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Online Social Work Teaching and Learning Resource Center


Online Social Work Teaching and Learning Resource Center

The Online Social Work and Learning Resource Center serves as a teaching resource for full-time and adjunct faculty and doctoral students. Resources, including instructional videos, slide tutorials, screencasts, and bibliographies are available for a variety of topics related to teaching online and using technology to engage students in virtual as well as traditional classrooms. Additional resources will be added each month during the 2014-2015 academic year according to the calendar below. We welcome any feedback on the resources available on this page, as well as suggestions for topics of interest to the UTA School of Social Work.

Month Topic
September Flipping the Classroom
October Connecting with Students in an Online Environment
November Innovative Technologies for Face-to-Face Classroom
December Innovative Technologies for Online Classroom
January Effective Online Course Design
February Providing Feedback to Students in Online Classes
March Encouraging Students to Student Interaction in Online Courses
April Innovative Technologies Revisited

 

Faculty Coordinator

Dr. Diane MitschkeDiane B. Mitschke is an Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work, and is solely responsible for the content published on this page. Dr. Mitschke has been teaching online graduate and undergraduate social work courses since 2006, but only recently discovered her passion for the power of online education through her participation as a fellow in the UT-Arlington Professional e-Learning Community (PLC) through the LINK Research Lab. Currently, she serves as the facilitator for the Tech Tools PLC, a group comprised of faculty and staff focused on incorporating new technologies into their online and face to face classrooms in order to connect and engage with students in innovative ways.