No Joke: Cognitive Overload Is Real in Online Courses
Have you felt exhausted, overloaded, bombarded with new technologies and chaos in the last few months/years? Is there always something new, more than our brains can take in at one time? WE feel it and so do our students. This workshop will discuss course content workload and cognitive overload as it applies to meeting required hours for online courses, what those hours look like for you and your students, and why purpose in planning is so valuable to course outcomes and expectations.
Thanks to MTSU Online for co-sponsoring this workshop!
This is a Zoom workshop.
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