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Online Learning Summit 2014 – May 13 & 14

Connections & Community: from Course to Commonwealth You’re invited to participate! May 13 & 14, 2014 We invite you to our annual Online Learning Summit. This year the Summit has expanded to a 2-day event that includes two new opportunities: the Online Showcase and the Leadership Roundtable. The Online Showcase will be conducted as a […]

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Join the Conversation about Design Challenges

We invite you to join our regular Digital Design Challenge sessions. They are intended to serve as open conversations to identify questions, issues and design challenges that we can examine collectively to develop better understanding. Issues can range from the theoretical to the practical, and may include discussion of course design, teaching practice, use of […]

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An Invitation to Join Us on Tuesdays!

These are exciting times for teaching and learning. The web and new media technologies offer a wide range of possibilities for enhancing teaching and learning. They are bringing continuous change to our classrooms and redefining the concept of learning environments. As we explore these possibilities for developing web-enhanced, blended or fully online courses, design issues […]

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Apply Now for Spring 2014 Preparing to Teach Online

The Center for Teaching Excellence invites applications for our Spring 2014 Preparing to Teach Online course. This course is designed to provide the insight, knowledge and skills needed to teach effectively online. Explore and collaborate with other VCU faculty through this online course. For detailed information and to apply for the Preparing to Teach Online […]

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Apply Now for Spring Preparing to Teach Online

The Center for Teaching Excellence invites applications for the Spring 2013 Preparing to Teach Online course. This course is designed to provide the insight, knowledge and skills needed to teach effectively online. Explore and collaborate with faculty colleagues through this online course, scheduled January 25 to April 30. Orientation meeting will be held January 10. […]

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A New CTE Learning Path about Online Teaching

Are some of your colleagues wondering if online teaching is for them? Are you? The CTE has developed a new learning path for faculty who wish to explore whether online teaching and learning is a good fit for their program. Through three consecutive Monday sessions, you and your colleagues will engage in a conversation around […]

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Apply for Fall 2012 Preparing to Teach Online

The Center for Teaching Excellence invites applications for the Fall 2012 Preparing to Teach Online course. This course is designed to provide the insight, knowledge and skills needed to teach effectively online. Explore and collaborate with faculty colleagues through this online course, scheduled September 4 to November 21. Applications are due August 20. For detailed […]

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VCU Online Learning Summit

Save the Date and Register! The VCU Online Learning Summit is an inaugural event! The Center for Teaching Excellence is sponsoring the first of its kind dialogue about online learning among VCU faculty members. The Summit, held May 14 at the Monroe Campus Student Commons, will be a forum for identifying, sharing and discussing key […]

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Online Course Development Initiative

The Center for Teaching Excellence invites applications for participation in the Online Course Development Initiative for the 2011-2012 academic year. This yearlong program provides support for faculty members to develop and teach an online course, and is part of a strategic effort sponsored by the Office of the Provost to grow high quality online programs […]

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New Faculty Resource Guide for Online Teaching

The past few years have seen significant growth in the development of online learning in both K-12 and higher education settings. With an estimated four million college students taking at least one online course this year, and forty-four states (including Virginia) now having significant online programs in their K-12 systems, many university faculty are beginning […]

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