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ASPPH Presents Webinar: Sidekick Survival Skills for Faculty

Behind every good superhero is the person in the background making sure things run smoothly. Batman and Robin had Alfred. Superman had Jimmy Olsen. But for some undergraduate and graduate faculty transitioning to remote learning, they have to assume both roles.

In this interactive webinar, we will discuss considerations unique to the online environment, such as using a Learning Management System template, universal design, ADA compliance, copyright/fair use, and calculating seat time -tools and concepts to help you win the battle of remote teaching.

  • Featured Speakers

    Mary-Katherine McNatt, DrPH, MPH

    Department Chair and Associate Professor
    A.T. Still University College of Graduate Health Studies

    Mary-Katherine McNatt is the Public Health Department Chair at AT Still University. She has been involved in online teaching and course development for more than 10 years,and enjoys working toward keeping courses innovative and experiential.

    C Sue McDaniel, MS

    Instructional Designer/QM Coordinator
    A.T. Still University College of Graduate Health Studies

    Sue McDaniel has been working in the instructional design field for more than 15 years and enjoys the challenge of creating engaging and educational courses.

    Susan Thomas, MSEd

    Instructional Designer
    A.T. Still University College of Graduate Health Studies

    Susan Thomas has designed instruction for online delivery for more than 15 years and enjoys helping instructors create the ideal online learning experience.

  • Learning Outcomes
    • Develop a template within the LMS
    • Describe components of universal design
    • Discuss ADA compliance issues
    • Examine copyright/fair use considerations
    • Identify ways to calculate seat time//workload
  • Presentation Slides with Speaker Notes

    Download the Superhero Survival Skills for Faculty slide presentation with speaker notes here.  Download presentation.