Featured Workshop: Online Collaborative Tools
Collaborating in a virtual space requires creativity very different from face to face group work or interactive activity planning. Here we review some online tools that are fun, interesting and high impact for both students and other virtual groups. Even though preparation of content is different across disciplines, there are some basic similarities in terms of content delivery that are available for free and are engaging for our online students and faculty who wish to collaborate across different time zones and physical space.
Facilitated by Jennifer Gebelein, Director of Online Learning in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Schedule & Registration
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Room: GL 220