The Program for Online Teaching

A video about the Program for Online Teaching created by the POT leadership and AIS video masters Jim Chardi and Willie Byrd for MiraCosta’s convocation meeting on 22 January 2009. Includes peeks at course design from Louisa Moon, Jill Malone, Lisa M Lane, Pilar Hernández, Robert Kelley. (7 minutes)

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Beginners Workshop in 5 Minutes

An interpretive film of our Beginners Workshop (also known as “Where the Hell Do I Start?”), an all-day event on 20 January 2011. Here we present our method for starting out with pedagogy and taking control of the technology to teach the way you want.

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Reflecting Upon Your Online Course: From A Student’s Perspective

An overview of considerations by Robert Kelley.

Reflecting Upon Your Online Course: From A Student’s Perspective [pdf]

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http://hub.miracosta.edu/teaching-academy/online/handouts/ReflectingUponYourOnlineCourse.pdf

Visiting an online class: a discussion guide for colleagues

A chart for discussion of pedagogical elements represented in an online class, which can be used for faculty engaged in hiring, evaluating an online class or having their own class evaluated.

Visiting an online class: a discussion guide for colleagues [pdf]

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Multimedia E-books

Robert Kelley’s handout on how to make your own interactive, multimedia ebooks using pdf. From his September 2010 workshop.

Multimedia E-books Handout [pdf]

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http://hub.miracosta.edu/teaching-academy/online/handouts/EBookWorkshopHandout.pdf

Jing Tutorial

Provided is an example of using Jing by TechSmith to create a 5 minute (or shorter) video tutorial… Jing makes it incrediably easy to create a screen recording, upload it, and to share with others. The recording can with just one click either be uploaded to ScreenCast.com (you get 2 GB free) or to your . . . → Read More: Jing Tutorial

Jing: integrating screencasts into instruction

Jing: Robert Kelley’s tutorial, in text and video [pdf], on how to integrate screencasts into instruction.

by Robert Kelley