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Best Practices in On-line Pedagogy

A workshop by Dr. Barbara Frey, May 20, 2008

About Dr. Barbara Frey

Barbara A. Frey received her D.Ed. from Pennsylvania State University and her M.Ed from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a senior instructional designer in the Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education at the University of Pittsburgh, where she provides support and training to faculty members on a variety of teaching and learning projects. In addition, she teaches as an adjunct assistant professor in the Learning and Performance Systems Department of Pennsylvania State University World Campus. Her research interests include web-based distance education, program evaluation, and human resource development.

About the Workshop

Dr. Frey will conduct a day-long workshop on best practices in on-line pedagogy. As IUP offers increasing numbers of courses on line and in a hybrid format, it is apparent that traditional face-to-face course design and pedagogy must be rethought. How do such courses affect a variety of teaching and learning structures, such as learning outcomes, methods of assessment, interaction, assignment structures, and syllabi?

Location: Eberly 109
Time: 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m., with breakfast and lunch provided


CIDDE University of Pittsburgh 

On-line Teaching and Learning 

On-line Education 


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         Barbara Frey                                                   Workshop Participants

  • Center for Teaching Excellence
  • Dr. Stephanie Taylor-Davis, Director
    103 Stabley Library
    429 South Eleventh Street
    Indiana, PA 15705
  • Phone: 724-357-7800
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