The COVID-19 crisis has shined a light on learners who are often forgotten: online and distance learners. As the majority of schools quickly transitioned to online-only methods of instruction, many took an experimental approach to find ways to engage these students. On most campuses, however, these students have always existed. Many accrediting agencies require colleges and universities to demonstrate how they provide equal access to campus programs and services to online and distance learners – failing to do so effectively could have serious consequences. Perhaps a lasting positive impact of the present moment in the history of higher education is that we can emerge from this crisis better prepared to serve this deserving student population.
This innovative and forward-looking webinar will provide practical guidance for developing strategies to engage students in online environments authentically. Applying student engagement theory and research regarding how individuals engage and learn online, the audience will leave with easy to implement approaches to helping their students learn, lead, and connect online.
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