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Effective Remote and Online Learning for Adult Learners:
Taking online learning to the next level of excellence

Are you looking for ways to improve your institution’s existing online and remote learning options or even transition face-to-face courses to these models? Join our panel of experienced instructional designers and faculty leaders in a discussion about: transitioning your current on-ground courses to effective remote or online courses; or, taking your current online courses to the next level of excellence at a very critical time for adult learners.

 

We’ll focus on how to successfully guide your students to curriculum outcomes using remote and online learning practices that are proven winners. The team will answer basic questions and share ideas such as:

 

  • Where to begin before transitioning to remote and online learning
  • How to avoid “death by data dump”
  • How to engage students
  • How to present content
  • Media delivery tools
  • Tailoring outcome-based assessments

 

Participants will “walk away” with the ability to:

  • Implement remote and online learning pedagogy
  • Design remote and online learning experiences that engage students
  • Use a variety of media delivery options to increase effectiveness

 

Watch for this timely and substantive webinar that can help you develop your online programs – or take your current online programs from good to great!

 

 

Meet your panelists:

Davin Winger, Dean of the College of Business and Technology, Oklahoma Panhandle State University

 

davinDavin Winger is the Dean of the College of Business and Technology at Oklahoma Panhandle State University. He and his wife, Teague have been married 37 years and have three adult children. Dean Winger has an MBA and an MA in Theology both of which he earned online. Dean Winger has served as Online Co-Administrator for Oklahoma Panhandle State University and as an Online Student Life Coordinator for Catholic Distance University.  He has developed both traditional and online courses. Dean Winger has worked in several different Learning Management Systems using different media tools in his classes.

 

Dr. Tammy Shelton, Vice President of Business Development and Academic Services, Capital Education

 

Dr. Tammy Shelton has over 23 years in Adult Higher Education with varied academic, admissions, and marketing backgrounds.  Her knowledge and experience include working in both Proprietary and Regionally Accredited, Private Non-Profit higher education institutions.  Her experience includes creating and facilitating non-traditional educational delivery models that support both student learning and recruitment.

 

Dr. Shelton participates on many fronts in the Higher Education Community.  She served on The Texas Women in Higher Education board and currently serves on The Council for Accelerated Programs board and was a former two-term National Chair.  Her experience also includes consulting in the areas of marketing and curriculum design for Higher Education Institutions.

 

Dr. Shelton currently is the Vice President of Business Development for CapEd and is the former Vice Provost for Non-traditional Students at Concordia University Texas.  She received a B.S. in Speech Communication from the University of Texas, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University Texas with her thesis focused on Differentiated Instruction and Adult Learners, and a Doctorate in Education from Concordia University with research concentrated on the Perceptions of College Curriculum Influence on Graduate Soft-Skill Development and Post-Graduate Employment.

 

Eric Sherman, Academic Services Facilitator & Learning Technologist, Capital Education

 

ericEric Sherman has over 20 years of experience working with adult learners, and 12 years of experience teaching online and assisting faculty and subject matter experts (SMEs) in a variety of areas in higher education and professional educational programs.  Eric’s formal education is in communication, education, broadcasting and theatre, and biblical theology. His informal education has been through a love for getting to know people, understanding new perspectives, and world travel.  He also has the benefit of being both a traditional and online learner, as well as teaching in a classroom, blended environment, and solely online. 

 

Eric has taught Mass Media LawIntroduction to Studio ProductionAdvanced Field Production, and Fundamentals of Communication, just to name a few.  Eric has worked at multiple universities in areas ranging from Educational Technologies and Distance Learning all the way to being a Faculty Member, Instructional Designer, and Academic Technologist. He has led Educational Technology departments as an LMS SysAdmin of Canvas, Blackboard, eCollege, ANGEL, and WebCT.  Eric leads the Academic Services department at Capital Education.

 

 

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