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Heather Guevara Red Light Photo Welcome and series kick-off!
Heather Guevara kicks off the new year of best practices blog posts. Posted October 4, 2021
sending email Quarterly updates for Fall 2021 1
A list of major updates to the online learning ecosystem for Fall 2021. Posted September 15, 2021
hands on a computer keyboard Prepping for the next academic year
Rondi combines a reading list of options to help you prepare for the coming academic year of online/hybrid/remote learning. Posted June 4, 2021
picture of cat with head on a laptop Creating presence in your online course
Recommendation for an upcoming workshop on creating presence in online classes. Posted April 19, 2021
scrabble tiles spell the word "equity" PeraltaOnlineEquityConference
Register for the first Online Equity Conference. Posted April 5, 2021
Feet balancing on a railroad track Quickpoll Results: Overall, how is remote learning going for you? 1
Academic Advisor Alexa Johnson synthesizes the feedback from the a student quickpoll about how remote courses are going. Posted February 23, 2021
A classroom with empty seats Quickpoll Results: Is maintaining attendance in remote classes challenging? 4
Summarizing student responses to the prompt "Is maintaining attendance in remote classes challenging?" Posted February 8, 2021
a frustrated student working on a laptop Quickpoll Results: What have you struggled with in one of your current classes? 3
Advising coordinator Michelle Luff summarizes results from the student quick poll "What have you struggled with in one of your current classes?" Posted January 26, 2021
Stacie Williams Another way to think about grading feedback 11
A couple of years ago I was teaching about what healthy and unhealthy communication can look like in relationships. And […] Posted January 11, 2021
Hands typing on a laptop Quickpoll Results: What is expected of you
For our next installment in this series, the Online Learning Student Services team wanted to know if students have a […] Posted January 4, 2021