November 15, 2017

Faculty, staff invited to Online Graduate Program Talk Series session on developing and teaching online courses

Digital Education and the Center for Professional Studies in Technology and Applied Research are inviting faculty and staff to the second session of the Online Graduate Program Talk Series that started in October.

This second session will describe the different models available to develop online graduate courses and the strategies faculty and instructors have used to teach in an online environment respectively. The panel will be composed of Purdue faculty, instructional designers and staff.

The session is scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 30 at Stewart Center, Room 209. Due to the limited space, those interested in attending must register for the session by Nov. 25 using this link.

Purdue is home to more than 20 distance self-supporting master's degrees plus noncredit programs bringing in more than $37 million a year. These programs provide opportunities for working professionals to advance their education in a convenient and interactive format anywhere around the world. 


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