5th Annual Bay-to-Bay Symposium

In case you couldn’t attend the 5th Annual Bay-to-Bay Symposium, today’s Monday Minute video will recap our what you missed!  This year’s event centered on Civic and Community Engagement Across the Curriculum. The Symposium featured two distinguished speakers, Drs. George Mehaffy and Ashley Finley, as well as panel conversations with students, faculty, and community partners who shared their experiences and projects.

Bay to Bay 2020 from OLITS USFSP on Vimeo.

 

David Brodosi

Dr. Karen Ramlackhan recognized by Quality Matters for two courses

Karen RamlackhanOLITS is pleased to announce that Dr. Karen Ramlackhan, of USF St. Petersburg’s College of Education, has just received Quality Matters certification for two of her online courses. Her online graduate courses, Foundations of Curriculum (EDG 6627), received certification on September 27, 2019 and Child Development (EDF 6120), received certification on October 7, 2019.

In Foundations of Curriculum, a course that is part of the Master’s of Education program in Educational Leadership at USFSP, Dr. Ramlackhan engages students with the theoretical foundations of curriculum development and implementation and how to utilize this knowledge to address the academic needs of diverse populations of children. In Child Development, students explore an overview of educational, emotional, intellectual, and social factors that influence child growth and development. Throughout the course, Dr. Ramlackhan places an emphasis on diversity and culture, and encourages critical thinking about a variety of topics in public education.

Quality Matters certification involves a rigorous peer review focusing on the quality of course design and alignment  of materials using a rubric of best practices in online and blended learning.

Her courses are now recognized by the Florida Virtual Campus as a High-Quality course and will be listed on the QM database of certified courses.

If you are interested in preparing your course for Quality Matters review, contact Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services for more information.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Ramlackhan on this achievement!

In today’s Monday Minute video, we will show you a few tips to help record better videos using your laptop computer.

In today’s Monday Minute video, we will show you a few
tips to help record better videos using your laptop computer.
Laptop Recording Options:
Monday Minute: Recording Video From Your Laptop
Monday Minute: Recording Video From Your Laptop
On Thursday, October 24th from 2-3pm, OLITS is offering a workshop on the most commonly “not met” standards in QM reviews and share strategies to prepare your course to meet those standards..
Visit our website to see the latest events and workshops on our training calendar.

Quality Matters Recognizes Dr. Zheng Chen

Chris Chen

Please join OLITS in congratulating Dr. Zheng Chen! On October 11, 2019, her online course, Human Resources Management (MAN 3301), received Quality Matters Certification.

In this course, Dr. Chen engages students in a broad exposure to new approaches, techniques, and future trends in the management of personnel.

Dr. Chen shares that working closely with OLITS on this process is a “must.”

Her course is now recognized by the Florida Virtual Campus as a High-Quality course and will be listed on the QM database of certified courses.

If you are interested in preparing your course for Quality Matters review, contact Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services for more information.

MM: Create Videos in Canvas

In today’s Monday Minute video, you will see how to create a quick video on any Canvas page that has the rich text editor.

 

On Thursday, October 24th from 2-3pm, OLITS is offering a workshop on the most commonly “not met” standards in QM reviews and share strategies to prepare your course to meet those standards.

 

Quality Matters Recognizes Dr. Alison Watkins

Alison WatkinsOn September 9, 2019, Dr. Alison Watkins received Quality Matters Certification for her online course, Business Application Development, ISM 3232. Please join OLITS in congratulating Dr. Watkins on this significant achievement!

In Business Application Development, Dr. Watkins engages students in applying good programming practice and writing computer programs in C#. Her course is now listed on the QM database of certified courses and will also be recognized by the Florida Virtual Campus as a “High Quality” course.

If you are interested in preparing your course for Quality Matters review, contact Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services for more information.