Don’t teach your online course alone! Invite a librarian to help with research assignments. Librarians can help you enrich your students' information literacy skills and introduce them to the wealth of librarians' expertise and library materials including books, articles, data and videos. We will show you what librarians can do for your online class and how subject guides are seamlessly integrated in your course in Canvas. We will demonstrate how librarians can create information literacy tutorials for your class using LibWizard and Qualtrics.
Do you find that your students just “don’t get it”? Learn what small steps you can take to make your course more accessible and engaging for EVERYONE. You will walk away from this session with concrete examples and techniques that you can implement today.
Making the Most of Rubrics: How to optimize your rubrics for faster grading and better instruction
Do you want to speed up your grading while also helping students learn? Rubrics can be a powerful tool for both assessment and instruction. In this workshop, we’ll show you the steps to develop the most effective rubrics, and the best ways to put them to work in your courses. We will also show you the best features and capabilities of the Rubrics tool in Canvas, including how you can harness assessment data to improve your instruction.
We converted a 4 week conventional elective course: Radiology Clerkship into a hybrid course utilizing an online learning management system (LMS): the Pearson Learning Studio eCollege. Overall, students had positive feedback for the course, especially regarding its flexibility and ability for self-directed learning. Nonetheless, with the hybrid course in its infancy, there was also feedback for ways to improve organization, course structure, and lecture content to better suit online learning.
Migrating from one LMS to another can be a division or department’s worst nightmare, or it can be a golden opportunity to dramatically improve the standards of your course offerings. RAO took the latter tack and used the migration as the means to bring the courses into conformity through universal design, address ADA compliance issues, eliminate ‘legacy’ technical issues, and replace ancillary software by using the features of the new LMS. The undertaking also gave us the opportunity to build even stronger community/team spirit with our instructors.
Participants in this interactive presentation will see examples of research-based tools and methods for successfully incorporating asynchronous video elements in fully online undergraduate and graduate courses. Participants will be encouraged to share their perspectives, tools, and tips.
This presentation will provide an overview of the collaboration between an instructor from the Graduate School of Education and the Education Librarian (Rutgers University) for an online graduate course with the goal of increasing student engagement. Emphasis will be placed on utilizing Moore’s three variables that affect transactional distance in the online environment. Additionally, the session will cover the results of the piloting of this joint effort.
COHLIT supports Rutgers academic units University-wide in creating and delivering hybrid and fully online courses, and is heavily involved in both for-credit as well as non-credit online and hybrid education. Find out more.
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