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Thanks to Dr. Ilse Mason for her recent Innovation 20/20 Series presentation and discussion!

Innovation 20/20 with Dr. Ilse Mason

Online Walking: From Oxymoron to Reality

Traditionally, physical education courses take place in a face-to-face setting and because of their nature, present unique challenges when transforming them into an online format. In this presentation, I will share how an online walking course was created and elaborate on the role of technology in this course.


Top 5 Online Learning Skills That Online Instructors Should Have

Online learning programs must pay as much attention to quality of instructors as they do to the technology. This article reminds us some critical online instructor skills.

One of the most neglected areas of online learning is the skills of online instructors. Like face-to-face instructors, online instructors need strong formation in content, instruction and assessment. But since they are teaching through technology, they also need formation in other areas (managing online learners, technology skills). These areas include:

Read more at elearningindustry.com…

Call for Participation – Fall 2014 Academies

ITT Fall 2014 Faculty AcademiesThe Innovation in Teaching and Technology initiative is happy to announce the continuation and expansion of the ITT Faculty Academy. We will be offering two faculty academies in both the fall and spring semesters. The faculty participation stipend has also been increased to $500 (for travel, materials, etc.) to support up to 10 faculty in each academy.

Please follow the links below for more details about these Academies and instructions for how to apply.

Fall 2014 Academies.

via Fall 2014 Academies.