Congratulations on your CAPC applications! Almost everyone is submitting within plenty of time for review. We know this process can be overwhelming, especially mid-semester during a term in which everyone is still (metaphorically) digging out of the snow, so well done!
If you’ve indeed completed and submitted your application, which includes your online syllabus, you’re ready to start thinking about how you want your online course to look and feel: you’re ready for course production. Or maybe you’re ready to start thinking about the course production you plan to do over the summer … In either case, please see below for Friday’s timely workshop.
You also might be ready to attend your second DE Initiative general meeting (if you have not attended your second meeting already). This Thursday we will be disaster proofing …
Curriculum Considerations from Scott Heinerich
- Faculty Focus: Can You Flip an Online Class?
- Monday Morning Mentor: How Do I Set Students Up For Success in Online Courses
On the Schedule This Week
1. **DE Initiative Meeting: Teaching Online? What Could Possibly Go Wrong?**
When: Thu, April 3, 8:00am – 9:30am
Where: Sykes 252 (map)
Description**Attendance at this meeting satisfies the second meeting program requirement**
Agenda: Wondering about the unknown? This session is all about how to prevent and deal with common mishaps –an important session for the new online instructor.
2. eLearning Workshop: Building Modular Pages in D2L
When: Fri, April 4, 11am – 12pm
Where: Anderson 24 (map)
Description: RSVP: DistanceEd@wcupa.edu We provide the templates and guide you through the process of creating your own D2L pages for your face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses.