The Provost’s Office and the MacPherson Institute are pleased to introduce a new virtual panel series called Teaching Remotely: Shared Experiences. This series will bring together faculty, instructors and staff from across McMaster to share their experiences in developing and contributing to remote teaching.
Session 2: Engaging Students & Creating Online Community
Learning isn’t just about the content, it’s also about the experience. That’s why it’s important to consider how your remote teaching will work to bring students together, create engagement and build an online community in your new virtual classroom.
Join us for the second virtual panel to learn about the ways in which faculty, instructors and staff have been able to successfully use methods, tools and resources to create engaged students and online communities in their remote teaching.
You will have an opportunity to learn from each speaker about their experience and to participate in a live Q&A.
The panelists for this session are:
Amanda Montague: Postdoctoral Fellow, Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
Mark Busser: Academic and Experiential Learning Coordinator, Faculty of Social Sciences
Katie Moisse:Assistant Professor, Life Sciences Program Coordinator, Faculty of Science
Register here. You will receive information about joining the panel through Microsoft Teams upon registration.