Category Archives: Teaching and Learning

How to Overcome Challenges in Instructional Design Projects

It is vital to the success of any project that the project manager organizes the resources available to him/her, including the management of the project team (Portny, Mantel, Meredith, Shafer, & Sutton, 2008). To help organize the team and in … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Students Engaged Online

This blog post is part of a series of blog posts on what instructors need to do at the beginning, during and at the end of the online course. The blog post on starting your online courses was posted September … Continue reading

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E-Assessments and Academic Integrity

It is rare to find someone who chooses to be dishonest (Carnegie Mellon University, n.d.). However, for various reasons, students may choose to cheat on a test. This could be due to lack of time needed to cover a large … Continue reading

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Good Teaching = Universal Design for Learning.. Really!

On May 27 and 28, 2014 I attended the Accessibility Conference at Guelph University and presented a workshop on Universal Design For Learning along with Maureen Reed, the LTO Director. The presentation was divided into two sections, a two-hour workshop … Continue reading

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