How to Effectively Teach Online


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How to Effectively Teach Online

Learn how to adapt your in-person teaching into effective online instructional experiences for you and your students. Free, thanks to the generous support of the Knight Foundation. 



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How to Teach Effectively Online

Are you faced with a transition to online instruction? Trying out new teaching methods can be daunting. How to Teach Effectively Online explores topics pertinent to college educators, faculty, instructors, adjuncts and TAs. In this one-hour webinar, you will hear from veteran interactive learning experts on how to adapt in-person teaching plans into redesigned instructional activities for online learning. Ask questions about any aspect of your course, share your concerns or your quandaries, and gather insight from peers.


Broadcast date: Friday, March 13 at noon Eastern time

Course learning outcomes

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

1. Communicate effectively with students virtually
2. Reshape fieldwork assignments
3. Rethink skills classes
4. Reimagine discussion-intensive small group work
5. Find and infuse high-quality, online-ready modules and resources into your course(s)
6. Respond with confidence to your students’ online learning needs in this new setting

Who should take this course?

College educators, faculty, instructors, adjuncts, teaching assistants, faculty development and instructional design professionals, academic business continuity stakeholders. Anyone who wants to support their students’ journeys to success.

Live attendance is limited to 180 seats. You will be able to log in thirty minutes prior to the webinar start time. Please log in early on the day of the webinar to ensure your seat.


Shelley Stewart, Ph.D.

Shelley Stewart, Ph.D.

Learning Management System Administrator & eLearning Developer


Bridget Donovan

Bridget Donovan, M.Ed.

Interactive Learning Manager

The Poynter Institute

Training sponsor

Knight Foundation

Course producer
Poynter’s News University