Check out this week’s post which highlights upcoming professional development related to how community college leaders can learn adaptive skills to address challenges facing them today. Register for InstructureCon, keep up with the latest in edtech knowledge. Also, register for the CTL workshop, New Faculty Self-Service, to learn the new features of this application.
Check out this week’s post which highlights upcoming professional development related to using technology to increase positive engagement. Also the CTL will present a workshop on New Faculty Self-Service and, check out Innovative Educator’s free on demand webinar to hear from industry experts on how to create equity in online learning.
Check this week’s post which highlights upcoming professional development related to insights into online support for a diverse student body, REMOTE’s free virtual event focusing on learner success, 2022 trends impacting technology leaders in higher education, achieving DEI goals using analytics and NISOD to award CEU’s
Check this week’s post which highlights upcoming professional development related to investing , online classroom immediacy and the free, online 2022 Learning Innovations Conference presented by ILCCO and NILRC. topic of discussion: The ways technology functions and institutional implementation.
In this webinar we will walk you through some tips and techniques we have learned to help you clear clutter and unused files from your course and to create question banks from your existing quizzes and tests so you can reuse your questions.
In this webinar faculty will learn how to create and verify their grade book is set up properly when used weighted categories for grading.
This workshop will introduce existing online faculty to the Open SUNY Quality Renew Rubric (OSCQR) standards to review and refresh online courses.
In this session, participants will learn how to use Canvas tools to help know which flags/kudos to raise in Starfish and improve student understanding of any challenges
The Instructional Technology Unconference will take place on October 17, 2019, from 3:00p to 5:00p, starting in A141. Unlike a traditional conference, an unconference is designed to have short, quick paced sessions that get right to the point. In our case, the Instructional Technology Unconference will have two 45-minute sessions. Each presenter is asked to demonstrate their content three times over one of the sessions, with each demonstration lasting only 12 minutes. Attendees are able to cycle around to three different presentations over the 45 minute period. The presentations will be spread out across 6 rooms on the first floor […]