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MLC 372

In the drop-in work session, eLC consultants will be available to assist as you work on your course independently. There is no formal instruction in this session, but we can assist you with eLC tasks such as setting up your gradebook, customizing your homepage, adding and managing course content, and creating assignments and assessments. There are no prerequisites, however it may be helpful to have had an eLC Introduction Workshop. Details

Event Type: eLC Workshops

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MLC 372

In the drop-in work session, eLC consultants will be available to assist as you work on your course independently. There is no formal instruction in this session, but we can assist you with eLC tasks such as setting up your gradebook, customizing your homepage, adding and managing course content, and creating assignments and assessments. There are no prerequisites, however it may be helpful to have had an eLC Introduction Workshop. Details

Event Type: eLC Workshops

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North Instructional Plaza MALL

Calling on the experiences of veteran FYO faculty as well as Dee Fink’s research on significant learning experiences, participants in this interactive session will examine best practices in how to design and structure a successful FYO course. Faculty will leave with practical pre-planning steps for their FYO course as well as a group-developed list of "top 10 things to do” with FYO students. Details

Event Type: FYO Workshops

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MLC 372

In the drop-in work session, eLC consultants will be available to assist as you work on your course independently. There is no formal instruction in this session, but we can assist you with eLC tasks such as setting up your gradebook, customizing your homepage, adding and managing course content, and creating assignments and assessments. There are no prerequisites, however it may be helpful to have had an eLC Introduction Workshop. Details

Event Type: eLC Workshops

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MLC Reading Room

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at the University of Georgia, Dr. Russell J. Mumper developed and taught, by lecturing, the majority of a Pharmaceutics course to pharmacy students in a PharmD program for over a decade (2000-2011). In 2012, Dr. Mumper stopped lecturing and “flipped” the entire course. Of the 162 students, 22 students attended the course synchronously via video-teleconference from two satellite campuses (15 from Asheville and 7 from Elizabeth City) while the remaining 140 students met in a large lecture hall in Chapel Hill. Self-paced online videos using Echo360 classroom capture were off-loaded and the classroom was redesigned for active learning. Dr. Mumper also committed to better assess student learning and march up “Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.” Details

Event Type: Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshops, Speaker Series