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JHE A114

Event Contact:

Andrea Colbert-DeGeit

Executive Officer and Executive Assistant to the Dean

Ext. 24900

colbert@mcmaster.ca

This workshop is the second in a series of three workshops that will provide the information and resources needed to begin transitioning your courses and/or programs to blended and online formats. You may participate in one, two, or all three of the workshops, as your interest and availability allow.

Overview

Facilitators:  Christa Morrison, Digital Pedagogy Specialist, MacPherson Institute

                        Chris McAllister, Associate Director, Library Computing & Campus Classroom Technologies, University Library

This workshop will introduce you to the various physical and online learning spaces available at McMaster University.

A light lunch will be provided.

Who should attend?  All faculty who are interested in designing a course or program in a blended or online format.

Speakers

Christa Morrison (M.Phil and post-grad Journalism New Media) is a Digital Pedagogy Specialist with extensive in-class, blended, and online instructional design and teaching experience in Journalism and Business programs. Christa facilitates workshops on Technology Enhanced Teaching and Increasing Student Interactions Online, she collaborates with subject matter experts and media specialists in the design and development of fully online and blended courses, she supports faculty members interested in identifying and implementing innovative social-collaborative pedagogical approaches, and those interested in increasing their or their students’ digital fluency. Christa has created a blended and guided learning experience for faculty interested in making use of Echo360 as a learning space.

Chris McAllister is Manager of Library Computing and Campus Classroom Technologies (or CCT) at McMaster University Library. The CCT team supports a critical campus-wide classroom technology portfolio, servicing over 140 registrar-controlled classrooms. CCT provides a rapid, first-response to instructor requests and technology support.