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  • Consider Open Educational Resource (OER) Adoption for Spring

    USM M.O.S.T. initiative highlights advantages for students
    As the fall semester winds down and you begin turning your attention to spring 2021, I would like to encourage you to think about adopting Open Educational Resources (OER) for your spring...
    Posted: November 20, 2020 11:20 AM
  • GO Chat Recap: The Future of Online Learning at UMBC

    Here's what you missed from our Go Online Chat!
    Last week, GO Chat closed out our celebration of National Distance Learning Week by welcoming Yvette Mozie-Ross, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Planning, and Beth Jones, Associate Vice...
    Posted: November 20, 2020 11:18 AM
  • GO Chat Recap: Badging & Micro-credentialing

    Here's what you missed from our Go Online Chat!
    Last week, we welcomed Sherri Braxton, Senior Director of Instructional Technology, as our inaugural guest on GO Chat to talk about her work on campus and beyond the loop for badging and...
    Posted: October 23, 2020 10:50 AM
  • National Distance Learning Week 2020 Lunchtime Series

    Surviving to Thriving: Rocking the New Normal of e-Learning
    One in four students take some of their courses online, and two-thirds do so at a public institution in the same state where they live (Allen, Seaman, Pouline, & Straut, 2016; Allen &...
    Posted: October 13, 2020 5:48 PM
  • National Distance Learning Week 2019 Lunchtime Series

    Learn about ADP, Ultra, Panopto, Ally, accessibility, OERs
    One in four students take some of their courses online, and two-thirds do so at a public institution in the same state where they live (Allen, Seaman, Pouline, & Straut, 2016; Allen &...
    Posted: October 16, 2019 12:20 PM
  • National Distance Learning Week Lunchtime Series

    Learn about ADP, Collaborate, Panopto, accessibility, Ultra
    One in four students take some of their courses online, and two-thirds do so at a public institution in the same state where they live (Allen, Seaman, Pouline, & Straut, 2016; Allen &...
    Posted: October 25, 2018 2:56 PM