QLT Hybrid Teaching Workshop
Join AT's Teaching and Learning team for our November QLT Hybrid Teaching Workshop.
This workshop supports faculty in redesigning their courses from traditional modes of instruction to hybrid learning. Faculty participate in a face-to-face session, asynchronous online activities and a final synchronous online session. It is purposefully organized in a hybrid format, so faculty are able to experience hybrid learning from the student perspective. Experiencing things from the other side can be quite illuminating!
The focus of this experience is on best practices in hybrid teaching and will expose participants to numerous tools. However, because everyone's iLearn to-do list is unique, for faculty interested in learning specific how-tos for iLearn tools, please email email@example.com for a one-on-one consult.
It is strongly recommended that faculty participate in all three sessions as each session builds on the next. Sessions include:
- Face-to-face session in LIB 222: Monday, November 4th, 2019 10:00am-12:00pm
- Asynchronous session via iLearn: 1-2 hours of work anytime between 11/4 - 11/8
- Synchronous session via Zoom: Friday, November 8th, 2019 10:00-11:00am
Space is limited!
QLT Online Teaching Lab
Join AT's Teaching and Learning team in the QLT Online Teaching Lab, a fully online course about teaching fully online courses. It is purposefully organized in this format, so you're able to experience online learning from the student perspective.
You'll choose your own learning experiences from a modular selection of small, standalone topics. Everything is optional and it’s up to you to decide how and when you would like to engage. You'll have open access to Lab resources to explore at your own pace and receive feedback on submitted work, if you choose.
We know this a different model than your typical professional development offering so we’d like to tell you a little more about how it works. The Lab is an experimental space where:
Every element is designed with faculty choice in mind -- in other words it’s all optional.
Pick and choose what interests you most. If that’s everything, great! If it’s just a few elements of each section that’s also fine.
You create real, authentic products to use in your own courses.
You set your own schedule for engaging with the Lab.
All faculty, including lecturers, adjuncts, and contingent faculty have equitable access because the Lab is not bound by a specific location, date or time.
We'll be releasing additional special topics monthly during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.