Get an overview of ReggieNet. Learn how to use Clickers in conjunction with PowerPoint. Assess how to build a survey using Select Survey.
Get energized for the new semester at the Fall Kickoff from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Friday, August 21. This fall, the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology would like to help you be a reflective practitioner.
Explore ways to use your students’ emotions to promote engagement and productive learning. Assess different options for working with students to create a classroom technology policy.
Look at effective ways to protect your intellectual property. Examine tools to gauge your students learning with ReggieNet. Come up with techniques to build community within the classroom.
Learn how to use the Quality Matters rubric in your online courses. Look at ways to use development, assessment, and planning together to promote collaboration.
Assess the basic features of Microsoft Excel. Inspect ways to use Clickers with PowerPoint to engage students with the material. Grasp the fundamental aspects of Select Survey.
Make your students more globally engaged. Find community partners to help your students learn through service.
Uncover new uses of the technology in almost every classroom on campus. Also, investigate a critical approach for global citizenship education. These and other workshops are happening this week at the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
The document camera is a classroom tool that is easy to overlook. However, it can help you get away from traditional PowerPoint presentations, allowing you to bring in artifacts to share with your class.
Delve into the features of Camtasia. Uncover the many uses of Photoshop. Come to the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology this week for these and other workshops.