A workshop on campus Friday, March 3, will introduce a suite of tools used to develop engaging and accessible online content for STEM courses.
Online Course Design Institute workshops, February 22 and 23, will help you develop high-quality online and hybrid courses.
This announcement is part of a $1.5 million funding initiative in 2016-2018 aimed at supporting Ontario’s higher education teachers to experiment with innovative pedagogical approaches and technologies, to evaluate the outcomes of the project, and disseminate that learning widely to the benefit of others.
An exciting week of activities to celebrate Open Education Week awaits the campus March 7 to 11.
Open Education Week is a global event showcasing open educational activities around the world, and the Office of Open Learning and Leddy Library are joining forces to highlight some of the work UWindsor is doing in this area.
“We have a full slate of activities scheduled for the week, so I’m sure there will be something for everyone,” says Nick Baker, director of the Office of Open Learning.
The Office of Open Learning has launched a greatly expanded program of support for faculty interested in developing online courses, says director Nick Baker. A new workshop series, an intensive two-day Online Course Design Institute, a community of practice, and a non-credit Certificate in Online and Open Learning are all in the works.
A two-hour workshop Friday, October 30, will introduce participants to Blackboard Collaborate.
eCampus Ontario portal provides access to more than 13,000 online courses offered by Ontario universities and colleges.
Conferences of undergraduate research are the subject of the University’s first free, open online course.