When most people think of funding incentives in college, they think of giving scholarships to students. However, Sandra Groves decided to give back in a different way.
A select group of Illinois State faculty will show off their newly-designed (or newly re-designed) online courses May 5-6 at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
Bring new perspectives and powerful student learning to your teaching. Registration is now open for summer course design workshops at CTLT.
Create, share, and organize your work life with Microsoft OneNote. It is just one of the many professional development opportunities coming up.
Design assessments that genuinely measure your students’ knowledge– and encourages them to do their own work and avoid cheating. Plus, learn how OneDrive can help you take your data anywhere.
Discover how to design digital forms in Microsoft Word. Create learning activities using ReggieNet tools. Get an overview of Microsoft Excel.
Explore how to edit vector graphics. Develop Web-based surveys from your Web browser. Discover a new way to take your projects with you wherever you go.
Once again, CTLT will offer deep-learning opportunities for faculty over Spring Break.
From now until the end of its Summer Institute, the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology will give away a free book to the faculty or staff member who engages in the most professional development each month.
More than 8 out of 10 courses taught this spring use of ReggieNet, Illinois State University’s customized learning management system (LMS).