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Dear CDU Faculty Members:
I hope this email finds you well during the COVID-19 outbreak.
CDU faculty members made a remarkable accomplishment in Spring 2020 that required the online portion of teaching since March 19, 2020.
For accelerating your continuously advancing abilities to use optimally various online education modalities, the CDU Center for Comprehensive Faculty Development and Assessment will launch a series of professional development workshops. For the summer between June and August, we will have opportunities to meet several experts in online teaching and learning facilitation working in different settings. The summer series aims to promote you in enhancing online teaching strategies. Please feel free to forward this message or the outlook calendar invite to staff members who assist various items in CDU educational affairs.
June 3 (Wednesday) at Noon â€“ 1 PM PDT,
Professor Florence Martin, Ph.D., will go over some of the essential theories, perspectives, research findings related to online teaching strategies along with practical examples. She is a Professor in Learning, Design, Technology at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. (Click to see her bio)
Her recent work includes:
- Principal Investigator, Digital Citizenship NSF Project
- Book: Martin, F. & Betrus, A.K.(2019). Digital Media for Learning: Theories, Processes, and Solutions. Springer, Cham, Switzerland.
- Research articles on online learning engagement:
- Martin, F. & Bolliger, D.U. (2018). Engagement matters: Student perceptions on the importance of engagement strategies in the online learning environment. Online Learning Journal, 22(1), 205-222.
- Martin, F., Wang, C., & Sadaf, A. (2018). Student perception of helpfulness of facilitation strategies that enhance instructor presence, connectedness, engagement, and learning in online courses. The Internet and Higher Education, 37, 52-65.
As the speaker permitted, I will record the workshop. The resource will be available for those who have a schedule conflict.
As you intend and commit to improving your capacities, you can do it. In other words, without the necessary conditions, it is predictable to forgive up a chance given in our lives. I hope that you, as an autonomous lifelong learner, can actively engage in the series of opportunities, and can make it more enjoyable. Please bring your burning questions to the speaker.
Eun Mi Park, Ed.D.
Executive Director for Faculty Development and Assessment
Office of the Provost
Tel: 323.563.5886| Fax: 323.563.4835
1731 E. 120th St., Los Angeles, CA 90059