March 13, 2019
Peer-to-Peer Distance Learning Exchange videos now available
Kansas State University Global Campus' annual showcase event, the Peer-to-Peer Distance Learning Exchange, was hosted in January and was very successful. All presentations were recorded and are now available at global.k-state.edu/faculty/resources/tips-and-tricks.
- "Quizzing for Comprehension: Interactive Videos" — Rebecca Adams, College of Business Administration.
- "Building a Sense of Community in an Asynchronous Online Class" — Katie Burke, College of Agriculture.
- "Competition, Community and Access: The World Wide Web of Online Education" – Huston Gibson, College of Architecture, Planning & Design.
- "Tabbed Syllabus Style in Canvas Pages" — Deborah Goins, College of Arts and Sciences.
- "Showcasing Student Learning with Book Creator"— Gaea Hock, College of Agriculture.
- "Flipgrid: An Easy Social Video Tool" — Laura Kanost, College of Arts and Sciences.
- "Put Yourself Out There: Creating Presence in Online Courses Using Video" — Lori Levin, College of Education.
- "What Motivates? Tec-Variety" — Suzanne Porath, College of Education.
- "Incorporating Active Learning into a Large Enrollment Veterinary Anatomy Course" — Cathy Sparks, College of Veterinary Medicine.
- "Learning à la carte: Successes and On-going Struggles" — David Thompson, College of Human Ecology.
- "Experiential Learning as a Tool for Stress Management" — Kodee Walls, Counseling Services.
Applications for the 2019 K-State Online Essentials faculty development course and distance education conference funding are now available and due by March 31.
Anyone with questions should contact Laura Widenor, Global Campus instructional designer, at email@example.com.