Teaching Excellence Workshop:
Student Projects that Work for an Online Environment: A Sharing Session
Tena B. Crews
Tuesday, February 16, 2010, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Center for Teaching Excellence, Thomas Cooper Library, Room 511
Are you struggling with designing student projects that work well in an online environment? In this session, a group of faculty experienced with online instruction, will share their approaches for student projects that work. All participants are invited to share ideas and are encouraged to bring a project description or handout that we can copy and distribute at the event. If you don’t have a project that works and need one, come to this session. We will share ideas and learn from each other.
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.