Category Archives: Faculty

GoToMeeting

Setting Up GoToMeeting in Blackboard To get started using GoToMeeting, contact Dr. Easley, Dean of Online Education, or Sean Stedwell, Blackboard Administrator/Instructional Designer, to have them activate your account. You will then receive an email notification with your GTM username and password to use in your Blackboard course and to log in to www.gotomeeting.com whenever you wish. […]

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Blackboard

Instructional PDFs (with screenshots)   Add Course Verification Survey to Retention Center   Create START HERE link to Course Verification Survey   Add GoToMeeting link in Blackboard course Faculty Online Learning Training & Development  Adding students to groups/teams  How to personalize your first Blackboard course Personalize your Blackboard profile

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Managing & Reporting Attendance

Reporting Attendance in Web Access VIEW PDF INSTRUCTIONS WITH SCREENSHOTS — ONLINE VIEW PDF INTRUCTIONS WITH SCREENSHOTS — ON GROUND Faculty are required to post a first session/week attendance report for all students. This is done by logging into Web Access and marking each student in the class as either ‘Present’ or ‘Never Attended.’ Log into […]

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Workshops & Videos

Teaching & Pedagogy Bloom’s Taxonomy Best Practices for Online Discussions View More Characteristics of Good Student Feedback View More Bloom’s Taxonomy A brief review of Bloom’s Taxonomy Best Practices for Online Discussions Best Practices for Online Discussions with Keith Palloff and Rena Pratt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOS4_7kss60 View More Characteristics of Good Student Feedback In this short video, […]

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Attendance & Participation Policy

Attendance, Absence and Class Participation As an academic institution, Oklahoma Wesleyan University places the highest priority on learning. Class participation – whether online or in an evening class – is an essential component of undergraduate and graduate learning. To ensure that the educational experience of all students is robust and constructive, students are expected to […]

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SMART Goals

Setting goals might seem simple. However, it is important to write them in a way that helps you to achieve them. The SMART format helps develop goals in such a way that they are more likely to be achieved within the classroom context. It is important that your goals can be accomplished by yourself or students within […]

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