Teaching, Learning, and Assessing in Remote Learning Environments

April 3, 2020
Online, 2:00-3:00 p.m., ET

 

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Learning environments and campus structures are undergoing rapid adaptation. Your plans for your spring and summer courses have been upended. But human cognition and the essentials of how learning works haven’t changed. As you work to maintain quality in the midst of rapid course redesign, don’t let the perfect get in the way of the good. Indeed, there may even be opportunities to reflect on how the challenges you face may actually help illuminate equity issues that could lead to improved learning for all your students. Join us for a conversation about teaching, assignments, learning, and assessment processes with an eye toward maintaining quality and equity in online environments.

 

About Faculty Fridays

Faculty are at the forefront of efforts to create and sustain high-quality, equitable, and inclusive learning environments online. During this unprecedented moment of transformation, AAC&U invites faculty from across the higher education landscape to come together as a virtual community for a weekly “happy hour” with the staff, administrators, and community partners who share and support their commitment student success. Part of AAC&U’s free webinar series, Quality, Equity, and Inclusion during the COVID Crisis, these informal conversations address in real time the issues and concerns raised by participants.

 

CO-HOSTS:

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Assistant Vice President for Research and Assessment and 
Director of VALUE Institute
AAC&U

 

 

 

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Associate Vice President for Quality, Pedagogy and LEAP Initiatives
Office of Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment
and  Chief Information Officer
AAC&U

 

 

PANELISTS:

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Professor of Learning, Design, and Technology &
Associate Department Head of Career and Information Studies
University of Georgia

 

 

 

cumming.gifTammie Lea Cumming 
Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

 

 

 

miller.gifBethany L. Miller 
Director of Institutional Research
Mary Baldwin University

 

 

 

orcutt.gifBonnie Orcutt
Professor of Economics
Worcester State University