Collaboration Strategies in Online Course Environments

Seminar Date: July 28, 2014 at 1:00pm

Abstract

The task of online collaboration is daunting, but not impossible. Advancements in communication technologies along with sound pedagogical techniques and clear student expectations can lower the barrier to effective group work online. This session will present strategies, resources, and services designed to assist faculty in implementing collaborative projects online. Ideas and concerns of on-site and remote participants will be solicited. The goal of this interactive session is to create a constructive and practical dialogue with colleagues.


Presenters

Pavel Zemliansky, Ph.D.

Pavel Zemliansky, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of Writing Across the Curriculum
College of Arts and Humanities
University of Central Florida

Dr. Zemliansky has taught writing and rhetoric online and in mixed-mode for over ten years. His courses are highly interactive and often include group projects. In 2013, he won the Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.

John Raible, M.A

John Raible, M.AInstructional Designer
Center for Distributed Learning
University of Central Florida

John Raible is an instructional designer with the Center for Distributed Learning and an Adjunct Professor in the College of Education and Human Performance. He facilitates faculty with the design, development, and delivery of online and mixed-mode courses. His research interests include integrating emerging technologies into the curriculum, ebooks, and universal design for learning.


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