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CTL Workshops and Webinars

Featured Self Paced Course

Creating & Teaching Online Courses

Free Self-Paced Course

This introductory course will provide just-in-time strategies and tools to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences for your students and their success. The course includes stand-alone modules based on current research and best practices so you can focus on the areas that are the most relevant to you.

Professional Learning Schedule and Sign Up

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Schedule and Sign Up

Join us for professional development opportunities to improve pedagogy, learn new technology, and join in the discussion with a community of peers. Faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend. Our sign-up form will contain the current schedule, but also offer a way to request trainings not on the calendar. All our workshops are VIRTUAL during current events.

Workshop descriptions

Zoom Basics

This training is for new users and current users who want a refresher on the basics. You learn how to set up and facilitate interactive web meetings, practice scheduling and inviting participants, troubleshooting common issues, and best practices for virtual communication.

Teaching with Zoom

This training is for current and intermediate users ready to explore additional settings for break out groups, polling, screen sharing, and more.

Blackboard Basics

This is a nuts and bolts overview of the Blackboard LMS. If you are a new or current user who wants to review the interface and tools this session is for you.

Blackboard Setup

A hands on approach to building out the structure of a standard hybrid/online course. This session focuses on the technical setup of folders, links, attachements, assignments, and the grade center.

Interactive Instructor Lecture

Take the seat of the student and see what it is like to virtually attend class. We use a standard classroom on campus and start a Zoom session. The setup is a simple webcam attached to the professor workstation.

In A Students Shoes

Take the seat of the student and see what it is like to virtually attend class. We use a standard classroom on campus and start a Zoom session. The setup is a simple webcam attached to the professor workstation.

Instructional Technology

Staff

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