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Engaging Students Online with Digital Tools

March 24, 2022

​Thursday, March 24, 2022, from 4pm – 5pm AZ time 

This presentation will discuss methods and tools that help build community and establish social presence in the online classroom.

Dr. Alisa Cooper returned full-time as an English professor at Glendale Community College in fall 2019, where she teaches hybrid and online freshman composition, journalism, and literature courses. She previously served a 4-year term as the Faculty Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Engagement from Fall of 2014 to Spring 2018 where she collaborated, coordinated, and strategized with the Instructional Designer, CTLE staff, eCourses faculty lead, Faculty Developers, and served as the liaison with academic departments and other divisions/areas across the college. In addition, Alisa previously worked as an advisor for the ELI 7 Things publication and still conducts webinars and in-person workshops on Online and Blended Course Design, Engaging Students in the Online Environment, Social Media, and Anti-racist Pedagogy for national organizations. Alisa worked previously with the National Center for Teacher Education (NCTE) as a technology trainer on two grants: The Achieving Technological Literacy in Arizona for Students and Teachers (ATLAST) and Student and Teacher Technology Transformation Teams (ST4). (more at )

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