By Center for Innovative Design & Instruction | June 1, 2017

E-Learning Workshop Explores New Teaching Methodologies

From online courses to flipped instruction, faculty collaborated on useful styles
- Academic & Instructional Services

 

Utah State University (USU) faculty statewide met at the Empowering Teaching Excellence (ETE) E-Learning Workshop to discuss the teaching tools and methodologies of online, broadcast, blended, and flipped instruction. The workshop ran from May 22 – 24.

“New ideas and insights always result when we get a dedicated group like this together,” said Neal Legler, director of the Center for Innovative Design and Instruction in Academic and Instructional Services. “We consistently get great feedback about our E-Learning Workshop. This year each attendee brought a unique teaching perspective and we were all able to learn from each other.”

The nature of USU as a land-grant university has allowed faculty to discover new, creative delivery methods for classroom instruction. This year’s E-Learning Workshop built on current practices, as well as discussed new tools and methodologies to provide high-quality course content and delivery.


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