Wednesday, 29 January, 2014
Are you uncertain about choosing tools for online course activities that involve communication and collaboration? How will you communicate with your students, and how will your students communicate with you and with each other? Wikis, blogs, and discussion boards are great communication and collaboration tools, but it's important to choose tools according to the pedagogical goals you intend to achieve. For example, do you intend to have your students debate and discuss, reflect and review, or collaborate and synthesize? This session will feature two faculty presenters to guide the discussion.
As we kick off the Spring 2014 IT Community of Practice (ITCoP), OIT invites UTK faculty to bring "brown bag" lunches and join this sure-to-be-lively discussion on January 29, 2014 in the John C. Hodges Library Commons Practice Presentation Room (220E) from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
Visit the ITCoP website to view a list of monthly presentations this Spring and recordings from Fall 2013.