CETL collaborates with Informational Technology Services, Learning Resources Services, and the Center for Continuing Studies to foster a professional peer learning climate around teaching and learning with technology. We organize and offer workshops and institutes to enhance faculty use of technology in their teaching and learning, in blended, face-to-face, and online settings.
Co-sponsored by: CETL and the Center for Continuing Studies.
Dr. Michael Truong, Executive Director, Office of Innovative Teaching & Technology in the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, Azusa Pacific University
Luncheon with Discussion of Course Redesign
Showcase of Technology and Tools for Classes and Student Services
The Second Annual SCSU Technology in Teaching and Learning Summer Institute!
When: Thursday, May 15 & Friday, May 16, 2014
Where: The Miller Center
Attend and earn a generous technology package for your teaching and learning!
View package options here or in person at HuskyTech.
To view full session descriptions, please view our T4TL Institute Program.
For a general overview of session titles and times, please view our Institute at a Glance.
All sessions are categorized by the level of experience with technology recommended for participants. Click here, to learn more about the different levels.
Registration is required and can be completed at this link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/scsu-technology-in-teaching-and-learning-summer-institute-tickets-11071951505
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is launching a new T4TL Certificate Program to provide one or two short series of workshops for faculty and instructional staff during the Academic Year 2014-2015 to help augment their knowledge and skills for using technology as an integral part of their work.
The goal of the program is to enable faculty and instructional staff to further the development of the teaching and learning implications of a technology of their choice, particularly related to pedagogical, disciplinary, and engagement impacts, and obtain skills and practice in applying the technology through collaborative learning with their peers guided by the facilitators. Facilitators who develop and present a workshop series will be rewarded with funds for professional development; all participants in a workshop series will receive a certificate. Both the facilitator and participants will be able to document their work for inclusion in their professional development reports.
For further information regarding the T4TL program, or for the application to propose a workshop series, click here!