$15K Online Undergraduate Degree Task Force

Posted by Kim Penoyer on Jul 11, 2018 9:03:29 AM

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Topics: Online Degree

CU Online Welcomes Lynée Sanute

Posted by Jason Drysdale on Jun 26, 2018 1:25:55 PM

00100sPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20180626115704576_COVERLynée joins CU Online as an instructional designer. Prior to working downtown, she provided instructional design and technology services for the online pharmacy and palliative care programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Lynée enjoys collaborating with faculty to design courses and programs that incorporate active learning and meaningful assessments for students. She is excited about the variety of courses and student opportunities presented by online programs at CU Denver. 

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Topics: news

$15K Degree working committee – participants needed!

Posted by CU Online on Jun 5, 2018 3:27:51 PM

Sheana Bull, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Digital Education, and Scot Chadwick, Executive Director for the Office of Digital Education, are beginning the process to convene a committee that will explore and consider options to fulfill the Regents Resolution to develop and offer a fully online undergraduate degree for $15,000.
We are committed to fulfill this resolution with a solution that is of the highest quality while increasing access to our excellent institution. We invite broad participation from Faculty, Staff and Students to join our initial working committee.
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Topics: committee, participants needed

Student Perspectives - Aaron Aldrich

Posted by Lainie Hoffman on Jun 5, 2018 11:28:44 AM

As we seek to provide top-notch courses and programs in the online environment, we must remember that the experience of designing and implementing is only half of the equation. On the other side are the students – our partners in education. But we don’t always know much about what online looks like from the student perspective.

So how do we learn more about what happens on the other side of the screen?

We ask!

Today we are featuring an interview with Aaron Aldrich. Aaron is a recent graduate of CU Denver’s Information and Learning Technologies Master's program.

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Topics: Online students

The Future of Adaptive Learning (Is Here!)

Posted by CU Online on Jun 1, 2018 1:27:16 PM

What is adaptive learning? What are adaptive learning systems?
How can they help us serve our students?

Register for The Future of Adaptive Learning and join us on Thursday, June 7th from 10-Noon at CU Online and learn more.

Dr. Karen Vignare from the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities will describe the current state of the technology and lead a discussion of adaptive learning systems and describe the work being done at the APLGU to demonstrate the efficacy and impact of these systems. She will describe the technologies and the pedagogies that promise to make ADL and curricular redesign as powerful tools supporting student success, particularly in large section courses.

Where are the big wins with ADL? What are the challenges? What’s coming soon? Get your questions answered and enjoy lunch with Karen!

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Topics: Event, Presentation, Lunch, Adaptive Technology

A bird's eye view: Highlights from the 2018 CU Online Symposium

Posted by Lynée Sanute on May 31, 2018 8:32:13 AM

Faculty, staff, and students enjoyed a beautiful and informative day at CU South Denver for CU Online’s 16th annual Spring Symposium - “Seeing the Forest and the Trees.” Ranger John was on hand for selfies and kept the local wildlife at bay. 

Attendees engaged in a variety of sessions, discussing various educational practices including accessibility, inclusion, equity, and fun in the classroom.

There were also sessions abound with practical tips on implementing educational technologies (podcasting, TechSmith Relay, and Zoom were some of the highlights). The student panel in the afternoon was a hit and gave insight to the diverse student experiences in online classrooms.

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Topics: CU Online Spring Symposium

Seeing the forest and the trees: A reflection on CU Online’s 2018 Symposium theme

Posted by Lainie Hoffman on May 30, 2018 8:22:24 AM

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2018 Symposium! We hope that you enjoyed yourselves and left with plenty of new ideas and tools to use in your online instruction.

This year’s theme, seeing the forest and the trees, was all about how difference and individuality are important to the bigger picture. To help shed light on the topic, we invited online students to talk about individual experiences and perspectives from their side of the screen. Additionally, the overview of the Ally software campus pilot program offered insight into how universal and accessible design benefits both individuals and the group as a whole.

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Topics: CU Online Spring Symposium

CU Online COLTT grant deadline, July 13!

Posted by Kim Penoyer on May 30, 2018 8:21:20 AM

CU Online will be providing grants to Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology Conference, COLTT again this year.  The conference will be held in the Boulder Campus, August 1 & 2.  Only a limited number of these grants will be made available.  CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus  faculty (including full time, part time and lecturers) who teach online or hybrid courses are eligible.  The only stipulation is that if you register and do not attend, you must reimburse CU Online for the registration fee ($135).  The registration does not include parking.

COLTT early Registration Deadline is July 13 so apply now.

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2018 Symposium Session Videos

Posted by Yvonne Hall on May 29, 2018 4:00:11 PM

See what you missed. 

Whether you were unable to attend or simply could be in two sessions at once, below are the videos of our concurrent sessions from the 2018 Spring Symposium. The sessions are listed below in the order they occurred. 

Looking for the slide decks? Find them on Google Drive

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Topics: CU Online Spring Symposium

One week and counting until CU Online Symposium

Posted by Lainie Hoffman on May 9, 2018 8:00:00 AM

The 16th annual CU Online   Symposium   is just a week away on Wednesday, May 16th.

For those who have not yet registered: we have a  few spots left , and we would love for you to join us. (The eagle is watching you!)
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Topics: CU Online Spring Symposium

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