April 12, Friday • 1.30p – 2.30p • Moore 258
Developing online courses can feel intimidating to instructors who feel uncertain about their technological expertise. However, a variety of online tools and freeware have made preparing online classes easier than many people anticipate. This talk will focus on tools utilized by the School of Social Work in developing both synchronous and asynchronous classes, as well as discuss the amount of time involved in creating these courses.
Rebecca L. Stotzer, MA, MSW, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of Distance Education, UH School of Social Work