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Thursday, June 19 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
CON5.12 – Perspectives on Blended Approaches to Faculty Development (Room A237)

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This panel discussion will focus on key considerations for creating blended faculty development programs. More specifically, we discuss our experiences as an assistant director, educational developer, instructional designer, and educational technology consultant who collaborated to create a Certificate in Blended and Online Teaching and Learning which was offered in a blended format. We address this experience to consider how bringing our various perspectives together with faculty feedback from past development programs shaped the decisions we made along the way. Our shared goal as we collaborated on this project was to build a program that would transform a faculty learning group into a learning community. Each panelist will address two key points: (1) their personal motivation in joining this project and (2) their biggest success or challenge in designing this program. Faculty and instructors who took part in the program will be present in the audience in order to address additional questions that may arise during the discussion with the audience.


Thursday June 19, 2014 11:30am - 12:20pm
A237 McArthur Hall

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