SoftChalk Pilot takes off at 2 Penn State campuses

At Penn State New Kensington and Fayette, faculty have been working to streamline the digital education process by designing online courses that have been converted from resident courses. This new program is all thanks to a SoftChalk pilot funded through the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence.  Five faculty members from Fayette and New Kensington are heading the pilot after submitting a proposal to Schreyer detailing the courses they wanted to convert to their online curriculum. 

Learn more about how the plan to implement their new online courses on Penn State’s Teaching & Learning with Technology blog. 

SoftChalk pilot takes off at Fayette and New Kensington campuses
By Emma Nellie Stuck 

Softchalk pilot enables faculty to create interactive e-learning content
By Jamie Oberdick 

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