Supporting Online Students & Monitoring Progress
How design, accessibility, and data enhance student support
Online learning requires students to effectively manage their time and workload. Students also learn in different ways. Explore how usability and accessibility can set your students up for success in an online environment. Identify Blackboard and institutional reporting tools to track student progress in your course and reduce attrition. Join this webinar to discuss effective practices for supporting students and increasing student success. This webinar is appropriate for faculty who are new to online teaching or those looking to refresh their student support strategies.
Recall elements related to course design, accessibility, and data.
Identify course design opportunities that support diverse learning styles.
Compare/contrast options for leveraging Blackboard and institutional data to monitor and support students.
NOTE: Technology tools may be discussed or demonstrated as supporting resources when planning or developing an online course. However, specific training for these tools is provided in separate instructional technology events. Please check our events calendar for more details.
This webinar will take place in a Blackboard Collaborate virtual conference room. Use the link below to enter the webinar up to 15 minutes before the start time: http://tiny.cc/FA20
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