Accessibility and Learning Styles MCC Accessibility Training Resources Chancellor’s Office Distance Education Guidelines (2008 Omnibus) “All DE courses…must be accessible to students with disabilities, unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the instructional activity or result in undue financial and administrative burdens on the district.” WebAIM techniques Web Accessibility at De Anza (official . . . → Read More: Resource list: accessibility and learning styles
Teaching Principles & Practice Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education (Chickering and Gamson) CVC award-winning classes Real Connections: Making Distance Learning Accessible to Everyone (video)
January 2009 workshop with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M Lane, discussing current theories in how the brain works, and their impact on online teaching practice. (42 minutes)
Brain-Friendly Pedagogy from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.
Presentation from 2 June 2008 workshop by Pilar Hernández and Lisa M. Lane, sharing a checklist to help instructors teach well online. The checklist itself is here [pdf].
Teaching Well Online: A Checklist from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.
Workshop from POT MiniConference 10 January 2010, with Jim Sullivan and Lisa M. Lane. Discusses implications of basic learning theories (instructivism, constructivism and connectivism) for online teaching. Presentation portion only — this was followed by group work (30 minutes).
Adventures in Online Pedagogy from Program for Online Teaching on Vimeo.
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This has become a standard for evaluating online classes: CSU Chico’s ROI.