Choice Points for Teaching Online Courses that Involve Community Engagement: Community Engagement Speaker Series

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Brief Description:

 

Dr. Dumlao’s presentation will focus on considering different types of community engagement and partnership development along with specific choice points for online teaching. Dr. Dumlao will share practical examples from her online courses that focus on community engagement to include a graduate course called Community Engagement and Health Communication. Participants will take away ideas and resources to build their own community-engaged courses representing different disciplines of study using online or hybrid approaches.

Lunch will be provided. This event is part of the Community Engagement Spring Speaker Series hosted by the Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement and the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement.

Full Description:

Dr. Dumlao’s presentation will focus on considering different types of community engagement and partnership development along with specific choice points for online teaching to include:

  • Who are my online Students? (“Audience” Analysis- Access synchronous, asynchronous or both, locations, etc.)
  • Will the course be fully online or partially face-to-face?
  • What technology and teaching “features” (and help) are available on my campus?
  • What pedagogical goals guide my course/ the curricula?
  • What community-focused goals/issues will be addressed?
  • How can I/we choose community partners?
  • Will students do projects OR direct service (individuals/groups)?
  • What teaching materials/ assignments will be needed?
  • Other considerations for a DE teacher- on-the-spot problem solving, showing caring online, addressing communication differences, etc.

Dr. Dumlao will share practical examples from her online courses that focus on community engagement to include a graduate course called Community Engagement and Health Communication. Participants will take away ideas and resources to build their own community-engaged courses representing different disciplines of study using online or hybrid approaches.