In this issue
- Greetings from VP Dr. Greg Lamontagne ...
- Innovations in higher education
- Information for new faculty
- Faculty updates
- News from OES
- Information Technology
- Distance Learning
- Administrative calendar
- Items of interest
Faculty Resources & Support
- League of Innovation
- American Association of Community Colleges
- New England Resource Center for Higher Eduction
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Inside Higher Ed
- NEAP Long-Term Trend Assessments
Helpful CCRI Links
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Explore Teaching Online
You can add online teaching training and experience to your portfolio. There are several opportunities at CCRI for you to begin learning how to teach online and to stay up to date with best practices.
The DL Faculty Forum in Blackboard contains helpful documents for DL faculty and an active discussion board of topics related to teaching and learning online. Members receive periodic (weekly during the semester) mailings of DL updates and reminders. If you are teaching a DL section (600 or 700), scheduled to teach a DL section, or just interested in online learning, please e-mail Maggie Burke to be added to the forum.
The distance learning pedagogy course ran successfully during the first five-week summer session. If you are interested in participating the next time the course is offered, you should first attend Blackboard training sessions and use Blackboard as a supplement to an on-campus course. Please visit the CIT page for upcoming Blackboard workshops. Technology-enhanced courses help our students succeed by offering anytime, anywhere access to course materials. Becoming proficient with a learning management system (like Blackboard) is your first step toward teaching online. Contact Maggie Burke if you wish to participate in the pedagogy course the next time it runs.
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