Connect, Collaborate, Create: Developing and Fostering Interactions for Meaningful Learning Online

With the growing increase in online course enrollments creating learning environments conducive for meaningful learning opportunities is imperative to ensuring student success and retention. Online learning uniquely affords faculty multiple opportunities to utilize both synchronous and asynchronous methodologies and technologies for which learners to engage and interact. Do you have a plan for engaging your online students?

Join the STaR Instructional Design team this spring for a new learning shorts series focused on interactions in the online environment, Developing and Fostering Interactions for Meaningful Online Learning. The series will feature brief articles, trainings, and faculty STaR Performers sharing research-based practices for implementing, facilitating, and fostering student engagement to support higher levels of achievement and learning. Check out the schedule below and Register for upcoming events.

Developing and Fostering Meaningful Online Interactions

Learner – Instructor Interactions

Start with a Plan: Intentional Design for Meaningful Interactions| Feb 19th
STaR Performer featuring  Dr. Daryl Tate | Feb 26th

Learner – Content Interactions

Open Education Week 2020 | March 2-6th
Tech Tools for Learning | March 3rd
STaR Performer: TBD |March 4th

Learner – Learner Interactions

Creating Interactive Spaces | Apr 15th
STaR Performer: TBD | April TBD

Check out the STaR Training Calendar for additional details and to Register for any of these sessions.

All sessions will be held in the STaR Training Lab – Dickinson 101.

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