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Video Shorts on Teaching Topics

Course Assessment Cycle
In this segment, Dr. Bob Dubois explains the Course Assessment Cycle and developing student trust in your abilities as their instructor. This is also an overview of assessment phases during a semester.

(Length 00:03:39)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Online Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Formative and Summative Assessment
Dr. Bob Dubois and Dr. Jessi Grieser discuss applying formative and summative assessments within a course. They review “when”, “why”, and “how” an instructor can help students learn and practice as well as assess student performance. Dr. Grieser provides some excellent examples!

(Length 00:13:38)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Online Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Book Review: “Creating Significant Learning Experiences” by L. Dee Fink
Dr. Bob Dubois and Dr. Jessi Grieser review the book “Creating Significant Learning Experiences” by L. Dee Fink.

(Length 00:06:00)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Online Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee
Backwards Design
Dr. Bob Dubois explains Backwards Design and essential questioning to support students’ level of confidence in a course.

(Length 00:06:08)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Onine Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Using Quality Matters Standards and Other Rubrics to Create Assessments
Dr. Bob Dubois explains standards for assessment. He reviews some Quality Matters standards as well as other rubric examples.

(Length 00:05:00)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Onine Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.

Learning to Work Together
Lisa Yamagata-Lynch and Craig Howard share some quick tips and strategies on working together in an asynchronous environment. Learn about assigning roles, using structure in course design, and student accountability.

(Length 00:06:23)
The full presentation “Designing Asynchronous Discussion” was recorded on January 22, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.

ARCS Motivational Model & Examples
This segment covers the ARCS Motivational Model and how using form and flow support learner motivation. Dr. Miriam Larson provides examples to support motivation in instructional design.

(Length 00:03:17)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Form & Flow and Supporting Theory and Research
Dr. Miriam Larson discusses theories that support form and flow. Key theories include Gestalt, Cognitive Load Theory, and Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning.

(Length 00:07:35)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Form & Flow Factors in Design
Dr. Miriam Larson discusses the definition of Form and Flow in design. She explains factors and examples to define good form and flow.

(Length 00:07:25)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Mayer’s CTML Principles
In this excerpt, Dr. Miriam Larson discusses more details on Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning (CTML).

(Length 00:03:35)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Backwards Design
Dr. Bob Dubois explains Backwards Design and essential questioning to support students’ level of confidence in a course.

(Length 00:06:00)
The full presentation “Strategies, Best Practices and Standards in Online Assessment” was recorded on October 23, 2020 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Formative Assessment Model
Quickly learn the process of formative assessment. John Walker reviews the Formative Assessment Model and details each part of the process.

(Length 00:3:39)
The full presentation “Assessment for Online & Hybrid Courses” was recorded on July 27, 2020.

Scenario Example: Self-Paced Asynchronous Interactive Module
Meggan Graves reviews examples of self-paced, interactive modules produced for the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Scenarios (VETS) project.

(Length 00:07:27)
The full presentation “Using Emergency Scenarios to Engage & Acclimate Veterinary Student to the culture of Professional Practice” was recorded on March 12, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Tips and Tools for Teaching Large Classes in Online Synchronous Modalities
In this 10 min video, listen and watch Mark Moon go through some details on strategies and a variety of tools to support learner engagement in a large online class modality.

(Length 00:010:37)
The full presentation “Tips and Strategies for Teaching Large Classes Online and Asynchronous Engagement” was recorded on March 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Using the Teaching Tool “MmHmm” in Presentations and Lectures
Watch demonstrations by Mark Moon on using the presentation teaching tool “MmHmm”. Then stick around a little longer for a short, how-to video from the mmhmm. www.mmhmm.app
(Length 00:05:06)
The full presentation “Tips and Strategies for Teaching Large Classes Online and Asynchronous Engagement” was recorded on March 5, 2021, as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Benefits of Asynchronous Engagement: Questions & Discussion Session
Lee Murphy discusses asynchronous engagement strategies and answers questions from the presentation participants about implementing these strategies in a large enrollment asynchronous classes.

(Length 00:010:37)
The full presentation “Tips and Strategies for Teaching Large Classes Online and Asynchronous Engagement” was recorded on March 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Using Humor to Engage the Learners
Dr. D’Elia-Zunino details how she provides students with the opportunity to experience a foreign language “in medias res” even when all activities have been canceled. This segment highlights how she incorporated humor for learner engagement.

(Length 00:01:35)
The full presentation “Experiential Learning in an Online Environment”was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
What is Instructional Message Design?
Dr. Miriam Larson discusses the definition of Instructional Message Design. She explains how instruction can manipulate external conditions of the learning environment to foster the learners’ internal cognitive processes.

(Length 00:01:10)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Form and Flow Tools
In this excerpt, Dr Miriam Laron discusses tools instructors can use that support Form and Flow within course design.

(Length 00:010:00)
The full presentation “Practical Visual Design to Support Learning and Engagement” was recorded on February 5, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Syllabus Day and Student Interaction
Brian Stevens reviews how he introduces his syllabus in a fun, engaging way with continued student interaction.

(Length 00:08:00)
The full presentation “Using OBS to Teach Virtually” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Using Whiteboards in Student Interaction
In this short segment, Brian Stevens demonstrates how he uses a whiteboard in an online, synchronous modality.

(Length 00:02:44)
The full presentation “Using OBS to Teach Virtually” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Fun Strategies in Class Direction with Student Interaction
Brian Stevens reviews some fun tools and tips to keep students engaged and interactive.

(Length 00:04:47)
The full presentation “Using OBS to Teach Virtually” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Gamification Tips
With more classes going online, instructors are challenged with finding news to promote student interaction. Brian Stevens provides a few tips on incorporating gaming online.

(Length 00:01:42)
The full presentation “Using OBS to Teach Virtually” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Going Beyond Teaching Tips and Tools
Brian Stevens discusses how an instructor can keep conversation and interaction with students a priority in the online environment.

(Length 00:04:56)
The full presentation “Using OBS to Teach Virtually” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.

Online Extra-Curricular Activities and Virtual Projects
This segment highlights how Dr. D’Elia-Zunino incorporates extracurricular activities in the online environment.

(Length 00:04:29)
The full presentation “Experiential Learning in an Online Environment” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Role-Playing in Experiential Learning
Dr. D’Elia-Zunino details how she provides students with the opportunity to experience a foreign language “in medias res” even when all activities have been canceled. This segment highlights how she incorporated role-playing for assigned topics in the online environment.

(Length 00:04:17)
The full presentation “Experiential Learning in an Online Environment” was recorded on April 23, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Scenario Example: Self-Paced Asynchronous Interactive Module
Meggan Graves reviews examples of self-paced, interactive modules produced for the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Scenarios (VETS) project.

(Length 00:07:27)
The full presentation “Using Emergency Scenarios to Engage & Acclimate Veterinary Student to the culture of Professional Practice” was recorded on March 12, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.

Who to Contact: Dr. Anna Sandelli
If you need information or support with student success, information literacy, experiential learning, inclusive teaching, or user experience contact Anna Sandelli. In this short segment, you will be introduced to Anna and how she can support your instructional needs.

(Length 00:2:19)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Who to Contact: Dr. Rachel Caldwell
This short segment introduces you to Rachel Caldwell. She can support you with Open Access, copyright questions, journal publishing, and more!

(Length 00:2:00)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Who to Contact: Dr. Elizabeth Spica
Do you have questions about textbook affordability or education leadership? Meet Elizabeth Spica who can support you with these topics and more.

(Length 00:1:28)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of TN, Knoxville.
Research Assistance and how to “Chat” with a Librarian
Anna Sandelli explains how easy it is to get research assistance and getting in touch with a Librarian; even chatting straight from Canvas.
(Length 00:1:30)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of TN, Knoxville
Library Collections and Online Resources
Find out more about electronic resources, digital collections and streaming media the library has to offer.

(Length 00:2:30)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of TN, Knoxville.
Teaching Support and Tools
What are all the ways UT Libraries can support designing online instruction? Learn about teaching tools, Canvas resources, and equipment available to instructors to create high-quality online learning environments.

(Length 00:6:29)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of Tennessee.
Support for Open Educational Resources (OER)
The library supports affordable textbooks and open educational resources. Learn more about receiving support in finding the best OERs for your courses.

Read the latest OIT news and more information on OER and faculty action: Open Educational Resources: Faculty Take Action

(Length 00:6:15)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of TN, Knoxville.
Finding Open Educational Resources (OER)
This segment focus on open educational resources (OERs), showcasing how they can be adopted and adapted into course content.

(Length 00:8:00)
The full presentation “The Library is Everywhere! Incorporating the UT Libraries into Online and Hybrid Teaching and Learning” was recorded on April 30, 2021 as part of the OLAP Brown Bag Series hosted by Online Learning and Academic Programs, University of TN, Knoxville.