04/02/2020 12:30 AM
Transitioning to Online Teaching in Higher Education, Webinar
The higher education world has undergone a seismic change as coronavirus commands institutions to embrace remote teaching. In response, Knowledge E is partnering with the Training Center in Communication (TTC) Africa to host a FREE webinar on ‘Transitioning to Online Teaching in Higher Education: What to Avoid & HOW to Avoid It’.
Knowledge E’s eLearning expert, Caryn Anderson has been teaching online for more than 13 years to outstanding reviews. In this 45-minute webinar, she will address common challenges faced by educators shifting to online teaching and provide guidance on how to navigate these ‘things to avoid’ by exploring 3 eLearning best practices that can be used in higher education to achieve successful learning outcomes in the most efficient and productive ways. These include;
1. Asynchronous Conversations
2. Learning by Teaching
3. Grazing vs Meals
Seats are limited. Register now to learn 3 best practices to make the most of your online environment.
2nd April, 11:30AM (GMT +3)
Duration: 45 minutes
Caryn Anderson is a civic society development specialist focused on knowledge and information services, scientific research quality and impact, and interdisciplinary collaboration. She is motivated by a vision of societies where all members are informed critical thinkers, cooperatively engaged in the social, economic, and environmental health of their communities. Caryn’s extensive experience includes consultation and training for higher education, libraries, non-profits, and the government ministries coordinating with these sectors, especially in developing countries in the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. She is Associate Editor of the high-impact research journal, Library and Information Science Research, and a Fulbright Specialist. Caryn is exceptionally highly-rated as an “online education” faculty member for the Simmons University School of Library and Information Science, where she has taught graduate-level technology classes online and library capacity development.‹ Back