Fall 2021 Webinar Series

OLT webinars are live online sessions authored and presented by experts in pedagogy. Sessions typically range from 30-60 minutes and include a Q&A with the presenter. Webinars include corresponding activities and resources that help to put the learning into practice. 

How to Design with Learning in Mind

In this 45-minute, interactive workshop, facilitator Melissa Wehler will discuss how she uses Mayer's Principles of Multimedia Learning to create course materials that are designed for learning. 

Date

Friday, October 29, 10am ET​

Location

Zoom​

Investment

$10 (free for OLT Community Members)

Presenter

Melissa Wehler, PhD

Supporting ADHD Learners

In this ninety-minute, interactive webinar, facilitator Karen Costa will host a discussion of strategies to support ADHD learners including students, faculty, and staff. You'll learn about different ways of understanding ADHD, how to integrate a strengths-based, challenge-aware approach that will benefit all learners, and you'll have a chance to brainstorm solutions with Karen and your colleagues. The one-hour webinar will be followed by a 30-minute Q & A session. Join us to learn together about how we can better support this underserved and often misunderstood group of learners.

Investment

$20​

Presenter

Karen Costa

How Ungrading Can Work For You

Ungrading can sometimes look like an enormous undertaking, but it isn't an all or nothing proposition. This workshop will explain why ungrading is a powerful pedagogical practice, and suggest concrete steps you can take to move toward more feedback and fewer grades in your courses.  You'll leave this webinar with a plan for taking your first step into ungrading, and learn about the range of resources available to you as you plan for future endeavors.

Investment

$10/individual

Presenter

Dr. Catherine Denial

Moving Forward this Fall

Join us for a 45-minute panel moderated by the OLT. Panelists will share lessons they learned during pandemic teaching and the things they plan to carry with them into future semesters.