A COURSE STORY: Teaching Jazz History Online
October 14, 2015
11:45am - 12:45am
Connelly Auditorium, 8th floor, Terra Hall
The presenter will discuss what he has learned from teaching online at UArts. He will cover techniques for engaging students and for testing, and will talk about the advantages of online courses and how teaching online can improve one's teaching. Mistakes made and consequential course corrections will also be discussed.
Richard (Rick) Lawn is professor emeritus and former dean of CPA. He has served as director of Jazz Studies, chair of the Department of Music, and associate dean for Academic Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. Rick has published over fifty compositions and his three books have become staples among jazz educators and students. He also leads the UArts faculty-based band POWER of TEN. His only prior experience with distance learning was in the 1970s, before the Internet!
NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION
TBA August 2015
Presented by the Center for Teaching and Learning
Terra Board Room, 9th floor, Terra Hall
At the beginning of each semester, the Center sponsors a New Faculty Orientation. During this session you will meet colleagues and administrators who will introduce you to the workings of the University in order to make your entry to the community easier.
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