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As part of Connected Educator Month, Instructional Technology staff will host a variety of events including workshops, webinars, and a Connected Educator Award. Below is a list of the workshops and webinars we will host for the event which you can register for. To learn more about the month’s activities and see a fill list of events, click here.


“Office Hours for Online Facilitators”

Live Webinar
October 7, 2:00pm-3:00pm CST in Bailey 114
Sponsored by EdTech Leaders Online in celebration of Connected Educator Month and its theme of “helping educators thrive in a connected world.” Come prepared to ask questions or just listen.

“Something to Tweet About” Workshop
October 9, 10:00am-11:00am CST Bailey 114
October 9,  8:00pm-9:00pm CST Live Virtual Meeting
In line with the theme of getting more educators “efficient with social media technologies,” IT will offer the hands-on workshop to examine how to create Twitter accounts for education. As well, participants will learn the lingo, walk away with a lesson plan, and know what Twubs & Tribes are all about! The virtual meeting is perfect for adjuncts and other distance faculty not housed on campus!

 “Connecting Students & Content with VoiceThread”
October 22, 2:00pm-3:00pm CST Ewing 238
When pedagogy meets technology, it’s a beautiful thing! Keeping with the theme of “deepening and sustaining learning among those already enjoying connection’s benefits,” Dr. Franco Zengaro will provide a teacher-to-teacher talk on how he and his fellow instructors are using VoiceThread to connect students with learning content and improve learning outcomes. Dr. Zengaro has more than 20 years teaching experiences and is the Director of Instructional Support for the College of Education and Human Sciences at Delta State University.

“Mobile Series: It’s a Kind of MagicMarker!”
Live Canvas Webinar
October 28, 11:00am-12:00pm CST, Bailey 114
Canvas Trainer Biray will facilitate this session on the new mobile app MagicMarker for iPad. Learn how to set it up, use it in your classroom and interpret the resulting data.

 Please complete the form below to register.