Free webinar - Making Online Case Teaching Interactive: Digital Workspaces for Whiteboards and Breakouts

9h-10h (BST), Thursday 16 July 2020

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This webinar is now fully booked. You can still sign up for the reserve list to receive a recording of the webinar after it has taken place.
 

Woman at a computer watching a webinar Are you looking for ways to increase student engagement in your online case teaching sessions? Would you like to prepare for remote case teaching this autumn by learning how to visually structure your students' case discussion process?

Sign up for this free webinar to discover how digital workspaces can help. 

About this free webinar

During this 60-minute webinar Michael Netzley will share his experiences of using digital workspaces in online case teaching to increase interactivity and collaboration, and to monitor breakout group progress in real time.

Participants will:

  • hear how digital workspaces can be used to increase student engagement, and make online case teaching sessions more participant-centred
  • learn how to create digital workspace templates for use with different cases
  • see a demonstration of how students can use a digital workspace
  • find out how to make breakout groups more fun, and monitor progress when students are in the breakout rooms
  • discover how groups can report back to the main case teaching session.

The webinar will include a Q&A session. 

Please note that the webinar will focus on using Mural, but other digital workspace options will also be discussed.

About the presenters

Antoinette Mills and Michael NetzleyThe webinar will be hosted by Antoinette Mills from The Case Centre, and led by Michael Netzley, Affiliated Faculty with the Institute for Management Development (IMD), and an entrepreneur based in Singapore.

Previously Michael was on the faculty of Singapore Management University for 15 years where he served as Academic Director of Executive Development and played a leading role in creating the university’s teaching excellence initiative. Michael’s case on Simpliflying won the 2015 EFMD Case Writing Competition entrepreneurship category, and he received the 2011 Champions Award from CEEMAN for innovative course design and delivery. Michael has lived in Asia for the past 18 years.

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This webinar is now fully booked. You can still sign up for the reserve list to receive a recording of the webinar after it has taken place.

Accessing the webinar

The webinar will be run using Zoom. Registered participants will receive an email two days before the webinar with a link to join the session.

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Please contact Kate Cook with any queries relating to this webinar.
 
Kate Cook Kate Cook
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