Online Instruction

How I Recreated an Active Learning Statistics Course for Asynchronous Online Learning
Tina Ragsdale, West Kentucky Community and Technical College

What a Technical Writer Can Teach You About Assignment Design
Tim Roberts, University of Louisville

Reclaim Your Time: Creating a Balance Between Classes & Home Life
Nicole Wilson, Bowie State University

Scaffolding Assignments in Composition Courses
Sarah Camp and Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

Small Changes Make a Big Impact
Dr. Shawna Hudson, Iowa Wesleyan College

Rise and Shine: Using Wakelet to Promote Student Interaction and Collaboration
Kristin White and Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

Designing Projects to Engage Students, Honor Their Learning Styles, and Spark Interest in STEM Education
Becki Streett, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Bestowing Virtual Awards
Lynda Mae, Arizona State University

Office Hours Outside the Box
Lynda Mae, Arizona State University

Teaching Tips on Writing Essays: Templates, Checklists, and Samples
Jamie Parmese, Raritan Valley Community College

The Probability Problem: Building Probability Skills in Into Statistics
KimberLeigh Hadfield, Utah State University

Universal Design for Learning: Getting Started
Annjanette Bennar, Goodwin University

Understanding LGBTQ+ Terminology
Colleen Clemens, Kutztown University

An Approach to Mastery-Based Precalculus
Latrice Bowman, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Corequisite Mathematics Courses
Rachel Hunter, College of Charleston

Isn’t it Iconic? Using Icons in an Asynchronous Course to Facilitate Student Engagement
Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

Managing Stress in Challenging Times
Dr. Hadas Moshonov-Cohavi, Avila University

Unidoodle and Zoom: A storybook romance
Paul Patison, Navarro College

Affirming Gender and Sexuality Identities in the Remote Classroom
Colleen Clemens, Kutztown University

Integrating Recent Research in Teaching
Dr. Dong Xie, University of Central Arkansas

Teaching Helping Skills Online: Your Counseling Students Can Do It
Dr. Ann Kerlin, Luther Rice College & Seminary

Building Questions – Using Hawkes Tables, EXCEL, and LaTeX
Dr. Ira Robbin, South Connecticut State University

Using Breakout Fun! to Enhance Your In-Person or Virtual Classes
Daniel Holbrook, Emmanuel College

Flipped Classrooms: Two Sides of the Coin
Dr. Kymberli Barker, Central Carolina Community College

Overcoming Compassion Fatigue in Higher Education
Dr. Rachel Gallardo, Blinn College

Student Engagement in Remote Learning: Note Taking for Quant Heavy Classes
Anisha Nyatee, Endicott College

Making the Most of Hawkes and Blackboard
Linda Hunt, Shawnee State University

How to Improve the Quality of Discussion in the Asynchronous Discussion Forum
Dr. T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills College

The New Way of Relating: Teaching Students in the Time of COVID
Felicia Hope Cate, Cape Fear Community College

Trust – Improving Learner Engagement
John Dolezal, Northern Oklahoma College

Getting the Most Out of Zoom in Your Virtual Courses
Lea Rosenberry, Penn State University

Mysteries of Accessibility: Creating Accessible Course Content
Kristin White and Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

Zooming Outside the Box: Students Remotely Publishing Literary/Art Magazines
Stephanie Gibson and Jamie Miranda, St. Philip’s College

Inclusive Instruction Online/In-Person
Thomas Mathews Horne, Oklahoma City Community College

Shift in Campus Culture
Sanjay D. Paul, Southside Virginia Community College

College Developmental Reading: A Sample Lesson on Student Engagement
Dr. Dana Miller, Delaware County Community College

Surviving Overload: Tales From the Trenches
Thomas Mathews Horne, Oklahoma City Community College

Using Zoom to Engage Your Students
Kristin White and Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

Learning by Doing, Incentive Alignment, and Low-Stress Grading
Dr. Stefani Milovanska-Farrington, University of Tampa

Using Digital Platforms to Closely Replicate an In-Person Learning Experience
Ross Glen Chandler Nunamaker, Wright State University

Rethinking Rubric Design
Gregory Ramirez, Madera Community College

Ensure Integrity in Online Courses
Dr. Arunachalam (Chalam) Narayanan, University of North Texas

Preparing Future Elementary Math Teachers Covid-Style
Dr. Shari McCarty, Aquinas College

Innovative Media to Enliven Student Presentations
Amanda Hill, St. Mary’s University

It Can Be Done: Encouraging Undergraduate Student Research for Scholarly Conferences
David Chaplin, Northwest Nazarene University

Stress Less: Addressing Burnout All While Handling the Paperload in an Online Setting
Nicole Wilson, Bowie State University

Producing POUR Products: Does Your Digital Course Content Meet Accessibility Standards?
Kristin White and Chrystal Trapani, Old Dominion University

The 5 W’s of Math Pathways and Corequisites
Emily Carpenter, Seminole State College

Integrity in STEM Online Courses
Dr. Joy Beverly, University of Miami

Teaching Social Justice in the Online Composition Classroom: Rising Up!
Lisa Diehl, University of North Georgia

Addressing Individual Differences in Teaching Mathematics
Solomon Willis, Cleveland Community College

Strategies for Cultural Inclusion in Online and Face-to-Face Classrooms
Nathan McQueen, William Jessup University

Straight from the Students: A Student Panel Discussion on the Transition to Online Learning
Dr. Maila Hallare, Dr. Shahrooz Moosavizadeh, and Students, Norfolk State University

Virtual Classrooms and Videos = Winning Combination
Dr. Shawna Hudson, Iowa Wesleyan University

Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement in Online Learning
Dr. William Mosier, Istanbul Gelisim University

Corequisite and Traditional English Composition Courses in a “Live Online” Format
Emily Maddox, Rowan College South Jersey

Balanced Discourse: Amplifying Voices in the Online Discussion Forum
Julie Oni, Pepperdine University

Keeping Online Students Engaged
Dr. Jacqueline Jensen-Vallin, Lamar University

Strategies for Maintaining Instructor Presence Through Using Video
Stephen Webber, University of Maryland Global Campus

Strategies to Transform Face-to-Face Courses and Tutoring Services to an Online or Hybrid Format
Kelly Coultas and Tyler Price, University of Louisville

Keeping Online Students Engaged with Rguroo’s Data Visualization Tools
Dr. Mori Jamshidian, California State University – Fullerton

Communication and Organization – Keys to Online Learning
Dr. Jason Caudill, King University

Incorporating Art into Mathematics Courses
Dr. Paul Sisson, Louisiana State University – Shreveport

A Virtual (?) First Year Experience
Dr. Adam Hoffer, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse

How to Run a Self-Reflection Classroom (and its Effect on Student Success)
Kevin Shryock, Northern Illinois University

Maintaining Integrity: Tips to help you protect the integrity of your class in a tech-driven world
Melinda Clardy, South Louisiana Community College

Trading Spaces: Designing a Virtual Learning Space
Becki Streett, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Switching to Online Exams in a Hurry
Dr. Louis Levy, Baker University

Leveraging Zoom Tools For Collaboration
Lea Rosenberry, Penn State University

Leveraging Interactive Tools in Zoom to Keep Students Engaged
Lea Rosenberry, Penn State University

Customizing Your Course for Online Learners
Jen O’Brien, Hawkes Learning

Custom Question Builder
Nathaniel Raak, Mitchell Technical Institute

Scared Senseless? Tips for Calming Students in Online Courses
Lea Rosenberry and Tami Tacker, Purdue University Global

5 Stages Of Surviving The Pandemic
Dr. Kevin Bartlett, Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College

Teaching Online Math Courses
Dr. Latrice Bowman, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Teaching Online Summer Classes: Challenges for Students and Faculty
Dr. Olcay Akman, Illinois State University

Incorporating Handwritten Assignments into an Online Math Course
Dr. Peter McCandless, University of Nevada – Las Vegas

A Short Overview of an Online Course Website
Kathie Lennertz, Fort Hays State University

Teaching an Online Algebra Workshop
Christina Holdiness, Chaffey College