Are you interested in understanding the activity of your students in online discussions, what the data means, and how it can help Instructors connect with students?
Learn how the University of Michigan and Harmonize collaborated to analyze student interaction data during the ongoing Spring 2021 semester. In this on-demand video recording, we discuss how setting multiple due dates influences the activity levels in an online classroom and what level of analytics are useful for instructors and instructional designers when making informed decisions throughout a course.
Emily Ravenwood | Manager, Learning and Teaching Consultants, University of Michigan
Emily Ravenwood manages several instructional support teams for the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Her instructional design team, the Learning and Teaching Consultants, work with faculty on creating course activities or entire courses, run outreach to faculty about pedagogical best practices and new tools, and teach faculty and students to make effective use of LSA’s technology and teaching spaces. Emily was teaching faculty, and a website designer on the side, for 10 years before making the career shift to instructional design and ed-tech.
Clint Popetz | CTO & Analytics Lead, 42 Lines
Clinton Popetz is a seasoned technologist and e-learning designer with more than 30 years of experience in software development. At 42 Lines he is responsible for all technology strategy, development, and operations and seeks to elevate online learning by applying world-class technologies to application delivery.
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