Johns Hopkins is pleased to host the first Excellence in Online Teaching Symposium through the generous funding of the Provost's DELTA Teaching-with-Technology Grants. The Excellence in Online Teaching Symposium brings faculty and instructional staff together to share best practices in designing and facilitating online courses and programs. This is an open, online event in which members of the Johns Hopkins community hope to learn from and engage with colleagues from institutions across the globe.
Dec. 12 | noon to 5 p.m. EST | online
Keynote speaker: Flower Darby, PhD
Flower Darby celebrates and promotes effective teaching in all modalities to advance equitable learning outcomes for all students. She's an associate director of the Teaching for Learning Center at the University of Missouri. Prior to that, she held roles such as assistant dean of online and innovative pedagogies, director of Teaching for Student Success, and senior instructional designer. In her current work and publications, Darby empowers faculty to teach inclusive and equity-focused classes in all modalities. Her recent books include The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching (2023) and Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes (2019), and she's an internationally sought-after keynote speaker.
If you are part of the JHU community, registration is free, and you can register here.
If you are from another institution, the cost is $99 for general admission, $49 for presenters, and $29 for students, and you can register here.