You asked, we listened! The ability to save content progress has been a feature that many PTTO participants have been asking for since the module first rolled out. After looking at a number of solutions, we decided to use SCORM Cloud as the new hosting platform for the PTTO module. SCORM Cloud not only allows for content progress to be saved but also for other integrations that were not possible with our previous hosting method. This change will open up many new possibilities to enhance the PTTO module and we hope you look forward to seeing those changes in the near future.
If you have any questions about SCORM Cloud or changes to the PTTO module, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We always love hearing from you!
Guess what? You may have heard that Laulima will be getting a bit of a facelift later this month! The learning management system will be upgraded to version 20.4 on December 26, 2021. This upgrade will contain some tool enhancements that may help streamline your online teaching and course site management. Your long-awaited features like batch date manager and Assignments document viewer are finally coming soon!
The UH Instructional Design Professional Learning Community (PLC) will be hosting the Laulima v20 Upgrade and Tips for Instruction webinar to showcase some new features and updates for Laulima (e.g., date manager, in-line grading within assignments) that will be rolled out with the version upgrade. We encourage all faculty and staff currently using Laulima to attend this webinar to familiarize with the upgrade and ask any questions you may have. Please see the webinar information below:
Date: Friday, Jan. 14, 2022
Time: 10-11 a.m.
We encourage all faculty and staff currently using Laulima to attend this webinar to familiarize with the upgrade and ask any questions you may have.
The Work Smarter (not Harder) with Google Doc webinar on Nov. 9th was well received. We had a great turnout (142 attendees), with faculty, staff, and presenters engaged in lively conversations throughout all of the breakout rooms! There was something for everyone in the various sessions!
Mahalo to the instructional designers across the UH system who collaborated to co-host this webinar!
You will be able to find the webinar resources, including a Youtube playlist with the breakout room recordings and a link to the presentation slides on the event page.
On November 2nd, we convened a focus group in which a small group of individuals met synchronously to share their user experiences of navigating through the UHOIC website and provided very useful suggestions on how we could improve the design, navigation, and online resources of the UHOIC website.
We are so blessed to have such fantastic faculty and staff across the UH system who continuously volunteer their time to help improve the quality of online learning at UH. Great discussions were had with a great group of people!
Mahalo to Brenda Coston from Honolulu Community College, Rheta Kuwahara from University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and Brent Hirata from Leeward Community College for sharing their thoughts, experiences, and useful suggestions. We will seek to implement their ideas in the upcoming months.
If you have any additional suggestions, questions, or an online resource you would like to see on the website, please email email@example.com. We always love hearing from you!
Are you curious about what instructors felt went well or the challenges they encountered when teaching accelerated online courses? Since the launch of 5-week online course offerings at UH in 2019, survey feedback was obtained from instructors after each term.
Take a look at the trends from the post-course survey results (derived from the qualitative analysis of responses obtained from Oct. 2019 – April 2021).
The 2021 UH Online 5-Week Summer PD is in full swing! Faculty and instructional designers across the UH system are actively engaged in an online learning community exchanging ideas and strategies to design and develop meaningful experiences for their online accelerated students. These UH Online 5-Week Alumni Tips (compiled from qualitative analysis of feedback from the 2020 cohort) were shared at the launch of the 2021 PD.