Making online lectures interactive and memorable

Making online lectures interactive and memorable
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In this 45 minute online session, we will explore ways we can use Collaborate Ultra, Miro, and other digital tools to enhance presence, performance, and participation in the online classroom.

We’ll be using Garrison & Vaughn’s Community of Inquiry model and the three forms of presence – Social, Cognitive & Teaching – to frame our discussion and activities. If you’re not familiar with the Community of Inquiry you can watch this short 4 minute YouTube video.

  • Date: Thursday 14th October
  • Time: 11.00-11.45
  • Location: Collaborate Ultra
  • Facilitator: Lee Leewis

The session is part of our new Blend-it Live Events Series. Register: How to make online lectures interactive and memorable.

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