Faculty Panel: Student-To-Student Interactions in Online Courses
Providing opportunities for student-to-student interaction during the learning process is key in creating a community of inquiry for your students, especially in an online course. When students interact with one another, they become more engaged; when they are more engaged, they have more lasting learning experiences. By setting an open, respectful climate and supporting discourse between students, we create opportunities to deepen learning and understanding.
On Wednesday, May 18th from 2:30-3:30pm, join faculty panelists and UO Online live on Zoom as we discuss the benefits, challenges, and rewards of building a strong social presence in your online course offering. Review, analyze, and discuss real-life course examples from your University of Oregon colleagues!