Moving a Classroom-Based Course to Online or Hybrid

On-Demand Training
The registration fee includes institutional access to the recording for one year.
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Registration Fee: $425.00

Moving a Classroom-Based Course to Online or Hybrid
On-Demand Training

Each participant will receive a link to the recording which is good for one year and can be
distributed to your entire faculty and staff via email for viewing anytime, anywhere!

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The registration fee for Innovative Educators' webinars is per institution.
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Payment is not required prior to event date but is greatly appreciated.

“Online learning is a growing trend. Instructors need to be prepared to choose the best strategies to create an online learning experience that will lead to increased student learning.”
~ Debra Runshe
Online learning is a growing trend. Instructors need to be prepared to develop an online course that increases student engagement and learning. How do you decide which delivery mode is best suited for your course: face-to-face, online, or hybrid? What are the benefits of online or hybrid courses? What are the best practices for developing and delivering online or hybrid courses? Participants in this session will learn the answers to these questions and more in order to create an online learning environment that leads to student success.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
  • articulate the benefits of online or hybrid delivery methods
  • describe best practices for developing and delivering an online or hybrid course
  • identify tools for assessing whether a course fits comfortably into a face-to-face, online, or hybrid delivery mode

Who should attend?
College educators who are interested in teaching and learning in the online environment.

Who is the speaker?
Debra Runsheis an Instructional Development Specialist at Indiana University. She assists staff and faculty in addressing complex teaching and learning issues relating to teaching methods, assessment, and the use of instructional technology. Her dedication to quality teaching, has led to her involvement in many national endeavors. As a member of the Carnegie Foundation’s CASTL Program: Scholarly Inquiry about Active Pedagogies cluster group, she explored active learning pedagogies in universities across the nation and presented the findings nationally. She has been involved in several grant projects funded by: Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE), National Science Foundation (NSF), and Department of Education (DOE). Presently, as a member of Cohort VI of the Inter/National Coalition for Electronic Portfolio Research she is exploring the use and best practices in portfolio learning. She is also participating in the FIPSE project: "Connect to Learning: ePortfolio, Engagement, and Student Success," a nationwide educational innovation project focused on exploring and strengthening best practices in ePortfolio pedagogy.

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