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ACUE Webinar – Effective Online Instruction

April 2, 6, 9, 14, 17 & 20, 2020

Kevin Kelly –
Author of Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments.

Higher education has made an astonishing national transition to online learning. Traditional classrooms may be closed across campuses, but class is still in session, as faculty have gone above and beyond to ensure that their students keep learning.

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Lilly Conference on Teaching & Learning

February 27, 2020

Kevin Kelly –
Fostering Equity, Connectedness and Inclusion in Your Courses With Universal Design for Learning and Design for Learning Equity.

It’s easy to fall into the “one size fits all” trap when we build courses and course activities. It’s challenging to design and facilitate course experiences that are equitable and inclusive, and that foster human connection.

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DETCHE Conference

December 3, 2019

Kevin Kelly
Increasing Equity for Online Learners: Course and Campus Level Strategies

First, the good news: Overall retention and success rates for online learners have almost reached parity with those for on-ground learners. However, there’s still work to do: Large, equity-based achievement gaps still exist for a number of student sub-populations, such as Black/African-American and Latinx students, first generation students, and foster youth.

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POD Network Annual Conference

November 16, 2019

Kevin Kelly

The POD Network envisions that all post-secondary institutions value, support, and reward the work of their educators, scholars, and leaders, with an emphasis on teaching as a core scholarly activity, informed by research and reflection, and resulting in success for all students.

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Online Teaching Conference

June 17, 2019

Kevin Kelly – Video Included Below
Online Student Community: What do students need from us?

The effective practice of encouraging community in our online classes has been with us a long time.  However, the imminent addition of a requirement for student-to-student interaction to our DE regulations should cause us to reimagine how we make it a priority.

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