Supporting Students Online Forum: Autumn Conversation

Wed, 11/8/2017 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Enarson Classroom Building  015

LEARNING GOALS

After this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify peers who are working to support students online.
  2. Explain the need to support students online.
  3. Describe strategies to support students online.
  4. Articulate obstacles to supporting students online.
  5. Generate solutions to obstacles to supporting students online.

The need to offer services and support to students across geographic distances continues to expand. Often this is viewed as supporting fully distance education students, but having resources available online benefits all learners. On-campus learners who have busy class schedules or who live across campus from a physical office location can benefit from online services and support just as much as fully distance education students.

This will be the second gathering of this forum, which is intended for all who currently support or who want to support students online. Faculty, staff, advisers and student support groups are all welcome to attend and join the conversation as returning or new attendees. Participants will have the opportunity to build connections, share ideas, learn strategies and share solutions for obstacles to supporting students online.

Presented by the Distance Education Learning and Teaching Academy (DELTA)


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