Teaching

eLearning Month of Microlearning

In the last few months we listened to faculty concerns and questions in our walk-in Zoom sessions.  The topics we have chosen for our first micro webinars, answer the frequently asked questions. Attend a workshop No registration is required. To attend a workshop on the date that works for you, click on the meeting link ...more about eLearning Month of Microlearning


Live Faculty Online Support

Join us for Live Faculty Online Support Zoom Link Instructional Design support from 11am to 3pm from Monday to Friday Do you have questions about using Canvas or any of the tools? Need help troubleshooting? Join us. Send us a Request Center ticket or an email anytime and give us the details of your request. ...more about Live Faculty Online Support


SimCheck has replaced VeriCite

Review the eLearning SimCheck Guide. SimCheck is a new plagiarism detection software integrated into Canvas that checks your student’s submissions with sources available on the web, in our institutional repository, homework help sites, and books. VeriCite has been replaced with a new program called SimCheck. SimCheck is an optional tool for instructors. It serves as ...more about SimCheck has replaced VeriCite





Deep Dive Live 2020 – Postponed

This event has been postponed. We will offer an Online Session with eLearning Designers at this scheduled time. Please stop by with your questions about Canvas or related online technology questions. eLearning Online walk-in hours and Zoom session link New Date will be posted soon. The eLearning staff and Instructional Designers will return for Deep ...more about Deep Dive Live 2020 – Postponed


Developing Hybrid / Blended Materials

by Brian Bergen-Aurand With our continuing spate of inclement weather closing campus or otherwise interrupting our teaching schedules, I’ve turned toward putting some of my onground materials online. I’ve begun making a few resources and activities available to students with remote access because I’m trying not to fall behind. Most of us already use a ...more about Developing Hybrid / Blended Materials



A Survey of Online Teaching

by Brian Bergen-Aurand Faculty nationwide who have worked with instructional designers say they have enjoyed the experience and report that their courses have benefited from the collaboration, according to a survey recently published in Inside Higher Ed. 93% of faculty describe the experience as positive or very positive, and nearly 70% agree or strongly agree ...more about A Survey of Online Teaching