Tag: remote

  • CTL’s New2OSU

    Join CTL!: New2OSU accelerates the effectiveness of new(er) teachers, those new to OSU, and/or those seeking teaching renewal. With remote, gamified, and customizable learning adventures, New2OSU provides:   ·         Self-paced missions  ·         Flexible program completion  ·         Digital badging    PLAYER ONE READY? Accepting rolling admissions. Spring cohort launches March 29. REGISTER TO PLAY! 

  • Learn to Blend Your Teaching with Instructional Media

    Are you starting to think ahead to Spring term? Would you like to augment your strategies to engage learners? Discover ways to create instructional media and to apply effective practices for blended, remote, flipped and hybrid course design and teaching. In these hour-long workshops, CTL and Academic Technology invite you to learn about harnessing the […]

  • Facilitating Online Discussions in Blended and Remote Courses – Why Does It Matter?

    By Beata Anderson, Blended Learning Intern, Center for Teaching and Learning Discussion between students and faculty plays an important role in teaching and learning. Consistent interaction helps students improve their education outcomes and helps educators support the learning and success of all their students. “Education researchers and curriculum designers attach important roles to learning through […]

  • Still Time to Apply! Join a Blended Faculty Learning Community

    Join a supportive cohort of faculty in January to boost your teaching skills! The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty advance their teaching. The group will focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the skillful use of educational […]

  • Join the Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community

    The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty enhance their teaching, with a focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the use of educational technology. Participants will explore and develop solutions for significant pedagogical challenges, and will share their […]

  • Register Now: Blending Your Teaching with Instructional Media Workshop

    Wondering how to make your remote or blended classes more engaging? Always wanted to create more media to enliven your classes? Join the Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technology for an intensive hour-long session that will empower you to develop media that supports your teaching and to blend your synchronous sessions and asynchronous […]

  • New Guides to Blended and Remote Teaching

    Just in time for a Fall term in which most Corvallis and Cascades courses will be offered in either remote or blended formats, two new Center for Teaching and Learning tutorials walk you through the design and teaching of courses in these challenging modalities. Successful Blended and Remote Course Design, Part One and Part Two, […]

  • CTL is excited to announce our fully remote New2OSU program!

    New2OSU impacts student success by accelerating the effectiveness of those who are newer to teaching and/or OSU. Completion of the program may be used as evidence of professional development and teaching effectiveness. Participants are asked to commit to a three-term intensive program requiring (on average) 3 hours per week. New2OSU has recently been overhauled to […]

  • Sign up for Course Design and Teaching Workshops!

    The Center for Teaching and Learning is partnering with Academic Technology and Ecampus to offer three university-wide faculty development workshops in early September. Each workshop will focus on best practices in the instructional modalities currently planned for Fall term Corvallis and Cascades campus courses:  Remote Course Design and Teaching  Blended Course Design and Teaching   On-Site Course Design […]

  • Planning for Fall by Looking Back

    Spring term is wrapping up and attention is shifting towards fall term. OSU has announced its Resumption Planning which is still in the early stages but strongly implies that Fall 2020 will have a mix of face-to-face, remote, and online elements. With this in mind, instructors are in the tough position of needing to keep […]