The Center for Teaching and Learning has introduced the Spring 2013 Pedagogy of Teaching and Learning Online (PTLO) workshop series for faculty members who are teaching (or are planning to teach) an online or hybrid course in the near future.
According to Dr. Karen McComas, assistant director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, this recently revised series consists of three separate, but related, workshops:
- Part I: Quality Matters (QM) is for faculty who are interested in learning more about using the Quality Matters (http://www.qmprogram.org) rubric and peer review process to establish high-quality online educational experiences.
- Part II: Pedagogy Matters (PM) is for faculty who have completed Quality Matters and are teaching, or will be teaching, online courses (e-courses or hybrid classes) in the near future.
- Part III: Design Matters (DM), is for faculty who have completed Pedadgogy Matters (PM) and are teaching, or will be teaching, online courses (e-courses or hybrid classes) in the near future. Individuals who are registered for PM may register for DM, the final workshop in the series.
Enrollment in these workshops is limited. Eligibility requirements and workshop descriptions may be viewed by clicking on the following link: http://www.marshall.edu/wamnewsletter/files/2013/01/OnlineEducationWorkshop.pdf.
Questions about eligibility and workshops may be directed to McComas by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.