Best Practices for Integrating Digital Materials
Into Your Course

Thursday, April 5, 2 pm ET | 11 am PT

 

Ninety-two percent of college students believe digital textbooks have benefits over physical textbooks, yet faculty are often reluctant to transition to digital course materials.
 
In order to meet the needs of today’s digital-native students, faculty must integrate digital learning materials into the classroom. Faculty who are new to using such materials may be unsure of how to start. Even faculty who are comfortable using digital course materials may not know the best practices for properly planning for and teaching with eTextbooks.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Best practices for planning a course, offer strategies to help faculty make the most of digital textbooks in and out of the classroom
  • The powerful study tools offered by eTextbooks
  • And demonstrate the best method to monitor student engagement throughout the semester.
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Presenter
Lauren Clark
Director of the Learning Commons
University of Cincinnati
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Presenter
Noel DeJarnette
Assistant Director of the Learning Commons
University of Cincinnati
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Presenter
William Horner
Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
University of Missouri
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Presenter
Bryan R. Smith, PhD
Director, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning
University of Cincinnati
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Presenter
Daniel Green
Director of Product Analytics
VitalSource
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Presenter
Frieda Klotz
Moderator

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