Are you interested in using technology to enhance your teaching? If so, the Teaching Center invites you to apply to be a Sloan-C Fellow.
The Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) is a group of institutions and organizations committed to quality online education. Many consider Sloan-C to be the gold standard for online pedagogical training. For the third year, the Belmont University Teaching Center, as part of its Pedagogy and Technology Initiative, will secure seats in the Sloan Consortium's high-quality workshops.
Workshop admittance will be awarded to 25 faculty "fellows" from across campus - novices as well as experts. Faculty may teach completely online, or they may simply want to add technology to their face-to-face courses.
A wide selection of workshops will be offered. Examples include: New to Online: The Essentials; Student Satisfaction: Engagement Online; Successful Online Outcomes: Improved Discussions; Student Satisfaction: Flipped Learning Online; Powerpointless: Building More Effective Presentations without PowerPoint; New to Online: Converting Your Course; Embrace Web 2.0 Tools; Enhancing Distance Learning with Audio and Video, and many more! Check out the upcoming Sloan-C 2013 workshop schedule by clicking here. There will be additional workshops in 2014. You may be able to get information from Sloan-C about availability.
To apply to be a Sloan-C Fellow, complete the Sloan-C Fellow Application and return it electronically to Nanci Alsup by 5pm on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.
If you have any questions, please contact Jason Lovvorn.