Friday, September 28th
Hariri Building, Rm. 450
10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
“I started the online class with what I thought was a good plan: re-create online what I had done in a recent seminar. It didn’t work.”
– Doug Ward, University of Kansas, ProfHacker blog (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
Is online teaching really different from teaching face-to-face? Join us for a panel discussion by Georgetown faculty who are experimenting with online teaching in various contexts:
- Oded Meyer (Mathematics and Statistics) and Parina Patel (School of Foreign Service) will describe their experiences developing online content to teach statistics
- Sherry Steeley (Center for Language Education and Development) will explain how she adapts her teaching approach for an asynchronous, distance-learning context
- Mary Bondmass (NHS) will share a behind-the-scenes perspective on the large-scale Nursing @ Georgetown online degree program
Morning snacks will be served. Please RSVP to Zoe Black at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, September 26th.
Space provided by McDonough School of Business, Office of Executive Education.