“I think it’s really important that people don’t lose their voice in all of this…you can be personal with your students, build that relationship and still be super professional – and have a more successful experience with your students because of it.”Stephanie Park
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with one of their fellow E-Learning Designers, Stephanie Park, about her work supporting Trent faculty transition their courses to remote delivery over the summer and fall. It’s the last episode before Christmas break, so we also play a Christmas Ghost Game!
Some resources mentioned throughout the conversation:
- Save Me Dog Rescue is the organization Stephanie volunteers for and adopted her dog Cooper from!
- As a community-based organization, Contact North | Contact Nord helps underserved Ontarians in 800 small, rural, remote, Indigenous and Francophone communities get jobs by making it possible for them to access education and training without leaving their communities.
- Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City by Tanya Talaga.
- The H5P Studio from eCampusOntario is a great tool to help faculty create interactive activities.
- The Zoom Whiteboard and How To Use The Annotations Tool
- To play along with our Christmas Ghost Game, add these two classic holiday flicks to your must-see list: The Christmas Carol and Elf!
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