Oneonta Online Instruction Group Meetings

October 2nd, 2013 | Tags:

The next meetings of the Oneonta Online Instruction Group are Oct. 9, Nov 12 and Dec. 3 at 8 a.m. near Starbucks in the Hunt Student Union. Experienced and beginning online instructors and others involved with the SUNY Online academic community are invited to meet with colleagues to discuss effective online instruction and online instructional support. Topics addressed at the most recent meeting included necessary instructional support for online instruction, and appropriate class size and teaching workload for those who instruct online. The role of online instruction in the SUNY Oneonta academic community and culture were explored.

If you’d like to know more about online instruction at SUNY Oneonta, or if you have experience with online instruction you’d like to share, please join a new group of faculty and staff that will meet five times this semester to exchange thoughts, get updates about Open SUNY, and practice building online instruction modules. Brief discussions will be led by Jennifer Bueche (Human Ecology), Janet Nepkie (Music), Jim Greenberg (Teaching Learning & Technology Center) and others experienced in online instruction. Much of our meeting time will be used to allow group members to practice and to help each other with online teaching abilities. You are invited to use these last three meetings of the semester to gain new understanding and skill with instruction involving technology, and to work with others on campus who have similar interests. For additional information, please contact Jennifer (Jennifer.Bueche@oneonta.edu), Janet (nepkiej@oneonta.edu) or Jim (greenbjb@oneonta.edu).