Online Faculty Learning Community -- for teachers of online courses | Meeting Tuesday 9/24

You’re invited to the first Online Faculty Learning Community meeting of the new academic year

The first Online Faculty Learning Community (OFLC) meeting of this academic year will happen on September 24th at 12:30 PM. In these meetings, teachers on online courses gather to share ideas – both online and face-to-face. 

The OFLC was created last year by a group of teachers of online ODU courses who wanted to get together once a month to talk about teaching online. 

The next gathering of the Online Faculty Learning Community will happen on Tuesday, September 24 in Gornto 422 and by two-way video from 12:30-1:30 pm.  The topic:  Using Hybrid Courses as a Student Engagement Tool.

We’ll ask you to share any of your own strategies for engaging your students, and we’ll discuss ways that teaching hybrid courses can improve learning outcomes.

To register to participate in Gornto 422 or via two-way video:  please visit and click EVENTS.  Then, look for the entry for the OFLC on September 24.  Once you have registered, you will receive an email notifying you of the option to participate via two-way video. If you want to participate via two-way video technology, please click “other” in the dropdown option box and click submit. If this is your first time using two-way video, please register by midnight, September 20th to allow for time to create and test your two-way video account.

For more information: Send email to or phone Susan Boze at 683-3172.


Posted By: Alison Schoew
Date: Thu Sep 19 09:44:45 EDT 2013