2020-2021 OER Activities Announced

Please see below the upcoming open educational resources (OER) opportunities available from Minnesota State for faculty and staff for the 2020-2021 academic year. Join the OER Community Site to receive a weekly email of upcoming Network for Educational Development events. The OER Community Site is also where to find OER resources, news, and information on... Continue Reading →

Educational Development Digest: May 2020

Subscribe to the ASA Newsletter Join the Faculty Development Listserv Pivoting from Emergency Remote Teaching to Intentional Online Teaching by Catherine Ford If you could choose one word to describe the last six weeks, what would it be? Chaotic, whirlwind, abrupt, disruptive, or challenging? If so, you are not alone; these have been a few... Continue Reading →

Educational Development Digest: April 2020

Subscribe to the ASA Newsletter | Join the Faculty Development Listserv Pedagogy and Practice Initiatives Update NED Event Highlight Share Your Voice Academic Technology Tips Upcoming Events Using a face to face small group strategy (Jigsaw) in an online environment  Prior to COVID-19, the students in your classes may have spent time moving in and out... Continue Reading →

Register for WeTeach Today

Winona State University is offering a spring section (February 3 – April 2) of WeTeach: Online/Blended Design and Delivery. In this course you will…• DEVELOP your own online teaching skills• LEARN how to use technology more effectively to save time• START to design components for your online/blended course• GAIN an online student perspective• SHARE online... Continue Reading →

Educational Development Digest | November 2019

Formative and Summative Assessment With mid-terms over, you are probably steeped in the second half of the semester. Was the mid-term the first assessment in your course (test, paper, etc.)? These mid-terms often reflect a summative assessment in your course used to certify student competence. Did student learning reflect what you had expected? If yes,... Continue Reading →

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