- Debra McDonough, Assistant Vice President, Center for Online Learning and Teaching, SNHU
- Heather Tillberg-Webb, Associate Vice President of Academic Resources and Technology, SNHU
- Emma Laing, Director of Faculty Training and Development, SNHU
- Alexis Morton, Assistant Director of Faculty Engagement, SNHU
- Moderator: Cary Brown, Higher Education Programs Director, 1EdTech Consortium
Learn from your peers at Southern New Hampshire University as they explore the best online teaching practices, emphasizing what to do once teachers are acclimated to the online space. Presenting are leaders responsible for faculty training and development, faculty engagement, and academic technology.
"Let your students, faculty, and administrators know you're not relaxing the outcomes you desire for students, but you're offering a little bit more time and flexibility for students and faculty to meet those outcomes and expectations."
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Kenneth Chapman stresses the importance of the mental health of education first responders and resiliency as a core competency going forward. There are opportunities to design more purposely for the online and hybrid modes—content in smaller chunks, personalized engagement strategies, accessibility, authentic assessment—taking from some of the lessons learned from fully online programs. 1EdTech lets suppliers focus more on solving teaching and learning versus all the challenges of making things interoperate. For institutions, 1EdTech reduces the IT burden. Teachers choose the tools they love because of 1EdTech. For students, 1EdTech creates a whole integrated rich experience, which reduces the possibility of being overwhelmed by the increased use of technology.
"We're learning that a lot of organizations really recognize that while they may have started in crisis mode in doing what we call remote learning...that it is not the same as a really well designed online learning strategy—one where equity, accessibility is designed in and typically happens asynchronously."