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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.
 
July 2014 Workshops
 

Templating Your Course
This is a hands-on workshop where faculty will load a campus template to their empty Canvas course shells, develop fundamental course Wikis, and use best practices in module development. Duration: 2 hours
Tuesday, July 8, 10:00am
Thursday, July 17, 1:30pm

Mastering Outcomes in Canvas
Just in time for fall! In this workshop faculty will place their outcomes in their fall 2014 courses, learn to align outcomes with assignments, and unlock the Outcomes Mastery Grade book in Canvas. Duration: 2 hours
Wednesday, July 16, 10:00am
Monday, July 21, 2:00pm

Something to Tweet About
In this workshop, participants will learn how to create Twitter accounts, follow users, and effectively use the popular social networking site for educational purposes. Walk away with a Twitter lesson plan and a new perspective on student engagement! Duration: 1 hour
Wednesday, July 23 10:30am

Going Digital I: Introduction to Faculty ePortfolios
In this workshop faculty will discuss elements of a quality electronic tenure portfolio as well as issues of security, accessibility, and storage. We’ll also explore options for creating free tenure eportfolios such as Wix, Googlios, and Canvas. Duration: 1 hour
Wednesday, July 9,  9:30am
Thursday, July 24, 2:00pm

 Webinar Training Opportunities:

“Align Students, Advisors, and Institutions to Help Students Graduate on Time”
Host: Ellucian
Thursday, July 10
1:00pm-2:00pm
Bailey 114
Ellucian Degree Works™ is a comprehensive academic advising, transfer articulation, and degree audit solution that helps students and their advisors successfully negotiate your institution’s curriculum requirements. So students are less likely to take courses they don’t need and more likely to stay on a direct path to graduation.  Join us for this webinar to learn how Ellucian Degree Works helps:

  •  Students track degree progress and plan future courses
  • Advisors improve the quality of interaction with their students
  • Institutions create the SOC DNS Student Agreement form with the push of a button

“Closing the Skills Gap: The Role of Education”
Host: The Chronicle of Higher Education and sponsored by Lynda.com
Tuesday, July 29
1:00pm-2:00pm
Bailey 114
During this exciting, one-hour web event, online education pioneer Lynda Weinman, co-founder of lynda.com, will discuss:

  • How and what to teach to increase job readiness
  • The role of experiential and project-oriented learning
  • The changing role of educators and the importance of personalization
  • How to leverage technology to foster job readiness
  • How to encourage creativity and problem solving
Not what you’re looking for? Register for one of our online professional development courses!

Please complete the form below to register.

 

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