March 10, 2020
Peer-to-Peer Distance Learning Exchange recordings are now available
Were you interested in attending the Peer-to-Peer Distance Learning Exchange event hosted by Kansas State University Global Campus but were unable to attend? All presentations from the successful event were recorded and are now available to view.
- "Giving Students Choices," Rebecca Adams, College of Business Administration.
- "Top Takeaways from the Distance Teaching and Learning Conference 2019," Robert Hachiya, College of Education.
- "How to Use VoiceThread when Recording your Lecture," Junehee Kwon, College of Health and Human Sciences.
- "All for OneNote and OneNote for All: Getting Emergent Multilingual Students to Write," Aziah McNamara, International Programs.
- "FlipGrid: Supporting Presence Online," Suzanne Porath, College of Education.
- "Giving and Getting Feedback: Some Lessons Learned," Cindy Shuman, College of Education.
- "Applying a Critical Lens to Educational Technology Conferences," Deepak Subramony, College of Education.
- "How to Navigate the 'Lab'yrinth of Distance Experiential Learning," Kelly Whitehair, College of Health and Human Sciences.
Applications for the 2020 K-State Online Essentials faculty development course and distance education conference funding are now available and due by March 31. Visit global.k-state.edu/faculty/resources for more information.
Anyone with questions should contact the Global Campus instructional designers at email@example.com.