Month: July 2020

Course Refresh Weekly Challenge Week 6 – Sharing Diverse Sources of Information

This 6-week challenge will help faculty focus on specific tasks to work on for your fall courses as we prepare for the possibility of different teaching modalities.  Each challenge is based on the TLTC’s simplified OSCQR (OPEN SUNY Course Quality Rubric) checklist. We hope that as you build your course, the checklist is helpful as …

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Course Refresh Weekly Challenge Week 5 – Clear Course Expectations

This 6-week challenge will help faculty focus on specific tasks to work on for your fall courses as we prepare for the possibility of different teaching modalities.  Each challenge is based on the TLTC’s simplified OSCQR (OPEN SUNY Course Quality Rubric) checklist. We hope that as you build your course, the checklist is helpful as …

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Course Refresh Weekly Challenge Week 4 – Creating Digital Critical and Creative Thinking Activities

Week 4 – Effective Course Activities This 6-week challenge will help faculty focus on specific tasks to work on for your fall courses as we prepare for the possibility of different teaching modalities.  Each challenge is based on the TLTC’s simplified OSCQR (OPEN SUNY Course Quality Rubric) checklist. We hope that as you build your …

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Course Refresh Weekly Challenge Week 3 – Establishing Collaborations

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This 6-week challenge will help faculty focus on specific tasks to work on for your fall courses as we prepare for the possibility of different teaching modalities.  Each challenge is based on the TLTC’s simplified OSCQR (OPEN SUNY Course Quality Rubric) checklist. We hope that as you build your course, the checklist is helpful as …

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Grading Schema

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Frank Thornton, Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling and Special Education, SUNY Oneonta, This short video helps explain how to make the letter grades that appear in Blackboard match your syllabus grading format. If you have any questions just drop me a line. This is part of a series of posts collected by the TLTC and …

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