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Reinert Center Webinar: Fall 2020 Teaching Formats - Designing and Teaching A/B Hybrid Courses

Wednesday, July 15, 10:30AM
Link: https://slu.zoom.us/j/96440980441 

As we prepare for the fall, some instructors may adopt a strategy where students learn at different times rather than all in the classroom together.  Sometimes referred to as an A/B or Hybrid design, students will be split up to meet at different times in either on-line or in-person formats.  In this webinar, we will talk about ways to organize an A/B course as well as student engagement strategies. 

This webinar is a part of the Reinert Center’s ongoing series to address alternate teaching formats.  A synchronous discussion session that focuses on the ideas shared in this webinar will follow on Friday, July 17 at 10:30 AM, on Zoom: https://slu.zoom.us/j/99924972493   

Introduction to Online Teaching 

The Introduction to Online Teaching is a fully-online asynchronous seminar that provides a pedagogical foundation for Saint Louis University faculty who are new to the online teaching environment. The seminar provides faculty an opportunity to gain the experience of an online “student” and to experience a fully-online course that has been designed to align with the University’s Online Course Design Rubric while developing a plan for an online course.

Current available sections:

  • August 3 - August 17
  • September 1 - September 15
  • October 6 - October 20
  • November 3 - November 17

For additional details, please see our webpage
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Instructional Videos

The following is a list of asynchronous instructional videos created by the staff of the Reinert Center. We are continuing to develop more videos, so check back often for new offerings. 

Using Panopto to Create Interactive, Pre-Recorded Content

Creating Accessible Online Learning Environments

Using Zoom Breakout Rooms for Synchronous Group Work

Effective Practices for Lesson Capture