Tag Archives: teaching online

Jaclyn Sherman recording an online class at the University of Florida

Online teaching requires planning — and a great deal of course content creation even before the course starts

I observed as Jaclyn Rhoads presented the last lecture for the semester. She offered advice on how the students could apply what they had learned in the course to the workplace. She thanked the students for their effort in the course. An interesting element in this scenario is that the course doesn’t start for two […]

Swine flu’s potential impact on teaching at the University of Florida

The swine flu could have more impact on the faculty’s use of technology at the University of Florida than years of university-wide and college initiatives. Yesterday at the College Faculty Senate meeting, the dean explained the UF administration’s position regarding the potential for a swine flu outbreak and how we would deal with an outbreak. […]