Jason Rhode, Ph.D.

Jason Rhode, experienced faculty developer, instructor, instructional designer, course developer, and program director with nearly two decades years experience in the field of online learning shares his e-learning experience, expertise, and resources address faculty needs related to online teaching.

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My BbWorld 2016 Presentation Schedule

I’m fortunate to be able to attend BbWorld for the fifth time this year. Here’s a list of the presentations I’ll either be collaborating with […]

Educator Preview for Blackboard Learn Ultra Now Available

With feedback from users, Blackboard is building a new user experience called “Ultra” for both learners and educators that is more modern, personalized, and intuitive. […]

IDs, Faculty, and Administrators of AACSB-accredited Online MBA Programs Sought for Online Quality Assurance Study

I’m passing along the following request from a doctoral student at Boise State University who is seeking instructional designers, faculty, and administrators of online MBA […]

Keys Issues in Teaching and Learning for 2016

With a broad membership of over 350 institutions spanning a variety of Carnegie classifications, states, and several countries, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) is well aware […]

Quality Online Teaching: Feedback Strategies for Your Online Course

Students in an online course need feedback early and often, so that they can track their progress and improve their performance. There are many ways […]

Quality Online Teaching: Managing the Online Teaching Workload

We often tell students that they need to be organized to manage their workload when they take an online course. But, it is even more […]

Latest Trends in Educational Technology Use Identified in 2016 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium (NMC) and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) have jointly released the NMC Horizon Report > 2016 Higher Education Edition. This 13th edition […]

Trying Periscope for Video Discussion

There are many ways to quickly and easily share video today from mobile devices, with video becoming increasingly popular in web-based learning environments. While I […]

Volunteers Wanted for Research Study on Creating Online Courses

Are you a faculty member who has designed online courses? Boise State University is conducting a research study about online course design and looking for […]

Quality Online Teaching: Best Practices for Delivering an Online Course

Teaching an online course is not so different from teaching a F2F course. You still need to communicate with your students, grade student work, and […]

Twitter Resource Sharing Instructions – Spring 2016

For students of my spring 2016 course, ETT 570: IT Leadership, I’m sharing the following instructions regarding our Twitter Resource Sharing activities. In addition to […]

How to Setup a Custom Course Entry Home Page in Blackboard

For several years, I have been customizing the entry point / home page in my online courses that I’ve designed and taught in Blackboard Learn. […]

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