Teaching Excellence Workshop:
Teaching Large Classes Online
Tena B. Crews
January 21, 2010
Do you teach or plan to teach high enrollment classes with online components or in a pure online environment? Come learn about tips and techniques to make your course run more smoothly. Also, learn how to reduce email overload and strategies to provide regular feedback to large numbers of students. Help your students be successful online learners while not becoming a 24-7 instructor. Bring your ideas to share.
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About the Facilitator
Tena B. Crews is the Associate Director of Technology Pedagogy for the Center for Teaching Excellence. She is an Associate Professor in the Technology Support and Training Management program and teaches the majority of her classes online. She also serves as the Director of Online Learning and Development for the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management.