Topic outline

  • Introduction


    We hope you find this Moodle site helpful. 

    Please take a look at the materials in the Introduction and then move on to materials posted by Mike, Pauline and Chris. 

  • Dr. Michael S. Hoffman

    Michael Hoffman

    Associate Provost & CIO, Dr. Michael S. Hoffman
    Office: 716-375-2530
    Office: Library "Garden Level"

    Topic Objectives:

    By the end of this topic you should be able to:

    • Understand the difference between an asynchronous and synchronous online course
    • Recognize methods for using Zoom to enhance an asynchronous online course

  • Dr. Pauline W. Hoffmann

    Pauline Hoffmann
    Associate Professor, Dr. Pauline W. Hoffmann 
    Office: 716-375-2578
    Cell: 716-864-9768 (texting allowed but let me know who you are in the text)
    Office: Murphy 224
    Skype: paulinewhoffmann

    Topic Objectives:

    By the end of this topic you should be able to:

    • Understand why asynchronous online learning may work in your class.
    • Understand how to translate your personality from a F2F setting into an online environment.
  • Dr. Chris Mackowski

    Chris Mackowski mugshotCall me "Chris." "C-Mack" is okay, too. That "Dr. Mackowski" stuff is too stuffy for me, though.

    Office: 228A Murphy (upstairs, back side of Dresser Aud.) (best way to reach me)
    (716) 375-4025 (o)
    (585) 307-7572 (c) (Text is okay any time, but let me know who's texting. Calls are okay in case of emergency or if we've scheduled a time; if I don't answer, leave a message and I'll call back.)

    By the end of this topic, you'll get a two-fer!

    1) See how an example of how a class can be bundled.

    2) Get tips on how to create short videos for use in your classes.