Events and workshops
Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities
NEW! CU Online Teaching Certificate Program
Part One: Preparing to Teach Online 3/31-4/11; 4/21-5/2; Summer Dates to be determined
This two-week, fully online program should be completed before teaching an online course.The focus will be on creating an engaging, student-centered, effective online learning environment. Participants should plan to spend some time each day on the course, with a weekly commitment of approximately three to five hours. Participants should have some prior knowledge of D2L or should also register for D2L professional development. D2L reference guides and resources will be provided.
Part Two: Teaching and Learning Online 5/5-5/16; Summer Dates to be determined
This program may be completed either before or during the first semester of teaching an online course. The focus will be on assessment, providing student feedback and establishing an online presence. Participants should plan to spend some time each day on the course, with a weekly commitment of approximately three to five hours. Participants should have some prior knowledge of D2L or should also register for D2L professional development. D2L reference guides and resources will be provided.
Instructional Technology Workshops
- Adding Content to a D2L Course 3/31
- Using the D2L Gradebook and Dropbox 4/7
- Creating D2L Tests and Quizzes 4/21
- Creating and Using D2L Rubrics (Date change TBD)
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The Syllabus in 2014: Creating an Effective Academic Agreement
Webinar recording available for checkout!
In this webinar, participants will learn how to design a syllabus to meet the needs of the 2014 student, as well as of the modern day faculty member. Our presenter will discuss how to use the syllabus to establish an effective and positive academic contractual agreement between instructor and student. You'll also learn how to avoid common design errors that lead to both student and faculty frustrations and how to present a syllabus in a way that increases student engagement and positively affects student satisfaction.
5th Annual PASSHE Virtual Conference: Transforming the Teaching & Learning Environment 2/10-2/21
DId you miss a session? View the archives here: www.passhe.edu/inside/asa/DEConf/Pages/2014-Sessions-by-Date.aspx
PASSHE Teaching Online Certification Course 2/14-2/28
Educational Technology Workshops
- Using the D2L Gradebook and Dropbox 10/8, 10/9
- Creating D2L Tests and Quizzes 10/22, 10/23
Online Course Planning Workshops
- Winterim Faculty Interest Meetings 10/9, 10/10
Microsoft Office Workshops Cosponsored by the Office of Information Technology Department and the Instructional Design and Innovation Center
- Productivity using Microsoft Word 11/12, 12/3
- Making the most of Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel 11/14, 12/5
- Collaboration using Microsoft Outlook 11/19, 12/17
- Presenting using Microsoft PowerPoint 11/21, 12/19
- Introduction to D2L (online) 6/24-6/28, 7/8-7/12
- Uploading Content to D2L (online) 7/23, 7/30, 8/6
- Teaching on Television presented by Bob Hails, PASSHE Distance Education Coordinator 4/12