The Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation (CTEI) has provided a page for Rush faculty to visit often during National Distance Learning Week that highlight innovative teaching and learning methods for online and distance learning.
On your first stop to learning more, visit the United States Distance and Learning Association’s website for free webinars and resources. Then, find out information on an opportunity where you can showcase and share your innovative and excellent teaching methods at the TCC Worldwide Online Conference in 2023.
When it comes to teaching online, you don’t have to do it alone!
United States Distance Learning Association
The USDLA Presents the 2022 “National Distance Learning Week” (NDLW) – 15th Anniversary Edition
USDLA will offer 2 sessions per day, the first at 1PM EST and the second at 3PM EST.
They will be using the Eduvision platform for the webinars and ALL SESSIONS ARE FREE to everyone! To register for a session, please click here.
NOTE: Once you register for one session you will have access to the platform and all the other sessions (no need to register for each).
USDLA Distance/Online Information
For links to information on distance learning enrollment, distance learning technology reports, education transformation and innovation, benchmark reports, and distance learning/online/e-Learning effectiveness visit the USDLA Distance/Online Information page.
Do you have an innovative teaching method you would like to present to others?
Consider the TCC Worldwide Online Conference. Details below.
TCC Worldwide Online Conference
April 18-20, 2023
What Lies Ahead?
~ Quality, Engagement, and Student Voices in Online Learning ~
Submission deadline: Wednesday, December 27, 2022
Submission form: http://bit.ly/tcchawaii23
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Educators quickly responded to challenges related to the ongoing pandemic. What have we learned? What do students say? Have their voices been heard? What trends and issues emerged, especially for quality online and blended learning? What will happen as we continue going forward?
TCC Hawaii invites faculty, support professionals, librarians, counselors, student affairs professionals, graduate students, administrators, and consultants interested in learning technologies and evolving practices to submit proposals for online presentations.
The TCC 2023 Online Conference invites proposals for presentations and papers related to current and innovative technology tools that facilitate learning in today’s educational environments.
Conference coordinators are interested in the ongoing transformation of online instruction in response to Covid-19, what we have learned, and what post-pandemic innovations will ensure quality and transform learning in the years ahead.
The coordinators are also interested in continuing to build a sense of community among colleagues. We encourage other engaging formats such as panel presentations, interactive workshops, technology tool demos, convening special interest groups or otherwise encouraging in-depth discussions about relevant topics.
FULL DETAILS & SUGGESTED TOPICS
Participation in this event is entirely online. All sessions are streamed in real-time and sessions recorded for later viewing. For your info, recordings from TCC 2022 are viewable (no sign-in needed):
Contact Bert Kimura (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Curtis Ho (email@example.com).
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