Past Events

Accessible Course Design: Building without Barriers

Designing accessible hybrid and online courses benefits more than just learners with disabilities. Learn easy-to-use design strategies to create accessible content for all learners.


Course Design Made Easy: Learning Modules

Design your course using learning modules in Canvas and learn how modules can improve the quality of your web-enhanced, hybrid or online course. This workshop will cover best practices for organizing your course with modules.



Teach, Learn, Course Design October 16 to October 30, 2017


Accessible Course Design: Building without Barriers

Designing accessible traditional, hybrid and online courses benefits more than just learners with disabilities. Learn easy-to-use design strategies to create accessible content for all learners.





The Molloy Blend Faculty Discussion Panel


Co-sponsored with the Faculty Professional Center, the Molloy Blend Faculty Discussion Panel was held on April 11, 2017.
This panel highlighted hybrid/online teaching and learning at Molloy. Faculty members and their students from the divisions of business, education, humanities and nursing discussed their hybrid or online courses from the perspective of teacher and learner.




October 24, 2016



"It's So Easy!" The Molloy Blend Faculty Discussion Panel
Co-Sponsored by the Office of Blended/Online Learning and Student Success and the Faculty Professional Center, the event took place on Monday, October 24. The informative faculty discussion highlighted the use of Canvas for face-to-face, hybrid and online teaching at Molloy. Faculty members from various divisions discussed their courses from the perspective of teacher and learner.

                           

                                                                                              

                                                

                            

  

   

April 11, 2016
Dr. Madeline Craig hosted "The Molloy Blend Faculty Discussion Panel." Co-sponsored by the Office of Blended/Online Learning and Student Success and the Faculty Professional Center, the event brought faculty members and their students from the Division of Business, Education and Nursing together to discuss their hybrid/online courses. The perspective of the teacher and learner were both explored. Available resources were also discussed as well as Molloy's new Learning Management System (LMS) - Canvas.

 


 
            
Dean, Amy Gaimaro, welcomes participants
to "The Molloy Blend Faculty Discussion Panel."

                                                                           

The panel included Brendan Caputo (Ed.D. cohort),
 Dr. Nicholas Fargnoli (HUM), Dr. Joanne O'Brien (EDU), and Dr. Normadeane Armstrong (NUR) (left to right).

 
The Business Department, The Doctorate in Education Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities, Humanities, Graduate Education and Nursing were well represented by faculty and students.