Most workshops at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology require registration at least one business day in advance. Workshops are held at CTLT’s facilities at 301 S. Main unless otherwise noted.

Need help selecting the professional development that’s right for you? Many workshops are categorized by CTLT’s Keys to Enhanced Teaching. Look for the icons next to workshop descriptions. You can also email for a consultation.

Motivate Students, Establish a Positive Classroom Environment, and Have Fun LearningEngage Learners iconDesign Learning icon
Monday, June 13 • 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The title says it all! Learn how to motivate your students to actually engage in their learning, making the experience an enjoyable and productive one for all involved. Formulate a plan to communicate the value of the course to students. This could include information sent to students prior to the start of class or as part of first-day-of-class activities. Identify specific actions students can take to be successful in your specific course, and determine actions you can take, as the instructor, to establish a supportive classroom environment. A $100 stipend is available to eligible participants who complete the workshop. Facilitator: Liesel Mitchell, Department of Accounting. Registration required.

InDesign: Introduction
Monday, June 13 • 1–4 p.m.

Get an introduction to this page layout editor, including a tour of basic tools. Learn to place and move graphics and text to create an aesthetically pleasing format for printing. Registration required.

Working with International StudentsMake Connections icon
Tuesday, June 14 • 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sometimes as teachers, we know an international student needs special attention to truly succeed in our classroom. But exactly how can we help? Where do we begin? Through this workshop, explore the issues that many international students face in U.S. higher education. Learn how to incorporate the perspectives of students in your teaching and discover how to help international students acquire the skills they need to thrive. A $100 stipend is available to eligible participants who complete the workshop. Facilitators: Mayuko Nakamura, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology; Kasia Stadnik, School of Teaching and Learning; Rachel Webb, Office of International Studies and Programs; Aubrey Wagoner, Office of International Studies and Programs. Registration required.

Camtasia: Level 2
Wednesday, June 15 • 9 a.m. to noon

Learn about advanced features in Camtasia, including cursor effects and testing. Also learn to save with SCORM, which makes compatibility with other e-learning software easy! We strongly recommend that you complete Camtasia: Level 1 before taking this course. Registration required.

ReggieNet: CommunicationDesign Learning icon
Thursday, June 16 • 9 a.m. to noon

Maximize your ability to communicate with students and encourage student interaction through a number of tools, including Forums, Announcements, and Chat. Learn how to have ReggieNet automatically create discussion groups. You’ll also see how to grade discussions by forum, topic or message. A $50 stipend is available to eligible participants who complete the workshop. Registration required.

ReggieNet: Content OrganizationDesign Learning icon
Thursday, June 16 • 1–4 p.m.

Discover how to easily create online instructional modules using the Lessons tool. This powerful tool allows you to integrate resources from across your ReggieNet site (Tests & Quizzes, Assignments, and Forums) into online lessons. Design lessons that require students to complete goals before they can proceed to the next stage. You will also learn how to integrate multimedia content. This course will also briefly discuss features of the built-in editor, and organizing content in other ReggieNet tools, such as Resources and Web Content. A $50 stipend is available to eligible participants who complete the workshop. Registration required.

If you need a special accommodation to fully participate in a CTLT event, please contact the main desk at 438-2542.