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Teaching & Learning Webinar Series

This series of webinars presents general topics in statistics education.
They are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm Eastern time.
Hosted by Jackie Miller, The Ohio State University.


CAUSE webinars are made possible by generous contributions from:

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"Development and Implementation of a Virtual Advanced Teaching Rotation: A Case Study in Web-Based Instruction."
with Maria C. Pruchnicki, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy

2:00 to 2:45 pm Eastern time, April 10th, 2007 (Note extended time)

Distance education and online learning opportunities, collectively known as "e-learning", are becoming increasingly used in higher education. Nationally, online enrollment increased to 3.2 million students in 2005, compared to 2.3 million in 2004.[1] Furthermore, nearly 60% of higher education institutions identify e-learning as part of their long-term education strategy.[1] Newer educational technologies including course management systems and Internet-based conferencing software can be used to both deliver content and engage participants as part of a social learning community. However, even experienced faculty can face pedagogical and operational challenges as they transition to the online environment. This interactive presentation will discuss a systematic approach to developing web-based instruction, with our experience as a case example.

[1] The Sloan Consortium. Making the grade: online education in the United States, 2006. Needham, MA: Sloan-C; 2006. Available from: www.sloan-c.org/publications/survey/survey06.asp. [Accessed 3/15/07]

Maria Pruchnicki
Maria Pruchnicki

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