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At year’s end, hosts Kelvin and Tom are joined by an interactive group of past guests and regular listeners to identify some lessons learned from 2021 as we plan for the new year ahead. See how your perspectives relate to theirs.This is a great episode to share with a colleague and discuss together!

Ashley Taylor, M.F.A., Lecturer in the School of Visual Arts and Design, College of Arts and Humanities, was awarded the 2021 Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching by the Dziuban Award Faculty Review Committee and the Center for Distributed Learning (CDL). Professor Taylor received this award for demonstrating excellence in online teaching in her course, GRA2101C Introduction to Computer Art.

Hosts Tom and Kelvin explore the various perspectives represented in the “Cameras-On vs. Cameras-Off Debate” with an eye toward finding common ground and actionable insights for designing effective synchronous online sessions beyond the emergency ad hoc remote instruction era.

While specialists in online education, such as instructional designers and administrative leaders, help carry out online courses and programs strategically, it is the faculty whose voice, wisdom, and human connections make online learning successful. In this episode, hosts Kelvin and Tom discuss the importance of this faculty voice and valuing.