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Get a new perspective on online teaching at the DART Online Summer Showcase

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Join us August 6 and 7 as faculty members unveil how they have reimagined their online classes. The Summer 2014 Showcase is the culmination of hard work this summer in our Design, Align, Refine, and Teach (DART) Online program. This showcase is also a great opportunity for you to find inspiration for your own teaching! Come for some or all of the presentations, which will be held at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT), 301 South Main Street. No registration is necessary.

DART Online is an intensive, semester-long workshop for faculty interested in designing and teaching high-quality online courses. It is taught in a blended format, with about 75 percent of the workshop taking place online and the remainder in face-to-face settings. More information about how you can join the next available DART Online cohort and stipends for eligible faculty is available on CTLT’s website.

If you need a special accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact the CTLT main desk at (309) 438-2542.

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Wednesday, August 6

Time College Faculty developer Course
9–9:25 a.m. Arts and Sciences Marla Reese-Weber PSY 462: Adolescent Development
9:30–9:55 a.m. Arts and Sciences Dawn McBride PSY 253: Cognition & Learning
10–10:25 a.m. Arts and Sciences Bob Quandt CHE 380.59: Atmospheric Chemistry
10:30–10:55 a.m. Mennonite College of Nursing Steve Stapleton NUR 401: Theoretical Foundations
11–11:25 a.m. Mennonite College of Nursing Kim Astroth NUR 405: Epidemiology and Aggregate Based Health Promotion
11:30–11:55 a.m. Applied Science and Technology Adrian Lyde HSC 208: Dynamics of United States Contemporary Health

Thursday, August 7

Time College Faculty developer Course
9–9:25 a.m. Applied Science and Technology Kathy Webster HSC 325: Laboratory Education
and Management
9:30–9:55 a.m. Applied Science and Technology Geoffrey Campbell TEC 151: Introduction to Computer Systems Technology
10–10:25 a.m. Business Joseph Trefzger FIL 240: Business Finance
10:30–10:55 a.m. Education Nancy Latham TCH 473: Mentoring Student Teachers
11–11:25 a.m. Education Allison Meyer TCH 212: Introduction to Secondary
Education
11:30–11:55 p.m. Fine Arts Leslie Sloan Orr THD 154: Introduction to Black Drama and Theatre

 

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