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Fifteenth issue, Volume Eight
|TLT Group TGIF 12.9.14|
| From TLT Group World|
Based on feedback from last week, we will continue our conversation regarding “The App Generation” on February 13th with a focus on problem solving around app dependencies. Thanks for an amazing conversation.
This week we will begin planning the next Teaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B .v3) Series and delve into “The Power of Presence” with Robin Dewald.
TLT members have access to recordings from previous sessions. This short video will show you how to access the archives.
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Teaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B .v3) Planning
Date: December 10, 2014
Time: 3-4 pm ET
Presenters: Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, and others
We intend to build on the what we have learned from TOL4B1 & TOL4B2 as
Below are some questions we are wrestling with:
Please consider joining and adding to our DIIGO Teaching Online for Beginners Repository
The Power of Presence
Date: December 12, 2014
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET - free to all
Presenters: Robin Dewald, Senior Faculty Program Director at Excelsior College, Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey - TLT Group.
The Power of Presence takes you on a journey from the beginning of an online course to the end, showing you tips and tricks to keep your students engaged throughout the term. The journey travels you through ways of communicating and using technology to create and maintain teacher and social presence in the course.
Up-coming FridayLive! events
| Book Discussion and “How To” Series || Cognitive Science Book Discussion Series|
The Cognitive Science book discussion series Concludes on
3rd and final book in our series. FICTION: Sloan, Robin (2013) Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore, Picador, New York, NY. (It's a novel, but it deals (colorfully and rivetingly) with the clash between so-called Old Knowledge (books) and New Knowledge (internet and other virtual forms of communication). Not only that, it's a great read--funny, swashbuckling, and serious by turns.)
|Encourage. Enable. Engage.|