Online Learning Tips

This four page document contains several tips, tricks, and resources that will help ease the transition to online university. These learning tips will guide students to success in an online learning environment, by helping them become an effective and efficient online learners.

Transitioning to Online Labs

Transitioning to online learning isn’t easy, but it is something that needs to be done right. When focusing on online labs, there are many difficulties that an in-person lab doesn’t face. We have created both a faculty and student checklist with various things to keep in mind when moving to online labs. Feel free to use this and make it your own!

Online learning in a hurry guest episode 15 – sarah rose cavanagh

Sarah came to visit us today to talk to us about keeping emotion, creativity and fun in our classrooms. We talked about the impact of neuroscience and psychology research on learning. We also talked about balancing the creation of a shared language with students and still finding room for them to guide their own learning. …

online learning in a hurry Guest episode 11 – Robin derosa and Martha burtis – stick to the mission

I was very fortunate to get TWO wonderful people on for this episode. Both Robin DeRosa and Martha Burtis come to visit to talk about how we need to stick to our principles through this process. We can’t get distracted by ‘going online’ and forget what we are doing university for. Follow a plan. Stick …

online learning in a hurry guest episode 10 – Laura Gibbs blogging in education

Laura Gibbs visited us today to share her experience with almost 20 years of blogging with students online. Here is one of the sites that Laura talked to us about http://mythfolklore.net/. Header image is from Reclaim Hosting – an excellent company to work with if you are looking for internet hosting. This blog is hosted …

online learning in a hurry guest episode 9 – angela gunder thinking of your learners as heroes in their own learning journey

Angela came today to talk to us about how to think about our learners journey through our classes. We can think of them all taking the same journey to the same material to the same outcome. Not very compelling. What if we thought of their journey as something they could impact and enjoy? We also …