About Teaching and Learning Webinar Series
Throughout the academic year, the Office of Online Education offers monthly, hour-long, lunchtime webinars for faculty on essential topics of innovative teaching (in-person and online). These fully-online webinars are facilitated by the Office of Online Education staff and each features a presentation by a faculty co-host with expertise on the topic. Each webinar consists of three parts: the pedagogical “Why”, the practical “How”, and the faculty experience. Faculty share their experience and expertise on innovative teaching and learning and best practices in pedagogy to support our students. Attendees have time during the Q&A at the end of each webinar to comment, share their views, and to ask questions of all webinar presenters.
These hour-long webinars are conveniently delivered online, and are easily accessed from the desktop, phone, or tablet. If you are interested but unable to attend a live webinar on that day and time, you can register to request a replay. A detailed written summary, a recording of the webinar, and the webinar presentation slide deck are shared with webinar registrants.
Some of the webinar topics in our series have included evidence-based practices, student-centered teaching and course design, use of tests and quizzes, effective feedback and assessment, accessibility and universal design for learning, and many more. If there is a topic that you think might be of interest to you or your colleagues, or if you are interested in nominating a colleague or yourself as a faculty co-host/presenter, do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org