Join Karen Kaemmerling, Instructional Chair for Online Learning, for an open discussion about the Online Instructor Evaluation and Mentoring Plan and the Online Instructor-Self Review Guide. These protocols and documents were established by the Online Course Quality Task Force in Fall 2013. Explore Quality Matters design expectations and how they are incorporated in the CMC Online Course Design Checklist. Participants will discuss the purpose of these documents, and brainstorm effective online teaching techniques based on Chickering’s and Gamson’s Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education.
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14/SP TRN901 CS95 (SYN: 82720)
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Learn about this recycling phenomenon that is saving plastic bottles from the landfill and producing eatibles in the process. Great for small living spaces and for all ages!
Designed to provide travelers with essential speaking and reading skills in Italian. Students will learn to meet their basic needs, interact with native speakers through basic conversations, and become acquainted with some Italian culture. No previous knowledge of Italian is required. Course may be structured to answer specific individual needs.
Basic introductory tour of the Macintosh Operating System (from 10.6 Snow Leopard to the present). Introduces key terms and navigation around your laptop; the Desktop, Finder, and System Preferences. Learn how to locate and organize your files, change the look and feel of your computer, and learn the basics of using your Mac laptop. Students must bring their own Mac laptop.
If you have basic familiarity with your Mac laptop, including use of the Desktop, Finder, and System Preferences, dive more deeply into particular programs on your laptop. Explore iPhoto and iTunes, learn how to import photos and music and organize this content for easy playback. Get your iPhone and/or iPad into harmony with your laptop by learning how to select and synchronize content from your laptop to an iPhone and/or iPad. Students must bring their own Mac laptop and iPhone or iPad.