CU Online's OSM Course Graduates

Posted by Kate Miller on Apr 5, 2017 1:01:40 PM

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In June of 2014, CU Online launched a ten week training course for faculty called OSM (pronounced “awesome”), which currently stands for Online Skills Mastery. The core course is designed to prepare University of Colorado Denver faculty for teaching with digital tools, with a focus on great digital pedagogy. The teaching strategies learned and practiced in OSM apply not just to online courses, but to any kind of course.


In addition to the core course, a series of electives will be available for faculty to refine their skills and dive deeper into topics covered in the core course. Participants are awarded a digital badge for completion of each course. This project is growing, so stay tuned. These courses are currently only opened to University of Colorado Denver faculty and staff.


Currently, 167 graduates have successfully completed the Online Skills Mastery course, since it was first launched in June 2014. The most recent list of graduates (from the September cycle, the February cycle is still finishing up and will be recognized in the May newsletter)  from OSM include:


Christopher

Beekman

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Sangeetha

Chandrasekaran

School of Dental Medicine

Meghan

Crow

School of Dental Medicine

Amy

Destaffany

School of Dental Medicine

Sharon

Devine

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Lori

Elliott

School of Education & Human Development

Manti

Lehn

School of Dental Medicine

Christine

Nguyen

International Student & Scholar Services

Yanira

Owens

School of Dental Medicine

Kim

Paxton

College of Nursing

Brad

Potter

School of Dental Medicine

Lisa

Rabe

School of Dental Medicine

Ethelyn

Thomason Larsen

School of Dental Medicine

Terri

Tilliss

School of Dental Medicine

Anne

Wilson

School of Dental Medicine


Congratulations, Graduates!


If you are interested in taking part in our OSM course, find out more here.

Topics: Online faculty training, CU Online, OSM

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