Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)

Part 2: Demystifying the digital pedagogy of teaching online

Session recording (requires WCSU login)

You are invited to CELT online faculty panel discussion… Friday, May 8, 12pm-1pm, via WebEx (WCSU Login required to access WebEx meeting link)

Please join your colleagues for another thought-provoking conversation about the digital pedagogy of teaching online hosted by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

This session will focus on fostering online student engagement and learning through fostering community and rapport in the class.  We will discuss a variety of techniques, such as group work, discussion, peer to peer learning and other online course community building techniques. Faculty panelists will share their experience, tips, techniques, and lessons learned on this important and challenging aspect of online learning.

Hosted by Adam Brewer, CELT Director
Opening Remarks by Missy Alexander, Provost
Moderated by Aura Lippincott, Instructional Designer


  • Maya Aloni, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
  • Nicole DeRonck, Ph.D., Ed.D., CRC, School Counseling Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Counseling, Department of Education & Educational Psychology
  • Sharon Yamen, J.D., Associate Professor, Division of Justice & Law Administration
  • Sharon Young, LCSW, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Social Work