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Instructional Technology Workshops

Along with the workshops listed here, Instructional Technology staff also provides regularly updated online tutorials for faculty and students which are available through the Help button in Canvas. Faculty and students are encouraged to enroll in the online training courses at their convenience to orient themselves to the system.  All events will be held in Bailey 114 unless specified otherwise.

We are excited introduce the Blended Teacher’s Academy (BTA). It was designed specifically as a professional development opportunity for instructors who blend face-to-face instruction with online activity outside of the traditional classroom.  We understand that teachers who create blended courses have different needs from those instructors who teach fully online.  Seating is limited so please view the complete schedule and register today.

April 2014 Workshops

Respondus Lockdown Browser Training
Duration: 30 minutes.

Tuesday, April 8 – 10:30am
Friday, April 11 – 2:30pm
Wednesday, April 23 – 9:30am

What Instructors Know Inspires Students-The Power of W.I.K.I.S.
Wikis are great tools for facilitating collaboration and communication among students. In this workshop, faculty will learn best practices in Wiki development and design. Participants in this workshop will create three customized  must-have Wikis for every online course and understand possible uses for future content development. Duration: 1 hour.

Thursday, April 10 – 3:00pm
Thursday, April 24 – 10:00am

Model Modules

Modules are “virtual folders” that help you manage the course and keep students on track with course activities in an organized fashion. In this session, participants will learn how to construct efficient modules with media rich content and discuss best practices per course type. Duration: 1 hour.

Tuesday, April 15, 9:00am
Tuesday, April 22 11:00am

Webinar Training Opportunities:

Respondus Lockdown Browser Live Webinar
Wednesday, April 16 10:30 and 2:30
Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Ewing 238 – Center for Teaching and Learning Lab
Trainer: Senior Product Specialist, Arie Sowers

“Creating Learning Environments that Launch Careers.”

 One prominent concern facing higher education institutions is whether a graduate’s degree will translate to employment. Linking learning to the workforce is more important than ever, and a sense of hands-on, entrepreneurism must pervade the culture of any college.

Join Dr. Stephen Dunnivant, Dean of the Advanced Technology Center at Gulf Coast State College, along with Frank Covelli, National Manager of Higher Education, Panasonic for a discussion on how to foster real-world experience in the classroom by designing an effective learning environment in an evolving world.

This webinar is sponsored by Panasonic and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by Panasonic. This webinar is sponsored by Panasonic and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by Panasonic.

 Tuesday, April 22 at 1:00pm


Not what you’re looking for? Register for one of our online professional development courses!

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