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What Regular and Substantive Interaction in Online Classes
Info One of the hottest topics in higher education is the expectation of Regular and Substantive Interaction (RSI) in distance education. This includes online courses and programs. In addition to the positive effects of RSI on student success, the University of Idaho --like all other colleges and universities-- has to demonstrate a commitment to Regular and Substantive Interaction in all online courses and programs.

Our goal is to provide an overview of what Regular and Substantive Interaction means, why it matters, and to share strategies for adding “regular” and “substantive” interactions into your online courses and programs. We will host follow-up sessions on this topic and provide 1:1 assistance and resources to help faculty in all disciplines adopt, adapt, or design interactive engagements that satisfy RSI expectations. Academic program heads, online learning program leaders, and online instructional faculty are strongly encouraged to attend.
Capacity: 300
Seats Left: 234
When Wednesday, 2/1/2023
12:30pm to 1:00pm (Pacific Time)
Where Online via Zoom
Virtual Link
Douglas Habib
Douglas Habib
Academic Consultant, CETL
Brian Smentkowski
Brian Smentkowski
Assoc Prof of Political Sci; Dir of CETL

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