Only QM member colleges can participate in these courses and workshops.
This webinar will focus on direct measures of student assessment. How well are our students learning? What evidence do we see of student development? Topics will include: classroom assignments, objective testing, E-portfolios, and performance assessment.
Yes it’s true: community college social media accounts are held to the same accessibility standards as our websites and distance learning classes. So, how do we meet the requirements and still engage students and the public on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram? We invite you to learn about the types of social media activities that could raise flags and share practical solutions for keeping your accounts in compliance.
Teaching a hybrid course can often present concerns on which content to put on online and what to cover in class. This webinar will explore ideas on using the flipped learning concept for various disciplines.
Join North Carolina Community College System Distance Learning Directors and staff at the 2019 professional development annual event. Invited speakers will provide presentations on critical thinking leadership qualities, artificial intelligence, social media in online courses, and the future impact of disruptive technology. This is the perfect opportunity to network with colleagues in the DL field.
Effective online course design is a must in all online courses. Organized and well-structured courses helps learners become successful in their virtual classroom because they will be able to focus only content rather than the layout.
This webinar will focus on indirect measures of student assessment. What do our students think? Topics will include: focus groups, surveys, classroom assessment, documents, and interviews.
Now that your college is a member of SARA, did you know you can market across state lines? This webinar will help identify how your institution may utilize your NC SARA membership as a marketing opportunity.
Webinar to showcase: Researched best practices related to engaging online learners. Including specific examples of active learning strategies.
Join us for a look at six common topics about managing an online classroom.
This webinar is the first of a two-part series that focuses on using matrices and the curriculum map to select appropriate methods to measure student learning. Topics will include: curriculum maps, using matrices, approaches to select assessments, designing instruments, and implementation of the selected assessment.
Assessment & Curriculum Mapping: Course outcomes and selecting measures of assessment, part 2 This webinar is the second of a two-part series that focuses on using matrices and the curriculum map to select appropriate methods to measure student learning. Topics will include: curriculum maps, using matrices, approaches to select
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Long before implementation, instructors must ask themselves if flipping the classroom is appropriate for their content area. Additionally, they must evaluate the course outcomes and determine if the class can have an interactive component that supports cooperative learning and determine if flipping would strengthen learning and provide opportunities for project-based experiences.
This guide has been designed to provide you with an overview of accessible design concepts. Its content is based on the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, as they pertain to online course design.
This paper will describe several teaching methods instructors can use to engage their online students and increase communication in the virtual classroom. Active learning strategies are designed to help students make meaningful connections and enhance their skills and abilities based on engaging class content designed with their needs and interests in mind.
ADA Compliance for Websites and e-Learning Content
Announce NCCCS’s five year accessibility goal (specifics regarding the goal were not addressed)
The following paper profiles current and still-evolving Internet technologies associated with peer-to-peer communication in online, hybrid, and seated post-secondary classrooms.
If you need special accommodations please contact Dr. Candace Holder one week prior to the event at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-386-3639.
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