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“Online Teaching Tips” Roundup: The Collection

Online Teaching Tips - The Collection

First launched on Mar 11, 2020, “Online Teaching Tips” was created at the dawn of #COVID19 in response to WSU faculty needs as they moved in-person classes online. The journey continues. This is my collection. #OneWSU #WSUTogether #WAZZOOM #MurrowGoesVirtual #OnlineCougs #GoCougs

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You survived. Now reflect. 5 simple questions to ask yourself [template]

Online Teaching Tips - Pause, Reflect, Act

As we near the end of this journey of moving our in-person classes online, I encourage faculty to take the time to pause, reflect, act – a simple exercise that will not only help you process all you have experienced, but help you improve and evolve as we move forward into the next chapter of life. #Template provided. #MurrowGoesVirtual #WSUTogether #onlineteaching

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Mini User Design (UX) Case Study: In-Person to Online During COVID19

Online Teaching Tips - Mini UX Design Case Study

After attending a user experience (UX) design boot camp over the weekend, I was inspired to create my first Adobe XD project featuring a personal journey mini UX design case study about the process of transferring my in-person classes to online during COVID19. #MurrowGoesVirtual #WSUTogether #UXDesign

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Almost There… 5 Tips to Keep Moving Forward

Online Teaching Tips - Staying Fresh

Counting finals week, we have just over two weeks left of spring semester. Despite the fatigue, I want to uplift faculty and encourage you to not lose momentum! Here are 5 tips for keeping it fresh and #keepmovingforward. You are almost there. #KeepGoing #OneWSU #WSUTogether #MurrowGoesVirtual

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Murrow Transitions – a discussion about the impact of moving classes online

Online Teaching Tips - Murrow Transitions

On Apr 16 “Murrow Minutes Goes Virtual” hosted a discussion about the impact of moving classes online. I was honored to share my journey alongside two Murrow Ambassadors. It was great we could provide multiple perspectives. #MurrowGoesVirtual #WAZZOOM #OneWSU #GoCougs

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Breaking it down: In-person vs. online course delivery [infographic]

Online Teaching Tips - in person vs. online course delivery

With #StayHomeStayHealthy mandates, we must continue to navigate best practices in distance delivery of courses. Here is a breakdown of in-person vs. online course delivery, as well as pros and cons of distance learning [infographic] #MurrowGoesVirtual #onlineteaching #distancelearning

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Mar 11-Apr 12… Reflections & Moving Forward

Online Teaching Tips - Keep Going

As we head into the fourth week of 100% online course delivery, I took some time today to reflect and contemplate what’s next. 3 weeks down and 4 to go. Stay present, build community, and find creativity in chaos. #KeepGoing #MurrowGoesVirtual #OneWSU

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A new way to create, collaborate & engage: Padlet

Teaching Tidbits - Padlet

Are you looking for new ways to get students to engage during your live Zoom sessions? Try @padlet. Here are 10 of my favorite applications of a fun tool! #studentengagement #MurrowGoesVirtual

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Integrating Zoom with Blackboard: 3 Quick Steps

Teaching Tidbits - Zoom Meets Blackboard

Zoom meets Blackboard – a new essential partnership for WSU faculty. Here are 3 quick steps for setting it up. #WAZZOOM #Blackboard #Zoom #onlineteaching #MurrowGoesVirtual

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Best-laid plans of Zoom and engagement often go awry

Online Teaching Tips - 3 weeks in

We are all familiar with the “best-laid plans” proverb. At the end of week 3 my lessons learned and journey of adjustments continue. Read on, laugh with me, and maybe gain a few insights along the way. #WAZZOOM #One WSU #GoCougs

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