Latest posts by Madara Mason (see all)
- Personal Reflections on a CITE Project - March 14, 2014
- Techniques for Innovative Ideas & Partnerships - February 19, 2014
- Deadline April 15th, 2014 for Google Research Awards Applications - November 25, 2013
Community is a driving force here at UAF eCampus. Community drives our classrooms, our faculty development, and the teams that comprise our support unit.
The CITE Fellows have become a community as well. Our Innovation Lab, the first full-day activity we did with them, was full of community-building activities. Since we didn’t want to lose the connections we built in the first few months, we set up a Google+ Community. The Instructional Designers with whom the CITE Fellows are collaborating and the Fellows themselves are all contributing members of this community. Although we’re not allowing any more members to join, feel free to follow the conversations, resources, links, and reflections that take place there!
If you’re interested in joining one of our discussion groups, there are a number you might find interesting that are open to UAF faculty to join or follow:
Our YouTube channel is growing and you can subscribe to Teaching Tips Live, watch faculty lectures, and get valuable training.
Follow UAF eCampus on Facebook to get updates on activities, resources for students, and other entertaining input on the world of eCampus.
If Twitter is your social media stream of choice, we’re there too. Take a look at what we’re saying here.
The UAF eCampus Faculty Development G+ Community, a community any faculty, adjunct, or TA can join to garner resources, share ideas, or just look for new approaches.