For those that need to hear this. Rise up. You have already been knocked down. Rinse and repeat.
|Online Portfolio||Personal Brand||COVID19|
|Career Advancement||Creativity, Canva||Self-Advocacy, Self-Promotion|
|Self-Publishing, Blogging||Professional Development||Internship||Social Journalism|
In May 2020 I launched a Professional Pathways microblog series for faculty and students as they navigate their future and evolve professionally. #LifelongLearning #KeepGoing #KeepGrowing
|Online Teaching||User Experience (UX)||#WSUTogether||Teaching from Home|
|Student Engagement||Blackboard||Online Learning||Change Curve|
|Lifelong Learning||Zoom||#MurrowGoesVirtual||WSU Global Campus|
|Virtual Learning||COVID19||Panopto||Virtual Service Learning|
On March 13, 2020 I launched the Online Teaching Tips microblog series. I created the series because of the immediate need for Washington State University faculty to move their in-person classes to 100% online. I have worked in the field of professional communication for more than 25 years. I have been a clinical associate professor of strategic communication at Washington State University for more than eight years. I have more than six years of experience building and managing online courses. In response to #COVID19 and stay-at-home orders, I created this series as a place I can share some of the knowledge I have picked up over the years and insights I continue to acquire through research and experience.
I focus on the needs of WSU faculty and students vs. the general public. I include references to expert resources, best practices, tips and techniques in various subject areas with the goal of providing quick, digestible, and immediately applicable tips.