Ever hear of “Agile Scrum?” It might just be the key to success for your students’ next project! It’s one of many topics covered this week at CTLT.
Summer Institute 2016 can help you to incorporate a global perspective in your teaching, explore ways to facilitate group work in large classroom settings, and empower students through service learning projects.
Tired of fighting with your students about laptops and smartphones? Learn to create an inclusive, productive classroom tech policy this week at CTLT.
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.
Learn how to use ReggieNet’s Forums tool to facilitate online discussions. Plus, discover the basics of photo manipulation with PhotoShop: 3 Ways to Change a Photo.