KARE-ful pedagogy in online education: a conference talk within a pandemic

Amid a global Covid19 shutdown, homeschooling two kids, and  working full-time, I presented something resembling a conference presentation at this year's (moved online thanks to the great team @A_L_T) Open Educational Resource Conference (#OER20). I found this one difficult to prepare for. With the current climate there was a lack of head-space to craft it … Continue reading KARE-ful pedagogy in online education: a conference talk within a pandemic

Beyond the course team: an #LTHEChat blog

Or, We are all educators now: the unbundled faculty Back in June I hosted a workshop at the Academic Practice and Technology Conference to explore the shifting roles of academic faculty and professional staff in technology-infused education. I've been meaning to write up the workshop for a while, but it's been one of those things … Continue reading Beyond the course team: an #LTHEChat blog

Reaching through the screen: KARE as a new scaffolding for online education

Painted dome and inscription of McEwan Hall, Edinburgh

I had a paper accepted for ALT-C this year to talk about scaffolding fully online education, how it has been implemented in the past, and how we need to think about it differently going forwards. I am posting here a written summary of my talk, but if you would rather watch than read, it is … Continue reading Reaching through the screen: KARE as a new scaffolding for online education