Webinars & On-Demand Content

The Center for Teaching & Learning provides access to live and recorded webinars for all college faculty and staff!
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Innovative Educators

Innovative Educators provides live webinars on a variety of topics, including:

  • Campus Safety & Security
  • Institutional Effectiveness
  • Student Populations
  • Student Success
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Technology & Online Learning

The Center for Teaching & Learning provides a selection of Innovative Educators webinars through the MVConnect Webinars page.

College faculty and staff may also sign up for Innovative Educators webinars on their own.  Innovative Educators provides a calendar of upcoming offerings.

Instructions for self sign-up are available on the MVConnect Webinar Providers page.  You can also view a How-To guide to register, log in, and access Innovative Educators webinars (Moraine Valley credentials required to open).

Go2Knowledge

Go2Knowledge, by Innovative Educators, provides on-demand webinars for many of the same topics as their live webinars. All Go2Knowledge webinars are free to college faculty and staff.

To view Go2Knowledge content, college faculty and staff may access the Go2Knowledge website.  New users to the site must create an account using their college email address, while existing users may simply sign in.

Instructions for self sign-up are available on the MVConnect Webinar Providers page.  You can also view a How-To guide to register, log in, and access Go2Knowledge (Moraine Valley credentials required to open).

Additional Information & Questions

PGU Eligibility

Full-time faculty are eligible to receive Professional Growth Units (PGUs) for viewing the webinars provided through Innovative Educators and Go2Knowledge, but must apply for PGUs prior to viewing them. You can review instructions on how to apply for PGUs and download the PGU from by visiting the CTL’s webpage on Professional Growth Units.

Questions?

Have questions about webinars, instruction, course design, teaching methods, technology to help, or more? Please contact the Center for Teaching & Learning through our contact form or by phone at (708) 974-5347.