Student Engagement

Five Considerations When Facilitating Dialogue Virtually

  • Jason Combs
    Jason Combs

    Principal Lecturer; Dialogue Zone Coordinator

  • Ione Damasco
    Ione Damasco

    Professor; Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence, Engagement, and Operations

  • Sangita Gosalia
    Sangita Gosalia

    Senior Director, Global and Intercultural Affairs Center

  • Brenna Seifried
    Brenna Seifried

    Assistant Director, Global and Intercultural Affairs Center

  • Merida Allen
    Merida Allen

    Associate Dean of Students/Executive Director Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center

  • Sandra Yocum
    Sandra Yocum

    Associate Professor; University Professor of Faith and Culture

  • Julio Quintero
    Julio Quintero

    Director for Inclusive Excellence Strategy and Initiatives, Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Facilitating an effective in-class dialogue may seem daunting, especially in an online environment. In this video, colleagues from across the University share five tips for success in guiding an online discussion. From technology considerations to steps to evaluate the balance of speaking power, the advice in this video will set you on the right track for online dialogue success.