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Teaching Online

  

Engaging Remote Students Recording available

July 1, 2020 by | Training

If you missed “Enaging Remote Students,” you may now view the recording of it. Organized by the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Educational Technology Services, the event discusses multiple options for keeping remote students engaged!  Slidedeck.

Planning for the Unknowns of Fall 2020 Recording available

June 11, 2020 by | Technology

If you missed “Planning for the Unknowns of Fall 2020,” you may now view the recording of it. Organized by the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Educational Technology Services, the event features a discussion for Chapman faculty on how to plan for teaching in face-to-face, online, hybrid, or hyflex environments this fall

Summer Hours for Support Educational Technology Services

May 27, 2020 by | Technology

Beginning June 1, 2020 our drop-in support hours have changed. Join us via Zoom Monday-Friday. If you click the following link you will enter a Zoom waiting room for support: http://bit.ly/lmssupport  9:30 am to 11:30 am & 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm Drop-in support is for instructors with questions about Canvas Blackboard Zoom BigBlueButton (Canvas

How to Incorporate Coronavirus Related Content into Course Material Reflections from Argyros School of Business and Economics Professors

May 5, 2020 by | Pedagogy

This blog post is authored by Gokcen Coskuner-Balli, faculty in the Marketing Department of Arygros School of Business and Economics (ASBE).  In mid-March Chapman University among other schools across the country and the world moved to online education due to the COVID-19 social distancing measures. As faculty members we found ourselves preoccupied with how to

Recording available for “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content”

April 30, 2020 by | Technology

On April 28, the Senate Executive Board and the Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning co-sponsored the virtual teaching event: “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content.” This event featured presentations from six faculty members who shared how they adjusted their curriculum in the online learning environment to

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