Supporting Student Success in Online Courses

The first post in The Best in Online Teaching Series Whether you’re a seasoned online instructor or just getting started in the world of online teaching, all of us have the same goal: student success. Three key practices can support student success in your online course: clear and structured course design, visible instructor presence, and Read more about Supporting Student Success in Online Courses[…]

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Digital Literacy or Fluency?

I’m at the AdobeMAX conference in Los Angeles. Yesterday, on a Sunday no less, I spent a day with 280 other folks from higher education institutions learning and sharing about digital literacy.  But one of the presenters challenged us to think about what the difference is between literacy and fluency. Let’s take a look at Read more about Digital Literacy or Fluency?[…]

Digital Literacy

Digital literacy is the updated version of information literacy.  Around the turn of the century, information literacy skills included how to turn on a computer, save a file, open a program, as well as finding information and using it to support research.  With the creation of smartphones, social media, and mobile everything, these have morphed Read more about Digital Literacy[…]

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Courses Taught or Teaching

Graduate Current: IMAT639 – Internet Multimedia Applications, Masters of Information Science, University of Maryland University College Past: EDT5410 – Introduction to Educational Technology, Educational Leadership, Research, and Technology, Western Michigan University (WMU) EDT6420 – Design and Development for Learning, Educational Leadership, Research, and Technology, Western Michigan University (WMU) EDT6430 – Fundamentals of Online Learning, Educational Read more about Courses Taught or Teaching[…]