Effective Online Instruction Webinars
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)
The American Council on Education (ACE)
The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU)
The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC)
The National Association of System Heads (NASH)
The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE)
Invite leaders, faculty and staff across higher education for focused and practical discussions on:
Effective Online Instruction
Higher education has made an astonishing national transition to online learning. Traditional classrooms may be closed across campuses, but class is still in session, as faculty have gone above and beyond to ensure that their students keep learning.
Yet moving a course online—like being assigned to a classroom—is just the start.
Join nationally recognized experts in online teaching and learning for a virtual discussion on best-practices in key areas to ensure quality online instruction for student success.
Flower Darby, Northern Arizona University, author of Small Teaching Online and “How to Be a Better Online Teacher,” published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Kevin Gannon, Grand View University, author of Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto
Ludwika A. Goodson, author of Online Teaching at Its Best
Catherine Haras, Cal State LA, Center for Effective Teaching and Learning
Kevin Kelly, author of Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments
April E. Mondy, Delta State University, Division of Management, Marketing, & Business Administration
Alyson Snowe, Community College of Rhode Island, English Department
Viji Sathy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and Special Projects Assistant to the Dean of Undergraduate Education
Michael Wesch, Kansas State University, author of “Teaching Without Walls: 10 Tips for Online Teaching,” and others
Webinar topics, dates, and times
These one-hour, live webinars will include Q&A with participants and will be recorded and hosted by ACUE.
Implementation resources related to each topic are available at ACUE’s Online Teaching Toolkit.
Additional open educational resources to support effective online teaching are being offered in conjunction with OpenStax.
Financial support for this free and open webinar series is provided by the Charles Koch Foundation.
These free webinars are part of ACUE’s ongoing support to faculty in response to the nation’s unprecedented public health emergency. Learn more about ACUE.