Preparing for the Second Wave of Hybrid/Online Teaching


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Thu, May 14, 2020

3:45 PM – 4:45 PM EDT Cate LaPlante, curriculum design specialist at Siena, on how online learning supports problem based, experiential, & student-centered work.

About this Event

We all participated in a mad rush to throw our courses online this spring. As we prepare for summer and fall online and hybrid plans, how can we think differently about how we teach to translate to the online experience? Cate LaPlante has helped countless faculty move to online and hybrid teaching and has a wealth of information to share with us on how online learning can support problem based, experiential, and student-centered pedagogy.

The discussion is open to all. You must register in order to receive the zoom link. Please invite your colleagues and friends from other institutions as well. We hope to make these discussions interactive and engaging. Bring a snack or a drink of your choosing!

These discussions are made possible because of the Community Campus Collaborative a group of 10 regional campuses working together to engage the college campuses and the community. Those colleges include: HVCC, SCCC, Siena College, St. Rose, The Sage Colleges, Union, UAlbany, Skidmore, and Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.


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