The E-Learning for Educators course offered at UWstout addresses a number of topics of relevance to online educators. These topics include:
- Analyze current research on teaching and learning using learning management systems.
- Evaluate, select and manage technology-based assessment tools.
- Apply collaborative learning theory to create and use web tools such as discussion forums and blogs for collaborative learning.
- Locate and evaluate the accuracy, relevance, appropriateness, comprehensiveness, and bias of electronic information resources to be used in the online classroom.
- Demonstrate ethical use of digital information resources and understanding of educational copyright and fair use principles in e-learning environments.
- Apply understanding of the impact of learner differences: culture/race, ability/disability, gender, age, socioeconomic status, and family influences in delivery of e-learning.
- Analyze how accessibility of technology based resources affects planning for instruction.
- Design and publish an electronic portfolio of course artifacts.
Below you will find examples of my work from the course:
Diigo: E-Learning for Educators Group
E-Learning Reflective Journal
Information Fluency Certificate
MOOC Scoop-It Magazine
Moodle Discussion Facilitation
Maria Guillily, PhD