Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

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Technology for Teaching and Learning

Series Objective

T4TL series will foster collaboration, communication and resource sharing about technology, pedagogy and best practices for teaching and learning.

Session Dates

Jan. 17 or Jan. 18
Jan. 31 or Feb. 1
Feb. 14 or Feb. 15
Feb. 28 or March 1
March 21 or March 22
April 4 or April 5

Session Location

Centennial Hall, Room 106. Wednesday sessions are noon-1 p.m. Sessions are repeated 3:30-4:30 p.m. the next day.

Discover new technology and innovative ways to enhance learning. Whether you are just getting started or looking to reinvent your classroom with technology -- the T4TL Series has answers. 

 


Past Workshops*

*Links to view a recording of each workshop will be added as we receive them.

Using Adobe Connect to Design Inclusion Into Your Teaching

Dr. Amy Hebert Knopf

This workshop highlighted inclusive designs in the online environment. Challenges students face in navigating online spaces was discussed, along with hands on examples of universal design principles that explore and apply to the D2L and Adobe Connect environments. Additionally, considerations for specific disability categories was discussed as well as tips for maximum inclusion.

 Jan 31 or Feb 1

UNLEASH the AMAZING...YOU!

Institutional Repository Upload-a-Thon!

This workshop will:

  • Introduce you to St. Cloud State University's Institutional Repository
  • Help you create an account, Creative Commons license your work
  • And discuss how resources like the Repository can help with your research and teaching

Please bring a digital copy of a work, that you would like to make accessible through the Repository. If you are joining us in-person, please bring your laptop computer to upload your work.

Note: iPads and tablets do not work well for this purpose.

The presenters are Rachel Wexelbaum (Collection Management Librarian/Associate Professor) and Mary O'Dea (Emerging Technologies and Systems Librarian/Assistant Professor).

Sessions are noon-1 p.m. Jan. 31 or 3:30-4:30 p.m. Feb. 1 in Centennial Hall 106.