In honor of the recent launch of our new MOOC powered by the CourseSites Open Course Series on Designing an Exemplary Course, we are excited to invite you to join us for a Tweet Chat to discuss best practices of building a dynamic course on Oct 11th at 1pm EDT.  We are fortunate to have Dr. Torria Bond, a leader in Instructional Design for California Baptist University, an instructor in the CourseSites MOOC and last year’s Exemplary Course Winner, as our special guest.

We are getting great feedback from the 2,500+ participants on the latest MOOC in the CourseSites Open Course Series (and it’s not too late to join!), but we want to take this opportunity to extend the conversation with Dr. Bond on topics like the secrets to success, her favorite technologies, and what trends she sees coming down the road.  Dr. Bond is a published writer, researcher, presenter, and award-winning course designer with 20+ years of experience in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education.   She will share her extensive understanding of course management systems, learning theories, and instructional design principles, especially around how they affect today’s active learner.  And of course, she’ll also answer any questions you may have – just tweet them with the hashtag #MOOCchat before or after Thursday’s chat.

To join the chat, we recommend you go to, login with your Twitter account, put in the hashtag #MOOCchat and join the conversation.  Still need a little more info how to participate in a Tweet Chat?  Here’s a great resource.

To recap, here’s what this Thursday’s Tweet Chat is all about…

WHO:             Educators, Instructional Designers, Course Designers …

WHAT:           Tweet Chat Featuring course design award-winner Dr. Torria Bond

WHERE:        On Twitter!  Follow/Use hashtag #MOOCchat

WHEN:           Thursday, October 11th, 1pm – 1:30pm EDT

WHY:              Share resources you need to give your students a better learning experience!

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  • John Kaufeld

    Is that really 1:00 pm EST (meaning it starts at noon EDT) or did you intend 1pm EDT?

    • Lauren Krznaric

      Hi John – 1pm EDT is correct.