CALI Mini-Course Session 1 “Creating a Successful Online Course” is available to view on-demand

In case you missed the first live session, “Creating a Successful Online Course“, of the CALI 7 session mini-course entitled Preparing for the Future of Legal Education – Online Teaching Tips & Techniques , it is now posted to view on-demand. We’re recording all of the sessions and will post them to course website the day after they happen.

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Session Description:

Welcome to the first session, “Creating a Successful Online Course.” We’re not covering everything you need to know to create an online course in 75 minutes. However, we hope to lay a foundation for future sessions and to inspire you to start thinking creatively about your courses.

We are pleased to welcome Tanya Joosten, Ph.D., Director, Digital Learning R&D, DETA Research Center, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, as our first speaker.

Learning Outcomes

At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:
1. Distinguish Emergency Remote Teaching from Online Teaching.
2. Describe a success from Emergency Remote Teaching.
3. Examine the pros and cons of teaching your course synchronously vs. asynchronously.
4. List two ways you want to change your course if it’s taught online in fall.

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