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7 Habits of Effective Online Teachers Webinar

Friday, November 17, 2017

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Do you want to know the secrets to being an effective online teacher? In this webinar, Dr. Sher Downing will share these with you to help you be the best teacher you can in your online classes! Join us for the Seven Habits of Online Teachers, where you will learn what great faculty members do to engage their online students and ensure successful learning outcomes.

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Sher Downing
Vice Chancellor, e-Learning
Palmetto College

With more than 25 years in post-secondary and technology education leadership, Dr. Sher Downing is the vice chancellor of e-learning for the University of South Carolina Palmetto College. Overseeing its online programs, she also serves as an associate professor at the Extended University. Her experience includes leading teams of IT and instructional design staff in the development and delivery of online-, hybrid-, blended-learning and classroom activities for undergraduate, graduate and corporate training programs. Downing’s research is focused on the transition of faculty from the traditional classroom to online and hybrid instruction. She holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D., both with specializations in instructional design for online learning, and also earned a master’s degree in legal studies with a focus on intellectual property/copyright.



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