A new, one-stop shop for all NMC instructors that includes teaching resources, educational technology, upcoming events, professional development, 21st Century teaching and learning practices, and more. Teaching @ NMC allows faculty to easily find: Teaching Resources Forms Moodle Help Professional Development Information This new site should help eliminate the need… Continue Reading New NMC Instructor Site: “teaching @ NMC”
We have changed video playback systems: Flowplayer has retired! If you use video or lecture capture in your course(s) and have not heard about our transition away from the one used for several years, Flowplayer, then this message it for you! It’s true, Flowplayer has retired and the new kid on the block is Ensemble… Continue Reading Do you use video or lecture capture? If so, read on…
Resources can be more than the latest thing, the coolest program, the niftiest tool; they can also be the “awesome” people we work with every day. Did you know that you can ask NMC professionals into your classroom? We would like to introduce Joseph Sanok, invite him into your classroom to help you discover the community within. Building Genuine Community… Continue Reading Joe Sanok on Creating Groups
August 19th is the date to be ready! Online courses will be “turned on” and students will be populated into them. Remember that all online classes are made available to students five days prior to the start of the semester or class session. Here are a few things to consider as you prepare: IMPORT your course… Continue Reading Are You Ready to Teach Your Online Course?
“Well, Mark, I want the students to show up for my class,” stated Lisa. At the start of the new semester, Lisa Blackford decided she wanted to implement an attendance policy in one of her Social Work courses. The idea was to give students 20 points for attendance for the semester and then if a… Continue Reading Attendance: The Blackford Files