A Second “Teaching Philosophy Online” Session

Ian Schnee and Paul Franco, philosophers at the University of Washington who ran a videoconference session last week about teaching philosophy courses online, are hosting a second one this Wednesday.

It will be held via Zoom on April 1st from 1:00pm-2:00pm EST. Here’s the meeting link. The organizers write:

The sessions are relaxed and informal, and the audience will be able to participate via Zoom’s chat function. We hope the sessions provide an opportunity to talk through the challenges we are facing, and to hear ideas about them from our volunteer panelists. We feel we have a great group representing a range of perspectives: mixing those with a lot of experience teaching in online environments with those doing it for the first time; teachers at SLACs, community colleges, and research universities; as well as senior faculty, junior faculty, and graduate students.

The Session 2 panelists are:
  • Audrey Anton (Western Kentucky University)
  • Mara Harrell (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Jonathan Milgrim (University of Washington)
  • Janice Moskalik (Seattle University)
  • Kate Padgett Walsh (Iowa State University)
  • Justin Tiehen (University of Puget Sound)
  • Jake Wright (University of Minnesota)
Again, there is a form where you can register if you are interested in receiving reminders and a link to a recording of the session if you can’t make it live. (Registration is not required.) The form also provides a place to request the coverage of particular topics.


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Eddy Nahmias
Eddy Nahmias
4 years ago

Was the first session recorded? Surely, it was, since that’s best practice;-)
Thanks for sharing your ideas!