• Teaching & Technology Workshop Series
Best Practices in Online and Hybrid Course Design
Tuesday, September 14th, 11am– 12:30pm

Learn how to use national research-based and peer-evaluated guidelines for designing or tweaking your online and hybrid courses. Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist for the Business School will explain the 8 categories of the guideline called the Quality Matters™ rubric, and Jodi Detjen, Management Dept faculty, will show you how she has used the rubric to redesign her course.

Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist, SBS
Jodi Detjen, Instructor, Management, SBS



Computerized Exams—To Be or Not to Be?
Thursday, September 30, 2– 3:30pm

As it becomes more convenient and commonplace to take advanced exams (like GMAT, CPA, etc.) online, it is important that we teach our students how to approach them with confidence. This workshop will explain the importance of computerized exams and their benefits to students and professors, as well as the challenges they pose. The session will include “best practice” ideas the facilitator has gathered over the years.   

Ariel Markelevich, Associate Professor, Accounting



Innovating with Wikis, Blogs, and Technology to Enrich, Engage, and Extend the Student Experience
Tuesday, November 2, 2:00-3:30pm

We will consider technologies available in the university classroom and explore how they create opportunities for innovative approaches to learning. Wikis, blogs, and other technologies can remove time and space constraints, enabling students to collaborate outside the classroom. The technologies also allow for the participation of additional external resources with minimal cost and effort, and empower individuals to tailor courses to their own learning style.
Mitch Weisberg, Lecturer, Department of Strategy & International Business



Better than Bullet Points—Creating Effective Visual Presentations
Tuesday, November 16, 1– 2:30pm

Learn how to create presentation slides in programs like Powerpoint using something other than the oft-used, mind-numbing bullet points. Become familiar with how to represent ideas using images that will connect with your audience.   

Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist, SBS