Cosponsored by UNH Cooperative ExtensionThis noncredit class will be self-paced and offered online. You will learn how to create a course, presentation, or training module for online delivery using a variety of tools including SnagIt, Audacity, Articulate, MovieMaker, and more. You will see examples of different software, discuss what technology might work best for you, and learn best practices for structuring presentations that are engaging and effective for your audience. The course will take approximately 12 hours to complete and you will be able to work on it anytime, 24/7. There will be weekly assignments and online asynchronous discussions with the instructor and other class members. This course is suitable for teachers, business trainers and presenters, and anyone interested in putting together online courses or presentations. October 9 - one week prior to the start of the course you will be emailed an outline and you will be asked to log into the class to make sure you can access UNH's Canvas online teaching system. The course actually starts October 16, 2017, and you must complete it by end of the last week on November 10. Once you finish the course, you will receive a Letter of Completion and 1.2 CEUs attesting to your professional development. Intro Week: October 9-1; Course: October16-November 10.
Faye Cragin, M.Ed. in Secondary Education, Adult Learning, is a State Specialist in Learning & Instructional Design for UNH Cooperative Extension. She is currently enrolled in the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies program at Plymouth State University where she is studying Educational Leadership with a concentration in the Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching.