I’ve been away for awhile. I made a presentation at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. One was about attorney client privilege for corporations under criminal investigation and the other was as part of a panel of business law professors who teach online. The presentation can be found here: 2010ALSB_onlinetchfnl080710 and is also loaded on slideshare.net.
It’s interesting how involvement in online teaching varies from profession to profession. I’ve been so immersed, I’d forgotten that there are many who do not teach online and many who do not teach using technology.
I’ve also been working on the syllabus redesign conference for Fresno State on August 12 and 13. I’ve mostly been involved with organizing the faculty presenters to submit materials, references and other information to make the presentations as useful as possible. So far, a significant number of faculty have signed up and are interested in making their course syllabi more accessible and tying course learning outcomes to department and school outcomes. It’s exciting. It’s also interesting to work on coordinating part of the technology back end that makes this so interesting.