Online Student Wins Gold

Posted by Corey Edwards on Aug 9, 2018 12:43:23 PM

You may recognize his face or one of his signature moves from the local news.

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Topics: student success, Online students

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, student perspectives

CU Online Navigation Services

Posted by Corey Edwards on Oct 25, 2017 9:02:37 AM

 

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Topics: Navigation Services, Enrollment services, Application Assistance, Online students

Connecting With Students

Posted by Jason Drysdale on Oct 2, 2017 2:29:26 PM

In the years since I finished my undergraduate education, I’ve kept in touch with a few of my professors, one of whom had a lasting and particularly powerful impact on my work as an educator.  He taught three of my education courses, and modeled the kind of openness and authenticity I strive for in my own work and teaching. After every class session, he would ask the entire class: is there anything I can do different or better?

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Topics: Online students, pedagogy

Technology requirements for online students

Posted by Kate Miller on Aug 8, 2017 8:56:48 AM

As a new semester begins, it is helpful to remind your students that are taking an online class about the technical requirements that are necessary to be successful in an online course.

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Topics: CU Online, Online Classes, Online students

The Viz: When Are Assignments Due?

Posted by Brenden Goetz on Feb 8, 2017 3:39:12 PM

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Topics: CU Online, Online Classes, Online students, Online teaching

Consider this tip

Posted by Kate Miller on Jan 11, 2017 11:29:25 AM

Post an announcement in your course the first week, to welcome your students to the course and let them know what they should expect the first week.

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Topics: Canvas, CU Online, Online learning, Online students, Online teaching

Webinars to introduce your students to Canvas

Posted by Kate Miller on Jan 11, 2017 11:19:37 AM

We are hosting four 30 minute webinars for students to get acquainted with Canvas. These webinars will provide a step-by-step overview of the Canvas platform. This would be a great event to mention to your students (especially those students that are new to Canvas). The dates and times of the student webinars are:

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Topics: Canvas, CU Online, College Tips, Online students

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