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Sunday, April 15 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Form & Function: Online Teaching and Learning

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Online and hybrid classes are becoming more popular for students and faculty. Some departments are expanding support for development and implementation of online courses to meet student needs and maximize university resources. This panel will explore effective strategies for online teaching and learning. By examining form and function, faculty will present online course design and assessment examples.
Moderator: Judy Oskam, Texas State University
Panelists: Judy Oskam, Texas State University; Developing University and Faculty Support for Online Teaching
Lisa Pecot-Hebert, DePaul University The Pro's and Cons of Technology in Online Learning
Cindie Yanow, Southeast Missouri State University; Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Classes and Hybrid Classes
Joe Sampson, Miami University; Teaching Across Time Zones: Assessing Broadcast Journalism Instruction Online
H. James Gilmore, University of Michigan-Dearborn; Virtual Production & the Creative Challenge of Online Learning
Sherri Ward, University of Central Oklahoma; Building Community Online: Lessons Learned

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Lisa Pecot-Hebert, Ph.D.

Associate Professor/Director, Journalism M.S. Program, University of Southern California
Lisa Pecot-Hébert, Ph.D. has been teaching at the college level for 20 years. She teaches a variety of print, broadcast and multimedia undergraduate and graduate courses and serves as the director of graduate journalism at USC Annenberg. Lisa also serves as the advisor for the USC... Read More →

Sunday April 15, 2012 10:30am - 11:45am PDT
Conference Room 1

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