Presentation Title

Making Online Best Practices Work

Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

Designing an online course from a face-to-face course took nine months, an instructor, two designers, one academic technologist, a usability lab, and one student worker. Our goal was to use current best practices to make an interactive, authentic learning experience for every online student, with a hands-on lab to boot! Join us to learn how we managed to build this complex course in a way that reduced instructor grading effort and was usable to students.

Keywords

best practices, online labs, groups, authentic assessment, sustainability, usability

Start Date

8-2-2017 11:15 AM

End Date

8-2-2017 12:15 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Kalli-Ann Binkowski, currently an Academic Technology Coordinator for the College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota, collaborates with faculty to integrate technologies into their teaching. Her work includes exploring emerging technologies and designing new instructional activities. Formerly a teacher for 18 years, she holds masters degrees in education and plant biology.

 
Aug 2nd, 11:15 AM Aug 2nd, 12:15 PM

Making Online Best Practices Work

Designing an online course from a face-to-face course took nine months, an instructor, two designers, one academic technologist, a usability lab, and one student worker. Our goal was to use current best practices to make an interactive, authentic learning experience for every online student, with a hands-on lab to boot! Join us to learn how we managed to build this complex course in a way that reduced instructor grading effort and was usable to students.