Recording in eClass
eClass now has built-in audio and video recording through Poodll, no added software required! Record lectures, create audio-visual assignments, and more.
Campus closed? Out of town? Snowed in? Don’t cancel class! Learn how you can use Zoom, our virtual classroom platform, to share resources and present with full audio and video support.
Putting the Discussion in Forums
Presented by Peter Witkowsky, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English
Peter discusses the lessons he’s learned about using Discussion Forums in traditional and online courses, including how to create incentives for participation, how best to manage the assessment of posts, and how to create an environment for productive conversations.
Presented by Kathy Venable, M.S., M.B.A., Instructor of Mathematics
Kathy shares her best practices in creating an engaging learning environment in a fully online course, such as setting clear expectations for participation, emphasizing the use of academic language, and creating multiple opportunities for peers to collaborate in the course.
Online Art History Course
Presented by Rebecca Glenn, M.A., Adjunct Instructor of Art History
Rebecca, who teaches fully online art history courses at Mount Saint Mary College, shares her strategies and best practices for developing a comprehensive and multimodal experience for her online students.