Sun, Mar 18, 2018 — 9:26 pm
Library, Information & Technology Services
Are you planning on teaching online this fall for the first time? Maybe you’ve taught online already, but want to consider modifications or improvements. Now is the time to start planning, and we can help. Our Introduction to Online Teaching program, starting March 5, is a 4-week course which is taught with a blend of asynchronous online learning and real-time synchronous sessions. You will learn about the tools to increase faculty and student engagement, online teaching best practices and all things Blackboard.
Additional information can be found at our website, linked below.
Also, Academic System & Instructional Support (ASIS) would like to remind all faculty, staff and students that we have open walk-in hours to assist you with Blackboard and instructional design questions. We are able to assist with fully online, hybrid and face-to-face classes.
Location: Drake Library, lower level, room 55A
Hours: Mondays from noon to 4 pm
Thursdays from 9 am to 1 pm
Our team consists of:
Shari Hardenbook – Instructional Technologist: Shari can help you with your new to online training and Blackboard course development.
Reddy Anugu – Senior Programmer/Software Analyst: Reddy can assist you with advanced Blackboard tools including Grade Center, Collaborate, Kaltura and more!
Brandon St. John – Learning Management Systems Analyst: Brandon can assist you with any, and all, technical and how-to questions relating to Blackboard, including iClickers.
You may stop in during walk-in-hours, or contact one of our team members directly to discuss your needs.