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 November 6th - 10th

"UW Stout Online enthusiastically continues its contributions to the overall growth and success of the greater UW-Stout community. We currently offer 15 undergraduate degree programs, 15 graduate degree programs and 27 certificates and certifications, supported through Stout Online. Our team works diligently to support the faculty, staff, and students in these customized instruction programs.

Our distance students are an amazing group of individuals who are pursuing education away from the traditional setting. This year, the Stout Online student body is made up of 1,022 undergraduate and 1,012 graduate students, including both degree and non-degree seeking individuals, attending either full or part time.

Faculty and instructional academic staff also continue to enhance their programs, curriculum, and instruction to meet the needs of this population, as well. This helps to ensure the UW Stout experience, regardless of modality.

We want to take this time during National Distance Learning Week to recognize our distance learners and thank the faculty and staff who have extended the reach of our programs to students who otherwise would not have access to a UW-Stout education!  Your hard work and perseverance are appreciated!"

- Dr. Amy Gullixson / Associate Director / UW-Stout Online

 

Stout Distance Learning Week Activities

Monday, November 6, 2017

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Thursday, November 9, 2017

  • Office 365 & Skype for Business in the Classroom, 9:00am - 10:00am CST
  • Distance Learning & Technology Resources for Telehealth, 12:00 – 1:00pm CST
  • Resource Highlight
      • The Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center (NTLC) has launched its ETCetera: Educational Training Content modules. Each of these electronic modules was developed by a content expert and in most cases, includes 2 to 6 short supportive videos created by faculty representing a broad range of disciplines and teaching strategies. You will see that their enthusiasm for teaching is infectious! The 12 topics cover timely teaching issues and are designed to inspire and inform both new and seasoned faculty alike. The modules include reflective exercises and additional resources and are connected to a badge and certificate program.

        Over 50 faculty participated in this project and technical design support was provided by UW-Stout Online, while funding came from the Chancellor's Fund for Teaching Excellence and Student Success and NTLC. The modules are housed on UW-Stout’s LMS so to access them, contact Renee Howarton, NTLC Director, at howartonr@uwstout.edu.

Friday, November 10, 2017


Useful Online Library Resources

Search@UW

The library's main search portal for resources

Ask a Librarian

The best library resources are librarians. UW-Stout's librarians are available to you at a distance via chat, e-mail, phone and text.

Citation Manager
Organize, share and create reference pages in Word from your collected articles at Citation Manager (Mendeley).

Library YouTube Channel
Watch fun and instructional videos produced by the library on the UW-Stout Library YouTube Channel.

Streaming Videos
Create clips, playlists or watch videos from our numerous video streaming sites. Over 109,000 streaming videos available!

Ebooks
Access and download almost 430,000 books covering many subjects, from computer science and engineering to medicine and food science.



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USDLA Certification

University of Wisconsin - Stout is proud to be the first University in Wisconsin to be certified for excellence in distance education practices.

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OTPD Grant Opportunity

Interested in enhancing or improving your online teaching practice?

The Online Teaching Professional Development grant program is designed to do just that. 

To learn more, view this infographic or visit the OTPD grant website.

 

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