The first of many - Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) presented: "The Many Hats of a Professor: Things I Learned at Kettering" by Dr. William (Bill) Riffe, Professor, Manufacturing Engineering.
Prof. Riffe shared his words of wisdom from a long and distinguished career here at Kettering. This Distinguished Faculty Speaker Event is sponsored by CETL.
Online Education Resource Office Program (OERO): Technology training provided by Donna Wicks and Tracey Rodgerson
Purpose: tips and tricks for the use of technology in teaching and learning
When: Monday formal training and Wednesday drop in discussion during Fall 2011
Where: CETL Collaboration Room (3-103 or 3-105 while room is being renovated)
Details: Brown Bag lunch
Monday, Week 2: I Posted It, Why Can't My Students Find It?
How to organize your course menu and content from a student perspective.
Monday, Week 3: Solving The "Rubrics" Puzzle
How to create and deploy rubrics for use with student work.
Monday, Week 4: Why Doesn't The Grade Center Just Work!
How to effectively set up and use the grade center for your purposes.
Monday, Week 5:. An Online Swap Meet
How to create reusable learning objects that can be shared with others.
Monday, Week 6:. It's All About You - Capturing Your Thoughts!
Using free software to capture small lecture segments to reinforce your face-to-face lectures.
Monday, Week 7: Blackboard Ate My Homework!
An overview of technical issues that trip up students and ways to reduce the problems.
Week 8: Happy Thanksgiving!
Monday, Week 9: How To Avoid Being a Facebook Creep
Using social media to collaborate and communicate with your students.
Monday, Week 10: DFTBA - Don't Forget To Be Awesome
How to use extras to make your online course content the best it can be.