Monthly Archives: March 2010

HowDoI? Recording: How do I have a Course Wiki?

Dr. Bernard Bull provided a group of faculty at the Concordia University Wisconsin Mequon campus with a brief overview of how wiki’s work and an overview of some techniques that you can use to teach with wikis.   You can view the recording and handouts below.  If you would like to find out more about using […]

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Building Rapport in the Online Classroom

On March 10th Bernard Bull and Margie Blodgett presented a webinar on “Building Rapport in the Online Classroom” and now the recording is available.  This insightful webinar  will provide you with tips on subjects such as having clear communication plans, explicit teach about online communication and building an online learning community.  Whether you on a seasoned […]

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-03-14

Free webinar today at 12CST on Building Rapport in the Online Classroom – http://bit.ly/9HWNNg #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-03-14

Free webinar today at 12CST on Building Rapport in the Online Classroom – http://bit.ly/9HWNNg #

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Face to Face Online Course Design Workshop Begins Today

Today marks the start of the first face to face delivery of the online course design workshop.  Led by Alison Caulfield and Mary Delgado, this workshop prepares faculty at Conordia University Wisconsin to design an online course.  During the two day workshop faculty will become aquanted with the university’s mission and the processes used to […]

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-03-07

#lutheraned New Ning Network – Global Lutheran Education – Collaborating with Lutheran educators around the world. http://bit.ly/bwCSlf # #lacanada With Canada Lutheran Administrators – Help me demonstrate the power of Twitter. How can Lutheran educators use Twitter to network? #

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