|Event Date||Start - End Time||Location||Capacity||Availability|
|Jun 12 2020||12:00 pm - 1:30 pm||Via Zoom||---||---|
The SCTE presents the third, and final, panel discussion: Online Course Design: Synchronous vs Asynchronous Delivery (Part II) in a series of sessions designed to facilitate sharing and learning amongst Schulich faculty about our remote-teaching experiences in late Winter and early Spring 2020.
|David Johnston – Program Director, Master of Supply Chain Management; Professor of Operations Management & Information Systems
Role as MSCM Program Director in managing sychronous and asynchronous course delivery to accommodate varying teaching styles and learning objectives in portfolio of Program-related courses.
|Ashley Konson – Instructor Marketing
Update on managing appropriate synchronous/asynchronous balances to achieve optimal student learning, base on May 2020 experiences.
|Johnny Rungtusanatham – Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems; Canada Research Chair in Supply Chain Management
Challenges and successes experienced with fully-asynchronous course delivery.
|Stephanie Quail – Business Librarian, Bronfman Business Library
Using H5P Creator Studio to Develop Interactive Asynchronous Course Content
All sessions in this series have been, and will be, recorded for subsequent viewing by interested faculty members. If you would like to view any or all of these sessions, please visit the related SCTE Sharepoint page to access the full Zoom recordings. We hope that these sessions will be helpful for you in preparing to teach your Zoom classes, and beyond.