2016 Breakout Presentation Materials

Keynote Speakers

Linda Baer – Quality, Accountability and Action

Marlene Maheu – Challenges and Opportunities: Technical Innovations in Social Work

Mary Jo Monahan – Technology’s Impact on Social Work Practice and Social Work Regulation

Jo Ann Regan _ Technology in Social Work: Past, Present and Future

Teaching and Learning

106 Incorporating digital and social technologies into social work education

116 Innovative and Authentic Online Learning Practices in a MSW Program

118 The Pedagogy of Virtual Learning Environments: a Natural Habitat for Social Work Educators

222 How to Use Web Videoconferencing to Teach Social Work Practice Skills

224 Sharing Synchronous Strategies for Interactive Live Virtual Class Sessions that Engage the Whole Class

231 A case study on utilizing various strategies to promote substantive online discussion

241 Teaching and Learning Professional Social Work Skills with Twitter

310a Teach in Generalities—Rarely Succeed, Teach in Specifics—Rarely Fail: Detailed Examples of Establishing Cognitive-Presence

302 They Know, They Care: Recovering Floundering Students in the Online Course Environment

312 The Best of both Worlds: Engaging MSW and DSW Students through Asynchronous and Synchronous webinars

313 Flipped and online: How to apply a flipped model when developing an online course

Program Administration

114 #Adjuncts Matter: Exploring the Factors that Influence Online Faculty Engagement

201 Beyond Start-Up, Current Challenges and Solutions at the Kent School of Social Work

202 Adjunct Instructors at a Distance

217 It takes a village to develop a professional social worker

223 Conducting Peer Reviews of Teaching for Hybrid and Online Courses

228 Providing Multi-Faceted Student Support for Today’s Adult Learners Seeking their Master’s Degree in Social Work

234 Challenges and strategies for program re-accreditation: EPAS 2015 and beyond

236 Pedagogy Club: One approach to faculty enrichment, support and retention

237 The Online Assessment and Orientation Program (OAOP): Ensuring Student Success in Hybrid MSW Programs

311a Using the Quality Matters rubrics to ensure standards in the delivery of online courses

108 AD Sharing the secret - Key performance indicators to quality distance social Work education.pptx

114 AD Enhancing student retention - graduation rates in an online MSW program.pptx

214 AD Students with disabilities - An emerging paradigm shift toward making online education accessible.pdf

214 AD Students with disabilities - An emerging paradigm shift toward making online education accessible.pptx

214 AD Supplement 1 Students with disabilities - An emerging paradigm shift toward making online education accessible.docx

220 AD Supervision with remote and on-ground employees Promoting inclusion.pdf

226 AD Retention management and disability accommodation in online social Work education.pptx

235a AD Examining the implicit curriculum in one university’s distance education environment.pptx

235b AD Community building in a virtual teaching environment.pptx

301 Supplement 1The cost of online MSW degrees - Breaking the bank.pdf

250 AD Rural social work distance education - Is university physical presence important.docx

251 Meeting Carnegie Unit requirements in an online environment.pptx

252 AD Rural satellite programs - Maintaining a community focus.pptx

256 AD Evaluating a social work blended program.pdf

301 AD The cost of online MSW degrees - Breaking the bank.pdf

307 AD Social Media - An essential element of belnded MSW programs.pdf

308 AD Faculty excellence in online teaching.pdf

237 AD Understanding assessment - Planning ahead for EPAS 2015.pptx

Program Development

109 Collaborating with Instructional Designers - What faculty and administrators need to know

115 Know your program: Making decisions about your online program prior to course development

121 Relationships: The Heart of Implementation for an In-House Program

209 Collaboration between Course Development and Faculty: Making It Work

219 The best of both worlds: Why the blend matters in hybrid MSW programs

229 Making the Most of Face-To-Face Time in Blended and Online Programs: The Annual Summer Institute

301a Collaborating with Instructional Designers to Develop Better Online Social Work Courses

301b Geographic Diversity as a Cultural Consideration in Virtual Education

303 Developing a One to One iPad Program: Does it Work? Is it Worth it?


104 From the Mountains to the Prairies: A National Online Model for Training Field Instructors

110 Field Remediation in a Distance Learning Environment

Online Practice

105 Integrating Technology into Effective Social Work Practice