by Sky V. King, Instructional Designer II Stuck in the doldrums of grading your student’s ho-hum writing? In the inaugural article of this series, “Raise the Bar: Building Better Writing Assignments,” the value of writing and general strategies on developing structured writing assignments were introduced. Chunking a large writing project into smaller tasks with specific […]
By: Dr. Michael A. Brown Sr., PhD Public Administration Professor, FIU Online After creating a social media planning course for FIU, I struggled a bit with lesson plans. The issue was that one of the chosen textbooks, The Social Media Bible by Lon Safko and David K. Brake, did not specifically address social media […]
This year’s conference sessions were filled with inspiring and informative speeches from our two keynote speakers, Erin Gruwell and Elliott Masie. We also offered enriching sessions focused on collaboration, innovation, technology and design. To access the recordings from the keynotes and sessions, please access the 2016 FIU Online Conference Summary Page.
At the 2016 FIU Online Conference, we provided a sneak peek of the Affordability Counts program. We are happy to announce that the ‘Affordability Counts’ program is now live at FIU! This initiative has two objectives: Help make college education more affordable by encouraging the adoption of low-cost course materials. Recognize faculty who have proactively […]
By Sky V. King, Instructional Designer II Do you ever wish you received better student submissions to your writing assignments? Writing can be difficult for students, as it is a complex skill that needs frequent practice. Implementing structured writing assignments can enhance learning and promote the receipt of better results from students’ submissions. There are […]