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D2L Brightspace Awards Tool: What do you need to know?
Photo credit: www.brightspace.com With the new D2L update SCSU went through  earlie (More)
Choosing the Right Amount of Resources
Emily Berry,  in eLearningLearning reported on a More)
10 Tips for Creating Effective Instructional Videos
Michael Smedshammer, faculty instructional design coordinator at Modesto Junior College, wrote for Faculty Focus on (More)
Books on Technology and Teaching and Learning
Nowadays, the majority of articles and news come to us instantly via blogs, websites, newsletters, online magazines. However, if you prefer to glance through (More)
First Time Teaching Online?
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Instructor Presence and Immediacy
Dwinnells (2017) gives great advice on how to keep up with your online students and give them the feeling that you are present, or as he called it: How (More)
Upcoming MOQI & SIG Free Webinars
If you have an hour to spare, some really awesome topics are being presented in Learning Spaces & Instructional Technology Special Interest Group (SIG) and Minnesota Online Quality Initiative (MOQI) webinars. It is very easy to register, so just (More)
Online Discussion Forum Guide - Dinner Party Analogy
Here is another interesting post from Faculty Focus, written by Cheryl Hayek, associate provost at Grantham University, in 2012. To read the full article More)
Five Ways to Make Your Online Classrooms More Interactive
An article by Amy Peterson, a senior vice president of course design, development and academic research at More)
STAR Symposium 2017 Registration Open
Registration is now open for the 2017 STAR Symposium sponsored by the Minnesota Online Quality Initiative. This is a virtual one-day conference that will consist of presentations focused on topics related to Faculty Development Support, Course Design (More)
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