Summer Institute 2012

The 2012 TTI Summer Institute takes a comprehensive and systematic approach to the design and development of online courses. It coaches faculty through the process of instructional design, introduces strategies for building online collaboration, and discusses methodologies for creating instructional activities and learning assessments. The Institute is committed to promoting active learning, facilitating integrative collaboration, building effective online learning assessment, and developing successful online course management skills. This event demonstrates instructional technologies that can be integrated into online courses to facilitate online learning. It also provides an opportunity for faculty to share experiences and work on an online course with individual consultation provided by our Technology Training and Integration (TTI) staff.

Click the image to the right for 2012 presentations. All Summer Institute participants are enrolled into the Blackboard course, "TTI Summer Institute 2012 Workshops". Please log into the course for the workshop resources and documentation.

 Summer Institute 2012 Presentations

How the Summer Institute Works:
The Summer Institute will offer a broad range of perspectives on online and hybrid course design and teaching. Participants will learn about online program development at MSU and hear from faculty who have experience teaching online courses, are in the process of developing an online course, or who have effectively integrated technologies into teaching. Practical resources and information will be provided to participants regarding online course planning/analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. There will also be an opportunity to participate in relevant workshops and presentations focused on effective online instruction, interaction and assessment. Each day offers opportunities to collaborate and learn from colleagues as well as benefit from TTI's team of instructional designers and trainers as participants develop their own online or hybrid course.

Who Should Attend?

Montclair State University faculty who:

  • Plan on and are interested in teaching Hybrid/online courses
  • Currently are teaching hybrid/online courses
  • Seek to integrate effective technologies into teaching online

We strongly suggest that participants have experience working with Blackboard 9. If you are not familiar with Blackboard we highly encourage you to attend one of our Introduction to Blackboard training courses prior to the Summer Institute.


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Faculty Presentations