“Confronting ‘ You Can’t Do That Online ’ ”: Using Guest Speakers in a Fully Online, Asynchronous Course. Vince Cyboran, Ed.D., Associate Professor Graduate Program in Training and Development Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies. Overview. The challenge. The solution.
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Vince Cyboran, Ed.D., Associate Professor
Graduate Program in Training and Development
Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies
Provide a guest speaker for students in a fully online, asynchronous course.
Make it easy for both students and the guest speaker: No separate software.
Keep the promise of ‘time and location flexible’ for online courses at RU: Respect students’ schedules, allowing Q&A over a period of a week (a module).
Don’t overwhelm the guest speaker.
Choose a guest speaker who had graduated from the MATD program.
Example of success.
Example of ‘giving back’ to the program.
Familiar with Blackboard.
Example of continuing our outreach to our graduates.
Has one week to answer questions and ‘interact’ with students.