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Oct
16

Managing Faculty Workload

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Open Event
  1.   16th Oct, 2017 9:00AM - 22nd Oct, 2017 12:00AM
Member Price : $ 170.00 Non Member Price : $ 270.00 Track : Online Management Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop Levels : Intermediate,Advanced Eligible for Online Teaching Certificate el... Member Price : $ 170.00
Non Member Price : $ 270.00

Track : Online Management
Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop
Levels : Intermediate,Advanced
Eligible for Online Teaching Certificate elective : Yes
While online faculty value the flexibility of online teaching, the reality of the 24/7 classroom can be daunting in terms of faculty workload and faculty burnout. In this workshop, you will explore research-based strategies to assist faculty in managing their time more effectively and reducing the risk of burnout. You will review practical workload management tips and tools for both new and veteran faculty. Finally, you will develop a workload management plan that will help improve the online faculty experience.

Learning Objectives
Describe strategies for managing administrative and teaching workload
Develop a workload management plan for yourself or your faculty

Prerequisite: None

Format:
This is an asynchronous, week-long workshop which will begin on a Monday and end on the following Sunday. The workshop will require approximately 6-8 hours of work, including reading research-based articles, viewing presentations, engaging in online discussion forums, and submitting assignments. Total length of time to completion: 7 days.

Who should attend?
Faculty who teach online
Deans and program chairs
(Source: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn/olc-new-institute-schedule/institute-offerings/?id=363&cohort=95)
Oct
17

Introduction to Copyright & Fair Use, Part 2

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Group Event
  1.   17th Oct, 2017 12:00PM - 6:15PM
ct 17 - Oct 17, 2017 12 : 00 ET Member Price : $ 170.00 Non Member Price : $ 270.00 Track : Online Management Delivery Mode : Synchronous Workshop Levels : Intermediate,Advanced Eligible fo... ct 17 - Oct 17, 2017 12 : 00 ET
Member Price : $ 170.00
Non Member Price : $ 270.00

Track : Online Management
Delivery Mode : Synchronous Workshop
Levels : Intermediate,Advanced
Eligible for Online Teaching Certificate elective : Yes
Description:
Copyright infringement lawsuits against colleges and universities are no longer hypothetical – they are reality. Numerous universities around the country have been sued for everything from illegally posting articles and book chapters in learning management systems, to improperly streaming video for the purposes of facilitating research and providing access to students with disabilities. In this workshop you will develop a working familiarity with the “transformative use” doctrine and its growing importance to educational fair use and the continuously expanding collection of “Best Practices in Fair Use.”

Learning Objectives:
Describe best practices in Fair Use
Recognize the legal implications of copyright infringement

Prerequisite: Introduction to Copyright and Fair Use Part 1 workshop OR a working knowledge of the copyright and fair use guidelines.

Format:
This workshop is in a one-day, synchronous format. You will have access to the workshop content one day prior to the live session. There will then be a mandatory, 3-hour live session during which you will hear a presentation and participate in a question and answer session. During the workshop, you will engage with your colleagues on an online discussion board. Following the session, you will be required to complete a quiz testing your knowledge within 24 hours of the conclusion of the live session. Total length of time to completion: 2 days, approximately 6 hours of work

Who should attend?
Faculty members
Instructional designers
Online program administrators
Librarians
(Source: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn/olc-new-institute-schedule/institute-offerings/?id=349&cohort=61)
Oct
23

Course Quality Review (OSCQR) - ID4

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Group Event
  1.   23rd Oct, 2017 9:00AM - 19th Nov, 2017 10:15AM
Oct 23 - Nov 19, 2017 Member Price : $ 450.00 Non Member Price : $ 550.00 Track : Online Design Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop Levels : Beginner,Intermediate Eligible for Online Teac... Oct 23 - Nov 19, 2017
Member Price : $ 450.00
Non Member Price : $ 550.00

Track : Online Design
Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop
Levels : Beginner,Intermediate
Eligible for Online Teaching Certificate elective : No
In this course, participants will be introduced to the OLC and Open SUNY Course Quality Review (OSCQR) rubric and process. They will discuss its pedagogical and research foundations, and review its course quality review standards and associated criteria. Participants will complete a formal course review using OSCQR and recommend improvements and institutional implementation strategies, and as a culminating activity will create a customized version of the OSQCR rubric to address the course quality needs at their institution. Upon completion of this course, successful participants will be a qualified OSCQR trainer, enabling them to train faculty at their own institutions.

This course is a 4-week course part of the Instructional Designer Certificate Program, but may be taken as an individual offering.

Learning Objectives:
Describe the OSCQR process and rubric components
Analyze the OSCQR rubric criteria
Apply the OSCQR rubric in an online course quality review
Evaluate the results of an OSCQR review
Compare the OSCQR rubric to other widely used course quality rubrics
Critique the OSCQR rubric criteria for specific use at your institution
Create a customized version of the OSCQR rubric based on your institutional quality needs
Articulate the obstacles and implications of implementing OSCQR at your institution

Week 1: Tour of OSCQR
Week 2: Conduct a Course Review with OSCQR
Week 3: Evaluating OSCQR
Week 4: Customizing & Implementing OSCQR

Who Should Take this Program?
Instructional designers who work directly with faculty in the course design and development process
Librarians and multimedia specialists who also take on the role of an instructional designer
Online faculty who also support online course design and development at their institution

Prerequisites
At least one year of experience in supporting online course design and development in an instructional design capacity.
(Source: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn/olc-new-institute-schedule/institute-offerings/?id=405&cohort=184)
Oct
23

Creating Useful Resources for Faculty - ID2

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Group Event
  1.   23rd Oct, 2017 10:00AM - 19th Nov, 2017 10:30AM
Oct 23 - Nov 19, 2017 Member Price : $ 450.00 Non Member Price : $ 550.00 Track : Online Design Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop Levels : Beginner,Intermediate Eligible for Online Teac... Oct 23 - Nov 19, 2017
Member Price : $ 450.00
Non Member Price : $ 550.00

Track : Online Design
Delivery Mode : Asynchronous Workshop
Levels : Beginner,Intermediate
Eligible for Online Teaching Certificate elective : No
This course is designed to allow participants the opportunity to explore and discuss tailoring resources for online faculty, including tools, strategies and curating techniques. Techniques for helping online faculty integrate resources into their online courses, such as multimedia, open education resources, and social networking tools are also explored.

This course is a 4-week course part of the Instructional Designer Certificate Program, but may be taken as an individual offering.

Learning Objectives:
Explore social bookmarking for collecting, curating, and sharing resources
Develop strategies for making resources accessible to faculty
Create a resource list for use by faculty and instructional designers
Analyze strategies and methods used to evaluate online resources, OER, and online teaching and learning tools
Create an evaluation checklist for evaluating new online tools
Create an evaluation checklist for evaluating online resources and OER
Apply strategies for effectively organizing online resources
Develop strategies for making useful resources more easily accessible to faculty
Evaluate methods for effective resource sharing
Create a faculty support resource

Week 1: Collecting Resources
Week 2: Evaluating Resources
Week 3: Organizing and Developing Resources
Week 4: Developing and Sharing Resources

Who Should Take this Program?
Instructional designers who work directly with faculty in the course design and development process
Librarians and multimedia specialists who also take on the role of an instructional designer
Online faculty who also support online course design and development at their institution
(Source: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn/olc-new-institute-schedule/institute-offerings/?id=403&cohort=194)
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