Monday 3rd June, 2013
10:00am to 10:45am
The Technology Enhanced Learning Program at UVa offers a collaborative venue for faculty to work with instructional designers, support staff and each other to incorporate technology enhanced learning into their courses. This program offers a curriculum for faculty to leverage local resources in the process of learning about technology enhanced teaching.
The presentation will outline how this program was designed and implemented, emphasizing the partnership between UVa?s Sakai support team and designers in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies to work collaboratively with instructors.
Best practice strategies and learning assessments will be discussed, and Sakai?s rich tool set will be explored.
The following strategies were used to integrate meaningful instruction:
Director, Instructional Design
Gail serves as the director of instructional design in the Education Services for the School of Continuing & Professional Studies at UVa. She works closely with faculty who are using Sakai and other instructional technologies for their courses.
UVaCollab User Support Manager
Trisha was the project lead for UVa's transition to Sakai in 2009 and has served as the user support manager since then. She enjoys watching the lightbulb go off in people's eyes as she introduces them to the many features in Sakai that they can use to improve and facilitate their work.
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