From the other side of the webcam: Perspectives of a professor as online student

The tables have turned. I am now an online student. My journey through five classes at Oregon State University Learning Experience Design Certificate has begun. I have so much to learn. This experience will not only advance me on my pathway toward an XD specialization, it will enhance my skills as an instructor. This first post marks the beginning of a new era in Online Teaching Tips. This time it’s from the other side of the webcam. #lifelonglearning #onlineteaching #onlineeducation Continue reading…

Sawyer Moss… daughter, student, photographer, budding entrepreneur

Meet Sawyer. Yes, she is our daughter, but she is also a full-time student in business and entrepreneurship at Western Washington University and budding photographer. For more than 6 weeks she has been home helping to run the house while also supporting our teaching efforts from behind the camera. We appreciate her so much and want to celebrate this lovely young woman. Continue reading…

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

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 Continue reading…