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Ed Tech Summer Shorts 2020

It’s here, it’s here, it’s here! Summer Shorts 2020

Back by popular demand (really!!), Summer Shorts has returned for the 4th season. Almost as exciting as the anticipation for Stranger Things Season 4, right?! But not as gawk-worthy as Tiger King, which set a new level for bad-TV-you-can’t-stop-watching. Luckily for NMC, you’ll want to keep watching Summer Shorts AND it might be useful. If… Continue Reading It’s here, it’s here, it’s here! Summer Shorts 2020

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Cathy in a Shark Costume

Making it FUN – keeping students engaged in uncertain times

My classes have theme weeks.  If you’re a student in my class, you  can guess the theme via facebook (Drcathynmc), twitter (@DrCathyNMC), Instagram (@DrCathyNMC), or just do it old school in our Zoom meetings in Moodle. I’ve even grabbed the username on YouTube, but have yet to upload anything there since Ensemble meets that need… Continue Reading Making it FUN – keeping students engaged in uncertain times

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Online Learning Badge

Important Reminders About the New Online Learning Orientation (OLO)

What is OLO? Beginning with the 2019 Fall semester, students taking an online class at NMC for the first time and students who have not completed an online course at NMC with a 2.0 grade or better will be required to complete an Online Learning Orientation (OLO) course. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a Moodle badge… Continue Reading Important Reminders About the New Online Learning Orientation (OLO)

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Two Mini-PD Opportunities in January

CIE is offering two learning opportunities for faculty on Jan. 11. Helping Your Students Read the Textbook Thursday, Jan. 11, 10:00-10:45 in SH 204. The first session led by Nancy Gray and Kristen Salathiel will be a practical, hands-on workshop focused on specific ways you can help students effectively read–and learn from–your textbook.  Bring the textbook… Continue Reading Two Mini-PD Opportunities in January

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Social Presence

Improving Social Presence in Online Learning

I recently attended the Educational Technology Organization of Michigan (ETOM) Fall Conference held at Mid Michigan Community College in Mt. Pleasant. The keynote speaker was Dr. Karen Swan, the Stukel Professor of Educational Research and a Research Associate in the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service (COLRS) at the University of Illinois Springfield. Dr. Swan… Continue Reading Improving Social Presence in Online Learning

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