Online Teaching Practices Swap Shop

Who?

Online educators at all levels are welcome

When?

Friday, March 29 from 3-4 p.m. via MS Teams

Sign Up

The Online Teaching Practices Swap Shop is an exciting and collaborative opportunity hosted by the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning for online educators. Come together to share your best practices while collectively crowd-sourcing innovative solutions to challenges in your online courses. All online educators, experts or beginners, are welcome to join this community of educators who are ready to elevate their virtual classrooms with collective wisdom.


Moderated by Kelvin Thompson, Vice Provost for Online Strategy and Teaching Innovation, these informal workshop sessions will give instructors a platform to showcase some of their teaching triumphs and innovations, as well as collect advice from the group about ways to approach trials or issues that have been encountered in the online classroom. We hope to create a space for active engagement in discussions around how to elevate the digital learning experience at UofL.

Upcoming Session

Join our next session! It will be held on Friday, March 29, 2024, from 3-4 p.m. via MS Teams.
Additional dates will be announced for spring semester.

Facilitator

Kelvin Thompson

Kelvin Thompson
Vice Provost for Online Strategy and Teaching Innovation
University of Louisville

Kelvin Thompson, EdD, Vice Provost for Online Strategy and Teaching Innovation at UofL, is a 2014 graduate of the "Breakthrough Models Academy", and in 2020, he was selected as a Fellow of the Online Learning Consortium. He holds an EdD in curriculum and instruction and a master of arts degree in instructional systems technology from the University of Central Florida and a bachelor of music education degree from The Florida State University. In addition, he serves as co-host of TOPcast: The Teaching Online Podcast.

 
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