Webinar

Supporting Student Success through Faculty Development: The OneHE Approach

Higher education’s pivot to emergency remote teaching during the spring of 2020 further underscored the long-recognized need for scalable and sustainable faculty development that reaches all faculty on a campus, not just a few.

October 13, 2021

Higher education’s pivot to emergency remote teaching during the spring of 2020 further underscored the long-recognized need for scalable and sustainable faculty development that reaches all faculty on a campus, not just a few. AAC&U has now partnered with OneHE to provide affordable faculty development tools that can complement an institution’s existing efforts to offer teaching excellence programming, resources, and community at scale. This webinar explores the OneHE microlearning approach, which leverages James Lang’s notion of “small teaching.” The content development model along with the scope of offerings are shared, and participants hear how campuses are now leveraging OneHE to improve faculty practice in service to student success.

Moderator

  • C. Edward Watson

    Eddie Watson

    Associate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation, AAC&U

Speakers

  • Olivia Fleming: Co-Founder, OneHE

    Olivia Fleming

    Co-Founder, OneHE
  • Lorna Gonzalez

    Lorna Gonzalez

    Director of Digital Learning, CSU - Channel Islands
  • James M. Lang

    James M. Lang

    Presidential Fellow, Eckerd College
  • Courtney Plotts

    Courtney Plotts

    National Chair of the Council For At Risk Student Education and Professional Standards