New Resource: How to Be a Better Online Teacher

Published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, the How to Be a Better Online Teacher Advice Guide dispels misconceptions about online courses and suggests practical guidelines to design impactful online learning experiences.  Be sure to check out the article’s links to explore support resources.

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MATC Online Teaching Requirements and Training

The online teaching requirements have been updated in the Faculty Handbook  Appendix, please review. The Teaching & Learning Technology team is here to support you in offering courses to help you satisfy the requirements. View the Summer Blackboard Training Schedule. Watch your MATC Gmail for announcements; the fall schedule will be released soon! Contact Teaching and […]

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WileyPLUS Planned Maintenance

WileyPLUS Planned Maintenance May 5, 5:00 – 5:15 CST Maintenance Details Dear WileyPLUS User, Wiley continues to fine-tune WileyPLUS. On Saturday, May 5th, we will be updating our system. As a result, WileyPLUS will be unavailable from 5:00 – 5:15 AM CST. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, […]

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Discouraging Cheating in Online Tests

In online courses, where a student completes a test off-campus without instructor supervision, online tests must be considered as open-book tests because students often have access to a wide variety of information resources. Furthermore, students with a mobile device would still be able to take pictures of the test questions as displayed on the computer […]

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