This post highlights a special invitation from Kim Kenward, Instructional Designer, in IDeL:
Join our GVSU Online & Hybrid Faculty Learning Community!
Whether you’ve been teaching online or hybrid courses for several years, or just getting ready to start your first semester teaching hybrid or online, all levels of expertise are welcome to join the “Online and Hybrid Learning Community”. We have three learning communities (one per campus) located at the Allendale, CHS or Pew campuses. We meet once a month for 90 minutes (September through April) during the fall/winter semester(s) to:
- Support new and experienced online/hybrid faculty through dialogue and samples
- Explore best practices associated with online/hybrid teaching and learning
- Identify emerging technological needs to support online teaching and learning
- Share collective expertise across disciplines
Sponsored by IDeL (Instructional Design for eLearning) and the Pew Faculty Teaching & Learning Center, we hope these learning communities will provide a venue for faculty-led dialogue and to share collective expertise regarding online/hybrid instruction at GVSU.
To officially apply to be a member for one of our Online & Hybrid Learning Communities, please visit this FTLC website: http://www.gvsu.edu/ftlc/
- Select “Opportunities”
- Select “Faculty Learning Communities”
- Select “Apply for a Grant”
- Select “Create a new Application”
From the drop-down arrow, select “Faculty Learning Community Participation Grant”
Follow the on-screen prompts and then select from the drop-down menu “which” Online & Hybrid Learning Community (Allendale, CHS or Pew Campus) you wish to participate in.
Please complete the online registration by September 7th so that we can send out a survey to poll the best meeting times. If you should run into technical issues with the application process, please contact FTLC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Community questions can be directed to Kim Kenward at email@example.com