Teaching Online: New Moves, Next Moves
Target audience: All faculty; staff who work with faculty in instructional design, technology, online education; those new or experienced in teaching online, hybrid and technology enhanced classes.
Mode: Online synchronous
- Reflect on strategies for design, interaction, and engagement for online, hybrid, and technology enhanced courses
- Analyze lessons learned from pandemic online teaching
- Identify best practices going forward to apply in all modes of online and hybrid classes
75 minute webinar, with interaction throughout, discussion, and Q&A with attendees.
Proposed Date(s): TBA March 2022
Brief Description of Event
This is a new webinar, designed with a CUNY-wide audience in mind. During this webinar, we will explore how we can build on the body of knowledge and best practices gleaned over the last two decades of online education and look forward, applying lessons learned from the emergence of more recent technologies and the experience of teaching online during the pandemic. We will address such topics as how we can best continue to apply insights regarding course design, integration of multiple modalities, furthering of the engagement and retention of students, and more expert facilitation of online and hybrid learning. There will be ample time for interaction with the participants, as well as Q&A and discussion.
Susan Ko Bio: Dr. Susan Ko has more than 20 years of online teaching and faculty development experience, and has authored four editions of Teaching Online: A Practical Guide, a leading book in the field of online teaching, published by Routledge where she is also series editor for the Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning series. She has been responsible for the training of faculty and supporting online education at several institutions, where she has also taught humanities and Asian Studies in several course modalities. At CUNY, she was previously Director, Faculty Development & Instructional Technology at CUNY SPS, taught in the History department and was Associate Director of the Office of Online Education at Lehman, where she currently serves as Faculty Development Consultant.