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Instructional Design and Technology in Education

September 20, 2018
by Heidi Olson
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This One is Going to Need Some Work: Building Relationships Through Difficult Conversations

This QM session was focused on working with faculty on a course review/redesign or evaluation. Listen, Ask questions. The conversation isn’t about you or what you can do, it is about the instructor and the course and what the instructor … Continue reading

April 17, 2017
by Heidi Olson
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Fulfilling UAF Graduation Requirements

Courses supported by eCampus strictly adhere to ┬áthe Faculty Senate guidelines for fulfilling core requirements for baccalaureate degrees. Processes and examples are provided here: Oral Communication Intensive ┬áDesignator Students can engage in public speaking in their home town or surrounding … Continue reading

July 20, 2011
by Heidi Olson
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Extra Credit

I thought this was a great example of a way to get students to do some cognitive learning for extra credit points through something called “second chance exam.” This was taken from a Faculty Focus article: “Revisiting Extra Credit Policies,” … Continue reading