IUPUI's Zach Weber, Laura Romito, and April Newton offer advice on structuring large-scale online events that achieve learning objectives and meet multiple learning and scheduling preferences.
Marcus Vodosek, Kelley School of Business, discusses ways Google Sheets can support Zoom break-out discussions, presentations, research skills, and assessment.
Andrew Bunger, Kelley School of Business, discusses and demonstrates Google Drive as building collaboration in the online and hybrid classroom, and with attendees, brainstorms new applications.
Christopher Andrews and Grant Chartrand, IU Bloomington, show how Hypothesis and Google Drive support online engagement by allowing students to layer new knowledge on digital course content.
Jennifer Hatfield, IU South Bend, explores using Google JamBoard as a white board to collaborate across classes and devices using drawing, text, and images.
Justin Hodgson, IU Bloomington, describes ways faculty can build digital literacy skills that help students engage in course content and build critical thinking skills in today’s digital world.
John Gosney explores ways to help students connect with courses by finding relevant connections between course material and their own fields of study.
Stephanie Cox and Ellyn Pruitt talk about IUanyWare, which allows students and faculty to log in to virtual computers to access a wide range of software titles.
Christopher Lang describes how to enable a quick conversion of HTML documents to simple slideshows suitable for video lecture
Linda Cox, Stephanie Whitehead, Dina Peterson, and Monica Solinas-Saunders discuss their experiences developing an IU Online Collaborative program.
Francoise Bachelder discusses how tools and open access can assist students in an online foreign language classroom, engaging them in the content.
Lynn Jettpace demonstrates how to use VoiceThread to incorporate performance into an online drama class, allowing students to better work together
Melinda Stanley from IU Kokomo shares her engagement techniques used in her online courses to increase interaction between her students.
Jennifer Deranek from IU South Bend shares her service learning online course and how she has incorporated common tools into the course.
Shana Stump from IUPUI talks about how she promotes student interaction in her online course using a scaffolding technique.
Nancy Evans from the Kelley School of Business talks about teaching online with a large (over 300) class, sharing her cascading technique used to build leadership skills, a student learning outcome, in her business course.