Everyone who teaches or supports teaching at Illinois State is welcome to submit a proposal. The symposium theme is “Intentional Technologies: Reclaiming Our Spaces”.
Whether your course needs a little touch-up or a full makeover, CTLT is offering a variety of cohort-based professional development opportunities this summer.
You don’t have to teach the way you were taught. Embrace a new kind of freedom in your teaching, perhaps best summed up by that popular Disney song.
Illinois State faculty and staff will find it easier to work, collaborate, and share information this fall with expanded access to Zoom, a video conferencing and communication tool.
CTLT’s Foundations of Diversity and Inclusion, a three-part workshop series, begins September 14. Faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to register for one or more sessions.
Illinois State University has begun offering expanded access to the Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Document Cloud suite of applications.
Students and instructors should plan for ReggieNet to be offline for most of the day, as improvements and new features are installed.
By now you may have heard about another big tech issue, a set of security vulnerabilities called Spectre and Meltdown.
Literacy means more than reading and writing. We explore the topic while previewing the 2018 Teaching & Learning Symposium.
Information Technology professionals from throughout Illinois State University gathered in the State Farm Hall of Business on November 17 for the Continuous Improvement in Technology Extension (CITx) conference.