May 25, 2017: Innovatively Using Technology to Enhance Online Learning, Face-to-Face Teaching, and to Infuse Georgetown Values Throughout the Curriculum - TLISI 2017
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The School of Continuing Studies Faculty Directors who have been involved in the development of online courses and taught traditional face-to-face courses discussed the following topics: how their program's experience of designing, developing and teaching online courses has impacted how the program designs, develops, and teaches face-to-face courses; descriptions of tools and teaching techniques that faculty directors have experimented with to facilitate student and teacher interaction in online courses; a framework that the school uses to encourage faculty to think about infusing Georgetown Values into the design and development of online courses; and illustrations of how faculty directors and the online team have attempted to integrate Georgetown values into the design and development of online courses.
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