Online Supervision Case Analysis: The Case Of Kelly, 2016 Gardner-Webb University
Online Supervision Case Analysis: The Case Of Kelly, Thommi Odom Lawson
Journal of Counseling and Psychology
Providing supervision to graduate counseling students using secured online technology is becoming a trend given the advancements in technology, students’ attending extended campuses rather than traditional universities, and convenience. Building a strong working alliance between the supervisee and supervisor is critical, particularly when the parties involved are establishing the relationship remotely. This article analyzes a case involving online supervision through the application of the Supervisory Working Alliance Model and the Individual Psychology Supervision Model. The supervisory relationship is discussed, and issues such as developing a working alliance virtually, the supervisory relationship, multicultural competency, and supervisor/supervisee evaluation are addressed.
Integrating Online Genetics Into Existing Physician Assistant Curriculum –The Experience At Nova Southeastern University, 2016 Nova Southeastern University
Integrating Online Genetics Into Existing Physician Assistant Curriculum –The Experience At Nova Southeastern University, Laura M. Gunder-Mcclary Dhsc, Mhe, Pa-C, Lorilee H. Butler Dhsc, M.Ed, Mpas, Pa-C
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice
The study of genetics is a required standard for the accreditation of physician assistant programs. Nova Southeastern University instituted an online genetics course for the four physician assistant programs in the College of Health Care Sciences to be delivered asynchronously. Although there were a few technical issues, the student satisfaction levels and student performance levels demonstrated a successful implementation of the online course into an existing physician assistant curriculum.
Mapping With Time: Backstory And Beyond, 2016 Johnson County Community College
Mapping With Time: Backstory And Beyond, Cindy Higgins
Big picture, graphic instantian of history, listicle, histomap — timelines present information visually to aid understanding but also can mislead. Learn about the timeline’s educational implications as well as its past and present. What’s the newest? Easiest? Tech-y wow? In this session, we’ll check out current free online DIY timeline sites and view a gallery of creative time visualization expression.
Which Lms Is The Best? Pros And Cons Of Blackboard, D2l, And Canvas., 2016 University of Missouri - Kansas City
Which Lms Is The Best? Pros And Cons Of Blackboard, D2l, And Canvas., Mark Maxwell
Is your organization looking at switching learning management systems? Or maybe you have the option to pick which system you would like to use in your course? Without actually using each LMS, it is practically impossible to know which one is the best one for you. This presentation will point out the advantages, and most importantly, the pitfalls in each system.
Raise Your Cards - A Look At Plickers In An Adult Learning Environment, 2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Raise Your Cards - A Look At Plickers In An Adult Learning Environment, Megan Taylor
At SIDLIT 2015, the session on the free Plickers polling system dazzled many of us. Members of the National Weather Service Training Center immediately began integrating this tool into their classes. In this session, we will review our successful integration of Plickers. We will also examine the results of using this technique with adult learners with a predominately introverted, scientific mindset. This session will also include information about what has and has not worked. Are you unfamiliar with Plickers? No worries, we will do a quick overview of this tool at the beginning of the presentation.
Presentation Power: Be An Agent Of Ethical Image Use!, 2016 University of Kansas Medical Center
Presentation Power: Be An Agent Of Ethical Image Use!, Heather Healy, Julie Hartwell
Using images can add action to your presentations, but do you know how to ensure that you use those images ethically and legally? Come learn how to be an agent for change and a force for ethical information use. Heighten your understanding of image use in the classroom, on websites, and in conference presentations. This session will help you understand copyright, creative common licenses, and public domain; search for stock and health sciences images; and cite your images appropriately. Avenge plagiarism! Vanquish copyright infringement! Defend sharing culture!
State Of Video In Education (An Overview: Why Should I Use Video, And How Can I Do This Practically?), 2016 Johnson County Community College
State Of Video In Education (An Overview: Why Should I Use Video, And How Can I Do This Practically?), Kaltura
75%…of students use video in their assignments (up 4% over 2015)
50%…the increase over 2015 of respondents that say they are flipping their classroom
93%…say that video has a positive impact on student satisfaction
88%…say video increases student achievement
Evidence is growing year over year that video usage within teaching and learning is the norm; cable-cutters are the digital natives that enter our colleges and universities each fall and streaming on-demand content is the language they know. Please join Kaltura in this session, where we will discuss trends in the video space. Additionally, we will discuss ...
Waiter! There’S A Librarian In My Course!, 2016 Emporia State University
Waiter! There’S A Librarian In My Course!, Mark Sumey, Terri Summey
Are your students having difficulty with research topics? How about proper source citations in their research papers? Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own, personal librarian to help with these issues? Emporia State University’s William Allen White Library staff has partnered with Information Technology/Learning Technologies to create the Embedded Librarian program. A specific role was developed for the LMS to allow the embedded librarian to create content, create and manage discussion topics and to communicate directly with the students in the course. The embedded librarian is a click away to answer research questions, provide copyright/source ...
Design Daredevils: Sharing Design Solutions To Overcome Online Learning Obstacles, 2016 University of Kansas
Design Daredevils: Sharing Design Solutions To Overcome Online Learning Obstacles, Kellen Doden, Kim Glover, Ann Lindbloom, E-Lu Chen
The possibilities available to an instructional designer or online instructor are nearly infinite. For this reason, even the most experienced designers may be unaware of different tools and techniques available to them. In this roundtable session, participants will discuss current issues facing online education, such as active learning and diversifying materials, and share ideas of what is being done at your school and how to leverage techniques and tools to solve common problems. Other topics that participants are interested in discussing will be welcomed if time permits.
Integrating Technology & Tools: Winning Over The Tech Resisters And Tech Timid, 2016 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Integrating Technology & Tools: Winning Over The Tech Resisters And Tech Timid, Megan Taylor
Have you ever found a cool way to use technology or web tools in your class, but hit a wall of resistance from your peers, designers, or administrators? In this session, we will look at an example of dealing with tech resisters, and discuss what worked and what did not. Additionally, we will examine how global leadership and management experts create buy-in and discuss how to adapt these techniques on a local level. Join us, if you are afraid to integrate new technology into your classroom. The session will conclude with an open forum where the tech timid can ask ...
Minimizing Student Frustration While Maximizing Faculty Satisfaction Using Simple Course Design, 2016 University of Kansas Medical Center
Minimizing Student Frustration While Maximizing Faculty Satisfaction Using Simple Course Design, David Martin, Norbert Belz, Nellie Modaress
AyidStudents are demanding the use of online options to receive information about courses, complete assignments, and participate in class discussions. This form of education requires different knowledge, skills, and attitudes from course instructors. The growth of these programs has inspired change in how these types of courses and programs are designed and delivered to meet quality standards. This presentation will identify ways to both meet quality standards and provide improved student experiences through the use of standardized course design features in learning management systems.
Save The Day With Voicethread!, 2016 Ottawa University
Save The Day With Voicethread!, April Robbs
VoiceThread comes to the rescue to promote speaking, listening and learning in asynchronous settings and is an especially powerful tool in the Human Services and Communication online classes at Ottawa University. Its web-based platform can be used as a stand-alone tool, or can integrate many of the major LMS systems. Participants can interact with multimedia presentations by recording audio (microphone or from a phone line) comments, video (webcam) comments, and by uploading an audio file from their device. This session will explore how Ottawa University uses class debates, student presentations, persuasive appeals, and class discussions to engage students.
#Dearnextpresident: Passionate Student Engagement, 2016 Emporia State University
#Dearnextpresident: Passionate Student Engagement, Terri Summey
Engaging students in the educational process is something that educators struggle to achieve. To increase student engagement in a course long research project, this faculty member decided to build on causes that students are passionate about. Using a hashtag / video campaign sponsored by Fusion.net, #DearNextPresident, students identified and researched causes that they want the next President to focus on. At the end of the semester, students’ findings were presented in a variety of formats, including a video asking the next President to support their cause and presenting facts about the issue. Because the research focused on a topic that ...
Static Course Modules? Zap! Librarians Create Interactive Online Lessons, 2016 University of Kansas Medical Center
Static Course Modules? Zap! Librarians Create Interactive Online Lessons, Julie Hartwell, Heather Healy
Tired of voiceover PowerPoints? Looking for more than just another video link? NLA to the rescue! The New Literacies Alliance (NLA) is a project that creates interactive, online, and open access lessons addressing basic concepts of information and related literacies. Student scores on activities and assessments are captured using SoftChalk. The lessons are institution and LMS agnostic, allowing users from any organization to deploy the lessons in their online environment. Discover how librarians and instructors freely embed these lessons into their courses and collaborate remotely in the creation of new lessons. The session examines planning for initial lesson use, differing ...
Activities, Assignments, And Design Tools To Promote Self-Regulated Learning In Online Classes, 2016 Kansas City Kansas Community College
Activities, Assignments, And Design Tools To Promote Self-Regulated Learning In Online Classes, Deborah Taylor
Studies have shown that the most successful online students are motivated and self-regulated. What if we could use activities, assignments and design to help all of our students become self-regulated learners? In this session I will share some research based instructional strategies, as well as some suggestions for activities and assignments that can be used across the curriculum to promote behaviors that will strengthen their self-regulation skills in online classes. Several design tools will be shared that have been proven to promote student success in online classes. This information can be used by faculty teaching online classes and instructional designers ...
Incorporating Active Learning When You Feel More Like Ant Man Than The Hulk, 2016 University of Kansas
Incorporating Active Learning When You Feel More Like Ant Man Than The Hulk, Ann Lindbloom
Active Learning is a key component when attempting to increase online retention. The overwhelming number of techniques can make instructors wish for super powers to determine which to implement in their courses. Initial research suggests reflection, individualized learning, and social media as important places to start. This session will provide 30 techniques that can be implemented online or onsite, offer some real-life implementations and success, and encourage audience participation for additional discussion. The focus will not be on new technologies, but rather how to incorporate these methods using basic tools found in most LMSs.
Video To Enhance Face-To-Face Or Presence And Interaction, 2016 Kansas State University
Video To Enhance Face-To-Face Or Presence And Interaction, Brent Anders
This presentation will be geared to both face-to-face and online instructors. It will show the many ways video can serve as a superhero by being created and used to help with instruction of the course content as well as to help establish and increase instructor presence. Additionally different ways of using video will be shown to help with student-student, student-instructor, and student-content interaction. An exemplar course will be shown with embedded video showcasing the different uses and techniques of video use.
Assessment: Anything, Anywhere, Anytime Using Jotform, 2016 University of Missouri-Kansas City
Assessment: Anything, Anywhere, Anytime Using Jotform, Ayyoub Ajmi
One of the challenges of online education is the lack of real-time feedback. JotForm is a web-based form builder used to track and evaluate student progress through an entire class rather than at the end of it. Forms can be embedded into existing learning materials and learning management systems. I will demonstrate some JotForm features suitable for online education and assessment and share how the UMKC School of Law is using JotForm to assess, engage, and communicate with students. Hands-on training will be provided on how to build your first interactive forms.
Streamline Quality Matters Review With Standardized Templates, 2016 Washburn University
Streamline Quality Matters Review With Standardized Templates, Linda Merillat, Jeanne Catanzaro
When an instructor is confronted with developing an online course based on Quality Matters it can daunting! The Quality Matters rubric is developed from an instructional designer’s perspective with underlying concepts unfamiliar to some faculty members. The School of Nursing at Washburn University is in the process of rolling out a fully online program for RN-to-BSN students. A strategic decision was made to design the courses to meet Quality Matters standards. An analysis of each Quality Matters benchmark showed that many of the features could be “canned” or developed for reuse. The reusable tools are a Course Template for ...
Student Outcomes In Traditional, Hybrid, And Online Courses In Community College Career And Technical Education Programs, 2016 East Tennessee State University
Student Outcomes In Traditional, Hybrid, And Online Courses In Community College Career And Technical Education Programs, Thomas R. Sewell
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The purpose of this quantitative study was to examine whether differences in student course outcomes as defined by final course grades existed between three content delivery methods in career and technical education courses: Traditional (face to face), hybrid, and online. Final course grades in career and technical education courses at one community college for the Fall 2011 through the Fall 2015 semesters were used in this study to compare the success of students in courses employing the three content delivery methods. The outcomes for male and female students and the outcomes for traditional and nontraditional students in career and technical ...