Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)

CELT Panel: Demystifying the digital pedagogy of teaching online

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4/17/2020 With four weeks of emergency remote teaching behind you, are you looking to take your online teaching to the next level? Are you new to online, or have some experience, but want to learn “how others are doing it?” As we have all moved to remote teaching, what are some lessons learned that we can apply to the rest of the semester and beyond? During this session, faculty panelists – from brand new to experienced practitioners – will share their experiences, lessons learned, “aha” moments, and the challenges and rewards of online teaching. Learn about what is involved in planning, preparing and facilitating an online course. Gain insights on how this modality is different from (and the same) as on-ground teaching. Learn valuable lessons, tips and tricks from those who have already tried (with or without success).

Hosted by Adam Brewer, Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Moderated by Aura Lippincott, Instructional Designer


  • Eileen Campbell, EdD, APRN, ACNS-BC, Assistant Professor, Undergraduate Coordinator, Department of Nursing
  • Bruce Dunbar, MA, Adjunct Professor, Photography, Department of Art
  • Kristin A. Giamanco, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
  • Stephanie Kuhn, PhD, Assistant Professor, Coordinator ABA Program, Department of Education