Showcasing Student Learning Gains

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UCF Library (or online via YouTube Live)

LIB161B

12701 Pegasus Drive

Orlando, FL 32816

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In this second session of the Dziuban Award Workshop Series, professors Groff and Brunson address how online faculty may provide clear evidence of student learning gains and other success measures from the online environment. Such evidence is essential for faculty planning to submit proposals this fall for the 2018 Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.

About the Award

Named after UCF’s Chuck Dziuban, the award recognizes one outstanding UCF faculty member who has taught at least one fully online course within the previous academic year. Dziuban is an internationally acclaimed leader in online learning and, among many other recognitions, was named UCF’s first Pegasus Professor and is currently a Professor Emeritus.

Meet the Presenters

Amanda Groff is an Associate Lecturer of Anthropology. Dr. Groff received the 2012 Dziuban Award for demonstrating excellent online teaching in her course, ANT3302: Sex, Gender and Culture.

Rick Brunson is an Associate Instructor of Journalism. Professor Brunson co-facilitated four sessions of IDL6543 from Summer 2016 to Summer 2017.

Seminar notes and resources will be available at https://cdl.ucf.edu/daw-learning-gains/ after the live event.

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LIB161B

12701 Pegasus Drive

Orlando, FL 32816

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