the areas of feedback, gaming, creative tools, interactive and collaboration tools, and simulations. ENGAGING STUDENTS USING BUILT-IN CANVAS TOOLS Engaging Students Using Built-In Canvas Tools illustrates Canvas tools that can be used to increase student interaction and engagement. Participants can learn tips for using tools they are already familiar with to boost interactivity. FILMS ON DEMAND Films on Demand provides faculty with an overview of the Films on Demand database, guidance for accessing Films on Demand, and instructions on embedding Films on Demand video content into Canvas courses. GENERATION Z: A PROFILE OF TODAY’S STUDENTS Generation Z: A Profile of Today's Students informs participants about a new generation of students (Generation Z) born after 1995, who are entering high school or arriving on college campuses. The discussion includes what makes them unique and some of the best ways to motivate them.
GOOGLE INTEGRATION Google Integration demonstrates ways to integrate Google into instruction using the Canvas LMS. The live demonstration includes instructions for embedding Google Drive files, creating assignment templates, using Google Slides, and facilitating collaboration among students through Docs, Sheets, and Slides. iMOVIE CINEMA iMovie Cinema showcases the FREE iMovie App. iMovie is a video editing application for iOS capable devices. During this webinar, the facilitator demonstrates how iMovie can be used to create engaging course videos. NEW CANVAS GRADEBOOK New Canvas Grade-book introduces the New Canvas Grade-book and how it helps instructors easily view and enter grades for students. The webinar live- demonstration includes locating grade-book tools and functionality controls. NEW CANVAS QUIZZESS New Canvas Quizzes introduces New Quizzes, the new assessment engine built to meet the assessment needs in classrooms today and in the future. In this webinar, participants learn what New Quizzes are, how to create a New Quiz, how to utilize the new question types, and how to manage New Quizzes. New Quizzes in Canvas offer instructors additional avenues to assess learning. PERSONALIZED LEARNING USING MASTERY PATHS Personalized Learning Using Mastery Paths demonstrates how instructors can customize learning experiences for students. This session introduces participants to the capabilities and use cases of Mastery Paths. Participants explore ways that Mastery Paths can be used to differentiate assignments or provide choices for students. PRE-SEMESTER TIPS AND TRICKS Pre-Semester Tips and Tricks introduces participants to helpful tips and tricks in preparation for the semester. Course curation and course management are discussed. PRESENTING WITH PEAR DECK Presenting with Pear Deck provides instructors with live training on the Pear Deck Google Add-On for Google Slides. Pear Deck is an interactive presentation tool used to actively engage students in individual and social learning. Using this tool can promote increased social presence and engagement in classes.
What are some creative ways to assess students in a remote learning environment? I love video essays and projects for student assessment. Canvas Studio and FlipGrid are two options that can help assess mastery of content by having students recite, explain, outline, or demonstrate a skill or standard in a recorded video format. This option also helps promote equity as students can choose when and where to record their assessment. Who do you think can benefit from MSVCC Academy training and how? Any person looking to build capacity in regard to technology can benefit from MSVCC Academy training. I've seen great success with both new and seasoned educators from all ends of the spectrum (K-12 through higher education). Where is your ultimate vacation destination, and what would you do there? I would love to spend two weeks
MARIE ROBERTS Lauderdale County School District District Instructional Technologist visiting the most iconic sites of WWII across Europe - Normandy, Belgium, Amsterdam, Berlin, etc. - I'm a history nerd at heart and have the utmost respect for our servicemen and women who sacrificed so much.
RCE BASICS RCE Basics is an introduction to the creation of course content using the New Rich Content Editor. It demonstrates how to develop structured course page content using default features in the RCE (Rich Content Editor). This training includes identifying RCE elements, the process of inserting visual elements for organization, and the construction of a course page. Tips and best practices for content structure are discussed. This webinar includes a live demonstration. RESILIENT COURSE DESIGN Resilient Course Design informs participants of the logic behind resilient design practices. The session includes a demonstration of the design process and showcases tools to help promote resilient instruction in course sites. SLIDES GO 2.0 Slides GO 2.0 introduces participants to a free resource for creating visually engaging presentations and info-graphics for all learning modalities. Slides Go is a free presentation resource that allows users to download customizable templates, edit content, and personalize visual aids. SPEED GRADER Speed Grader demonstrates how instructors can use the Canvas Grade-book and Speed-grader. Participants can learn how to give student feedback through Speed- grader and grade assignments through the use of rubrics. THE CANVAS APP The Canvas App is an introduction to the Canvas App for teachers. This webinar demonstrates how to download the Canvas App for iOS and Android and shows methods for Canvas Course management from the app. USING CANVAS TOOLS TO INTEGRATE AUDIO & VIDEO INTO LESSONS Using Canvas Tools to Integrate Audio and Video into Lessons provides participants with a demonstration and detailed instructions for embedding audio and video into courses using the built-in features of Canvas.
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ACCESSIBILITY Accessibility is a virtual round-table discussion featuring special guests that are experts on accessibility issues, Accessibility Round-table is specifically designed for those in education who want to meet informally and discuss accessible education. The webinar facilitates discussion and peer-to-peer learning about legalities, accessible design, and accommodations. SOS: DIGITALLY DISTRESSED SOS: Digitally Distressed is a virtual round-table discussion featuring special guests that are experts in their field or subject matter. This session focuses on how teachers can navigate successfully in the classroom post-pandemic. This round-table webinar will explore semester preparation tactics, useful tips and tricks, and novice-friendly apps that teachers can use. whether through personal or professional experience. The
TEACHING WORKFORCE ONLINE: WHAT HAS COVID TAUGHT US? Teaching Workforce Online: What has Covid Taught Us is a virtual round-table discussion featuring special guests who are experts in Workforce education and have experienced teaching during a global pandemic. The session focuses on the creative ways institutions have adapted and what changes will be long lasting as hybrid and remote learning become the “new norm”. This round-table webinar will explore curriculum changes, pedagogical approaches, and implications for student success in virtual workforce environments.
PUBLISHED FALL 2021
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