Online Teaching and Learning
Lehman College uses Blackboard as its content management system for courses. Most classes will have some component of coursework (syllabus, documents), collaboration, teaching, and learning available online. Some courses will be designated as blended or hybrid, where class hours are both in a classroom on campus (face-to-face time/f2f) and other hours of coursework, assignments, collaboration, teaching and learning are completed online. Some classes are asynchronous, with all the coursework and student/faculty interaction completed online.
To learn more about online education, BlackBoard, student email accounts, CUNY Portal or to request assistance, visit: Online Education for Students.
Call your program coordinator or department office (ECCE, MHSE, CLLSE) to learn if your course(s) are blended/hybrid or asynchronous.
- Faculty Online Rich Media Teaching and Learning
- Welcome from Alyson Vogel
- Online Teaching and Learning Leadership Team
- Online Teaching and Learning Checklist
Associate Director, Online Education for the Office of Undergraduate Studies and Online Education
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number: 347-577-4024
Are you interested in improving or developing online hybrid/blended and asynchronous courses in an upcoming semester? Would you like to explore any of the following? To learn more about the types of activities that can be a part of your hybrid/blended classroom make an appointment to speak with AlysonVogel. Also, watch for specific workshops may include some or all of the following:
- How can I manage my hybrid/blended teaching environment using Blackboard (including ideas/activities for the added hour due to the bell schedule)?
- How do we define participation online?
- How can I use blogs and wikis?
- How do we build cohesion and community in the online space?
- What is effective with respect to discussion board facilitation and conversation?
- How do I use Web 2.0 tools and develop social networking activities? (and what exactly are Web 2.0 tools?)
- How do I help students organize and participate in group work?
- How do I read and respond to all this online discussion board material?
Focused training program with Alyson Vogel on online course development. For School of Education faculty who are interested in fine-tuning and improving a course that has an online component.
In November 2008, an Online Teaching and Learning Leadership Team was established in the School of Education. In collaboration and consultation with each other, evaluation of our own practices, contributions from colleagues and adaptation of great work from colleges and faculty that have blazed the path before us, we have created this checklist as a beginning guide to creating your blended learning (hybrid) or asynchronous course. New understanding, experiences and features will inform updates to this checklist.
About the checklist: We offer guiding principles, a concrete checklist and as many user guides/how-to/samples as possible. Leadership Team faculty are available for support.
- Leslie Lieman, Division of Ed, Chair
- Margo DelliCarpini, MHSE
- Roy Fernandez, ECCE
- Lisa Gursel, ECCE
- Laura Roberts, CLSS
Last modified: Aug 21, 2012