Friday, August 29, 2014

UW-Stout Students: 2000 self-paced online courses available now


Lynda.com is a constantly growing library of more than 2,000 self-paced online courses. This diverse catalog includes software training, programming lessons and even “concept” tutorials on topics such as design and photography.
Since Lynda.com is now integrated with your UW-Stout account, it can recognize you, maintain a learning transcript and make certificates available for your professional purposes.
Online students (and teachers) go to school 'in a computer'. Gaining technology skills is part of the double loop effect of online classes. You learn the curriculum and you begin to master the communications technology that allows you to be present with your students.
We don't expect the graduate students in the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate to be technical wizards. We do encourage independent learning and the confident attitude that "I can learn this."  
One service we provide to students is 27/7 access to the superb video based online self-paced courses provided by Lynda.com.  This is available to all UW-Stout students who currently have an email account.  You DO NOT have to be registered in a class this semester to access Lynda.com.
Our online classes begin mid September. Now is a good time to brush up on your software

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Register before Labor Day - UW-Stout E-Learning and Online Teaching



University of Wisconsin Stout

There are only a few openings left in the courses that begin in September.  Register before Labor Day to reserve your place:

EDUC 760 E-learning for the Online or Blended Classroom
September 16 - November 8, 2014
EDUC 762 Assessment in E-Learning
September 15 - November 7, 2014
September 29 - November 21, 2014
EDUC 763 Instructional Design for E-Learning
September 15 - November 7, 2014
Creating Collaborative Communities in E-Learning
September 22 - November 14, 2014
For those who have completed the previous four classes.
EDUC 764 E-Learning Practicum
September 15 - November 8, 2014
Take Direct action and Register Online (No registration fee)
http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/register.cfm
Tuition
The university tuition for 2014-2015 is $415 per graduate credit ($1245 per reading course). No tuition is due at the time of registration. 10% is due in mid-September with the balance due in mid-October.
Seven year time limit
There is a seven year time limit to complete the five courses in the E-Learning Certificate based on the date you begin your first course. If you wish to apply the credits you earn in the e-learning certification as electives in our Master of Science in Education degree program, the same seven year time limit applies.
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Questions??
Feel free to email me, Dennis O'Connor - oconnord@uwstout.edu  or call my cell at 530-318-1145.
I hope to hear from you before the Labor Day Holiday.

I look forward to learning with you,

Dennis

Dennis O'Connor
Program Advisor
E-Learning & Online Teaching
School of Education
Online Professional Development
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Wisconsin's Polytechnic University
530-318-1145 (Cell)

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Audio Feedback: Streamline Your Online Assesment

Tech Tips Newsletter
August 13, 2014
Editor: Karen Franker
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In this issue...

1. Register for a Fall Online Course
2. Creating Audio Feedback
3. Tech Tip: Using Vocaroo to Make Voice Recordings
4. Assessment in E-Learning: Our Featured Course
Registration is Open for Fall Online Courses
Meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification.

List of Online Courses with Openings

Register Online 
Sign up today to reserve a spot. 10% of the tuition is due in mid-September with the balance due in October.    
Creating Effective Audio Feedback
Explore the benefits of incorporating audio feedback to build stronger instructor-learner connections. Discover free audio tools that quickly record comments-- often in less time than it takes to write them.
‘Speaking to Students’ with Audio Feedback
Debbie Morrison explains how to use a voice recorder app and Evernote to provide meaningful and useful feedback.  
My Test Run with Audio Feedback
Melissa Venable describes seven audio recording tools including Audacity and Screencast-o-Matic, and offers four “lessons learned” including privacy and file size issues.  
Using Asynchronous Audio Feedback to Enhance Teaching Presence and Students’ Sense of Community(PDF)
Philip Ice and others share results of a study which found that students who received audio feedback “overwhelmingly” preferred audio over written feedback, and felt it increased perceptions of instructor caring as well as sense of involvement in the course.  
Audio- the Personal Touch in Online Courses
Alastair Creelman reports on a study by Cavanaugh and Song which found that students in a composition course were more positive about receiving audio versus written feedback. Instructors tended to provide more global commentary via audio and more local commentary via written feedback.  
Teacher’s Visual Guide on Giving Audio Feedback to Students on Google Drive
Med Kharbach provides the steps to add audio comments to any Google document.  
Kaizena Adds Support for Giving Audio Feedback on Google Presentations
Richard Byrne describes how the Kaizena tool embedded in Google Drive allows instructors to add audio comments to Google presentations.  
Using Audio Feedback – Case Study (video 8:09 minutes)
Simon McIntyre describes the strategies he uses to effectively incorporate audio feedback in his courses.   
Tech Tip: Using Vocaroo to Make Voice Recordings 
(video 2:41 minutes)
Richard Byrne shows how to use the free Web-based recording tool Vocaroo to create audio recordings and export hyperlinked files, QR codes, MP3, or WAV files.    
Featured Online Course




EDU 762 900 Assessment in E-Learning - 3 graduate credits
http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/assessonlineclass.cfm

September 15 - November 7, 2014
Instructor: Jim Erbe
  • Experience audio and video options that save time grading assignments and increase quality feedback.
  • Improve your online teaching effectiveness with hands-on practice using online assessment tools.
  • Sharpen your discussion facilitation and improve student engagement.
  • Understand how to quickly detect, document, and minimize plagiarism in the online classroom.
  • Learn to create strong learning objectives, concise rubrics, and effective assessments for groups and individuals.
List of Online Courses

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University of Wisconsin - Stout
Phone: (715) 642-0209

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Prepare for teaching in blended or virtual online classrooms or training in elearning settings.

Graduate Certificate Program! 

Prepare to be a Great Online Teacher

Develop and enhance your online teaching skills.

Teach online from anywhere as a highly effective e-learning professional.

Hone your skills to compete in a rapidly growing job market! 

Review our homepage for all the details: MORE

COURSES

This is the introductory course in the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate, is an approved elective in the online Master of Science in Education degree program, and is open as an individual course to students seeking professional development.
EDUC 761 Creating Collaborative Communities in E-learning 3 graduate credits NOTE: This is the fourth in the series of five required courses.
EDUC 764 E-Learning Practicum 3 graduate credits
Prerequisite: Successful completion with a 3.0 gpa in EDUC 760, 761, 762, 763 and Consent of Instructor.

TUITION
The university tuition is $415 per graduate credit ($1245 per course) for 2014. The tuition for this program is the same fee for in-state and non-Wisconsin residents. There is no registration fee to reserve a spot
HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE
There is no application form and no transcripts are required to register. Simply complete the easy, no-hassle secure online registration form at:  http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/register.cfm 

STUDENT SERVICES 

  • Free e-textbooks are provided when you login to the courses.  
  • Free access to LYNDA.COM self-paced video tutorials to help develop software skills useful to any educator or trainer.  
  • Free access to Brainfuse eTutoring, an on-demand system, enhanced with live tutoring support in a number of subjects including writing, computers, and technology.

No travel to campus is required. The courses are totally online. You will be able to complete everything electronically from registration to course advisement to accessing the library research articles via the distance learning library databases.  


The courses are designed for both experienced educators and those interested in entering the field of online teaching.

Set your goals. Change your future. Enroll Today.



Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Cell Phones and Daggers: Moocs, Disruption and Change

Moocs are disruptive. 

Open education is disruptive.

The traditional gatekeepers of knowledge are losing their leverage.  Will the ripple effect of major universities 'opening' their virtual doors to students from around the world knock over the dominoes of change? 

I hope so. 

I see a world where access to information makes lives better. Moocs make lives better for those with the self-guided learning skills needed to learn independently.

Free (or almost free) access to reliable, expert curated information is a miraculous opportunity for anyone literate enough to take advantage of a MOOC.  

Combine inexpensive mobile technology with the archived course content available right now, add translation software and satellite bandwidth and the possibility of reaching across the globe into the most remote spots on the planet becomes real.  

Information brings change. Inexpensive and reliable information is a powerful disruptive agent. 

A telling example of this kind of change can be seen happening right now in one of the most war torn corners of the planet. 

Mulukan Ayalu, who may be the busiest man in Dalifagi (Paul Salopek, 2013) http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com/files/2013/01/Paul-Salopek-Oasis3-1024x683.jpg

This story by Paul Salopek, of an electronic oasis certainly 'disrupted' my thinking: http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com/2013/01/28/electronic-oasis/ 

The open education based free access to knowledge aspects of MOOCs inspire me. The short term disruption of my online world unsettles me.  

Not a bad place for an educator to be.

~ Dennis

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Our Favorite Blogs: Last Call for Summer Classes

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1. Last Chance to Sign Up for June and July Online Courses
2. Our Favorite Blogs
3. Tech Tip: 10 Best Tips for Editing Video like a Pro                                                                                                                                     
Final Call for Late June and July Online Courses
Meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification.

Register Online for a Course Starting in Late June or July 
Sign up today to reserve a spot. No payment is due until July 16th.
The following classes still have a few openings:

Our Favorite Blogs
This summer explore the best blogs that focus on innovative teaching and learning through thought-provoking posts. Discover some new favorites to add to your RSS feeds and bookmarks.
Online Learning Insights
Debbie Morrison’s blog provides consistently thoughtful, well-researched observations about online and open education. Recent topics include: helping students to be successful online, learner-centric course design, and MOOC expectations vs. realities.
Te@chThought
Terry Heick connects K-20 educators with tips and resources to support the implementation of innovative learning that results in substantive personal and social change. Recent topics include: flipped teacher professional development, habits that make thinkers, and teaching with video games.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Med Kharbach focuses on the reviews, tips, tutorials, and guides for effectively integrating technology in the classroom. Popular recent topics include: body language tips for presentations, plagiarism detection tools, and Web tools for end-of-school-year activities.
MindShift: How We Will Learn
Tina Barseghian’s blog examines the future of learning, including cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research, and educational policy. Recent topics include: student data issues, transparent school culture, and what makes learning stick.
EmergingEdTech
Kelly Walsh explores the evolving use of technologies in education and their impact on student success. Regular features include guest posts from technologists as well as Friday “tweet wrap” synopses of the week’s tech tips. Popular posts include: 3D printing, 3 steps to voice-over PowerPoints, and adaptive learning tools.
Hybrid Pedagogy
Jesse Stommel’s scholarly blog is a digital journal which connects discussions of critical pedagogy, digital pedagogy, and online pedagogy between K-12 and higher education faculty. The blog is unique in inviting readers to submit articles and participate in a collaborative peer review process with the editorial board. Recent topics include: Net neutrality and increasing engagement in high-enrollment classes.
E-Learning Industry
Christopher Pappas and others share articles of particular interest to instructional designers. This e-learning community site also includes job postings. Recent article topics include: storyboarding scenarios, gesture-based interactions, and assessing the ROI of e-learning.    
Tech Tip: 10 Best Tips for Editing Video like a Pro
Kari Mulholland provides examples of ten excellent video editing tips to keep in mind for a polished and professional final product.   
List of additional online courses starting in September 2014

Register Online!
Request More Information Online 
Phone: 715-642-0209
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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Assessment in E-Learning: Online Graduate Class - UW-Stout

EDUC 762 Assessment in E-Learning

Online Course 3 semester hours graduate credit
Tuition and Registration
Choose one section:
Summer:
EDUC 762 961 June 16 - August 8, 2014 Instructor: Datta Kaur Khalsa
Fall:
EDUC 762 900 September 15 - November 7, 2014 Instructor:Jim Erbe
EDUC 762 900 September 29 - November 21, 2014 Instructor:Datta Kaur Khalsa
Improve your online efficiency and teaching effectiveness with hands-on practice using online assessment tools. Sharpen your discussion facilitation and improve student engagement. Understand how to quickly detect, document, and minimize plagiarism in the online classroom. Includes writing strong learning objectives that address higher order thinking, concise rubrics for evaluating achievement of those objectives, and methods for assessing individual and group activities. Experience voice and video technology options that save time grading while increasing the amount of quality feedback. Learn to use blogs and wikis as evidence of learning.

Description

Performance-based assessment, summative and formative feedback methods to assess student learning in the online classroom.
This course is an approved elective in the Master of Science in Education online degree program and is one of the required courses for individuals pursuing the Graduate Certificate in E-Learning and Online Teaching.
NOTE: You may enroll in this individual course to meet your goals for professional development, license renewal, or to complete graduate credits and transfer to another university.

Textbook

All readings will be provided online. There is no required textbook.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate development and use of academic standards across the curriculum and application of standards and objectives in online classroom assessment and evaluation.
  2. Analyze the assessment process including types of evaluations, the relationship of assessment to learning, institutional and curriculum objectives, online testing, high stakes testing, corporate assessment framework (CAF) and standardized testing.
  3. Apply mapping to align assessment to learning outcomes, develop rubric criteria and select appropriate online assessment.
  4. Apply current research and technology tools to create authentic assessment, discourse analysis, self and peer evaluation, rubrics, online surveys, tests and quizzes for self-paced tutorials.
  5. Value fairness and adapt e-learning assessments appropriately for diverse populations of students, including students with exceptionalities.
  6. Evaluate and utilize appropriate technology tools including electronic gradebooks, calendars, spreadsheets and e-portfolios.
  7. Demonstrate research-based practices for choosing assessment models and apply plagiarism detection tools and support ethics, community building and team trust that help prevent cheating.

Alignment with Teaching Standards

Course objectives are aligned with the following teaching standards:
Wisconsin Standards for Teacher Development and Licensure (WI DPI) 3, 8
International Society for Technology in Education Standards for Teachers (NETS-T) 2d, 5a, 5c

Content Outline

Module 1: Why is Assessment Important?
Module 2: Emerging Practices of Online Assessment
Module 3: Perfect E-Storm
Module 4: Variety of Assessment Tools
Module 5: Taxonomy of Assessment
Module 6: Cybercoaching - an Emerging Model
Module 7: Summative Assessment
Module 8: Discourse Analysis
No travel to campus is required. Because this class is online and open to you 24/7, you may participate from your home or work computer during hours that are flexible and convenient for your work and family schedule and responsibilities.
The class is highly interactive with a significant discussion component. All discussion postings, projects and assignments will be submitted via the course discussion board and dropbox. Activities are conducted according to a schedule with specific due dates each week; there are no required "live" chat sessions.

SIGN UP SOON!

The School of Education reserves the right to cancel classes that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements.

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University of Wisconsin - Stout Menomonie, WI 54751
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Monday, May 26, 2014

Checklist for Online Instructors

Checklist for Online Instructors


This resource offers best practices in online instruction from the online teaching staff at the University of Wisconsin-Stout Online Professional Development Department.

The checklist presents best practices in online teaching. Included are essential ideas for all online instructors during all stages of an online course.
  • What do you do before the class starts?
  • What should be accomplished during the first week of class?
  • What expectations should be met during the class?
  • How do you make the most of your last week of class?
Each stage includes checklists for: 
  • Managerial Expectations
  • Social Expectations
  • Pedagogical / Instructional Design Expectations.
  • Technical Expectations
This resource captures the wisdom of our online teaching team! It was developed to help all new online instructors at University of Wisconsin-Stout as well as the interns in our E-Learning Practicum Classes.

This is the talk we walk.  It is important to have a reference we can give to new online instructors. We summarized all of the field smarts developed by our online staff over the years.

We would love to hear more suggestions for online instructor best practices. 

Have you any resources or ideas to share?

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

UW-Stout E-Learning and (Blended) Online Teaching

Register today for Summer and Fall Classes!

Elearning and Online Teaching (Blended) Graduate Certificate University of Wisconsin-Stout

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Tips and Policies to Support Safe Social Media Use (From Karen Franker at UW-Stout

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1. Sign Up for a June Online Course
2. Tips and Policies to Support Safe Social Media Use
3. Tech Tip: How to Create Quick Video Presentations and Tutorials with Movenote


Sign Up for a June Online Course
Are you looking for a course to meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification?
 
 
 
Tips and Policies to Support Safe Social Media Use
 
Explore social media policies and security tips for protecting students’ privacy and data when using blogs, wikis, Twitter, Facebook, and other online sites.
Perry D. Drake offers tips to enjoy the educational potential of social media while being mindful of FERPA guidelines. Included are six rules for classroom social media engagement, as well as the two most important things to keep in mind when using any type of social media with students.
Kevin Smith suggests four steps to mitigate potential FERPA and educational records issues when using social media in the classroom.
Jessy Irwin provides five tips for protecting data in social media accounts including: don’t change passwords until vulnerable sites are fixed, don’t access Web sites through email links, and use password managers to generate and store more secure passwords.
 
Sarah Brooks describes the key considerations for safe use of social media tools including: clearly-articulated privacy policies and the use of education-specific alternatives to mass market social media tools.
 
Katie Lepi provides a sample template for the creation of a K-12 acceptable use policy that incorporates social media.
 
Social Media Guidance for Teachers – UW-Stout
UW-Stout’s social media guidelines provide six key areas for faculty to share with students, including: safe posting outside the learning management system, protection of personal information, and indication of planned social media use within the syllabus.
 
 
Tech Tip: Create Quick Video Presentations and Tutorials with Movenote
Movenote is an excellent free online tool that allows students and faculty to easily create video-narrated slide presentations for flipped, blended, and online classes.
 
 
 
 
Final Call for Online Courses Beginning on June 9
Register now to reserve a spot. 

Instructional Design for E-Learning June 9 - August 1, 2014
 
Assessment in E-learning June 9 -August 1, 2014
 

Effective Classroom Management June 9 - July 18, 2014

Reading in the Content Areas K-12 June 9 - August 22, 2014
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Saturday, April 26, 2014

E-Learning for Educators: Summer / Fall Schedule

University of Wisconsin Stout Online

Enroll for Summer or Fall 2014!


Summer:
EDUC 760 960 June 16 - August 8, 2014
EDUC 760 961 June 30 - August 22, 2014

Fall:
EDUC 760 900 September 16 - November 8, 2014
or EDUC 760 901 October 6 - November 28, 2014

This course introduces educators to the realities of teaching online. The course provides a hands-on overview of the best practices and key tools of online instruction that will enhance the online teaching skills of  educators/trainers. These tools-- including creation and facilitation of discussion forums, online surveys and quizzes, and  professional e-portfolios-- are explored here and covered in depth in subsequent courses.

Check out our Syllabus

Friday, April 11, 2014

Enroll NOW for Summer & Fall 2014 Classes: UW-Stout E-Learning and Online Teaching

Enroll today in our E-Learning and Online Teaching 

Graduate Certificate Program! 

Prepare to be a Great Online Teacher

Develop and enhance your online teaching skills.
Teach online from anywhere as a highly effective e-learning professional.

Hone your skills to compete in a rapidly growing job market!  Review our homepage for all the details: Program Home.


 EDUC 760 E-learning for Educators 3 graduate credits
This is the introductory course in the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate, is an approved elective in the online Master of Science in Education degree program, and is open as an individual course to students seeking professional development.
EDUC 761 Creating Collaborative Communities in E-learning 3 graduate credits NOTE: This is the fourth in the series of five required courses.
EDUC 764 E-Learning Practicum 3 graduate credits
Prerequisite: Successful completion with a 3.0 gpa in EDUC 760, 761, 762, 763 and Consent of Instructor.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Voice Thread Tech Tips from UW-Stout

Tech Tips Newsletter
April 8, 2014
Editor: Karen Franker
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In this issue...

1. Sign Up for a Summer Online Course
2. How to Create Collaborative Learning Experiences with VoiceThread
3. Tech Tip: How to Add Your Own Slide to a VoiceThread (Video)


Sign Up for a Summer Online Course
Are you looking for a course to meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification?
 
 
 
Creating Collaborative Learning Experiences with VoiceThread
Discover the multiple uses of VoiceThread in flipped and traditional classrooms, and explore how this versatile tool can increase motivation and assess learning.
 
Technology Forum: VoiceThread (PDF)
Amy Brusini at Johns Hopkins University provides an overview of VoiceThread – what it is, who is using it, why it matters, and how it can be used.
 
The University of North Carolina ITS Teaching and Learning staff share sample Voicethread presentations including: explaining a process, interpreting a work of art, and analyzing photographic evidence.
 
Listen, Watch, and Read: Using VoiceThread for Assessing Student Reading
Jeremy Sarachan describes how VoiceThread can provide a refreshing and creative new way for students to orally respond to discussion questions.
 
Whitney Kilgore explains how the ARCS motivational design model, when used with VoiceThread, stimulates critical thinking and provides students with an opportunity to use their own voices.
Using VoiceThread to Create an Interactive Syllabus
Michelle Pacansky-Brock’s presentation walks viewers through an innovative syllabus via VoiceThread.
Diversifying Instruction in Large Lecture Classes with VoiceThread (Video: 52:41 minutes)
Skim Michelle Pacansky-Brock’s Webinar for terrific tips on using VoiceThread to build an effective and collaborative classroom community, even in very large lecture-based courses.
VoiceThread Digital Library
The official VoiceThread site contains a library of successful projects organized by subject area.
Michelle Pacansky-Brock’s excellent VoiceThread resource page 
VoiceThread Participation Rubric by Michelle Pacansky-Brock
 
 
Tech Tips
 
 
 
Register for May, June and July Online Courses
 
List of all Summer and Fall 2014 Online Courses
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