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How to Use Any Textbook as the Foundation for an Online Course

Date & Time: Tuesday, August 4, 2-3 p.m. ET

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Presenter: Pat McKeague, Mathematics Textbook Author, Owner, XYZ Textbooks

Pat McKeagueWhether you use your own textbook in your class or you are using an adopted textbook, this webinar by Pat McKeague will show you how to use any textbook as the foundation for an online course. McKeague will share a step-by-step method for using a textbook to set up an online course using the tools in your LMS, an LTI connection, and video, to create a course that is an exciting, worthwhile experience for your students.

Pat McKeague is currently teaching four online bootcamp courses with over 1,100 students registered in one or more of the bootcamps. He earned his BA in Mathematics from Cal State Northridge and his MS in Mathematics from Brigham Young University. He has written over 25 textbooks in mathematics. Pat is very active in the mathematics community giving presentations at mathematics conference around the country. He was on the writing team for the American Mathematics Association for Two Year Colleges (AMATYC) Beyond Crossroads project that created the standards for community college mathematics instruction. The same organization has awarded him the Presidential Award, and the Herb Gross Lifetime Achievement Award, for his service to the two-year college mathematics community. Ten years ago he started his own publishing company, XYZ Textbooks, with the goal of lowering the cost of mathematics textbooks for community college students. 

 
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