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April 2021

Classroom Tech Tasting

Date:
Friday, April 23rd
Time:
11:00 am - 11:30 am

As we look forward to the fall semester back in the classroom, Learning Spaces and A/V Technologies (LSAVT) is hosting a Classroom Tech Tasting to demonstrate a couple of technologies that will be available to instructors. Two particular issues are being addressed in this session: For instructors having to deal with a "Suddenly Blended Classroom", any classroom can be outfitted with a classroom microphone to enable your online students to hear their in-person classmates’ questions and answers, as well as…

Classroom Tech Tasting

Date:
Friday, April 23rd
Time:
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

As we look forward to the fall semester back in the classroom, Learning Spaces and A/V Technologies (LSAVT) is hosting a Classroom Tech Tasting to demonstrate a couple of technologies that will be available to instructors. Two particular issues are being addressed in this session: For instructors having to deal with a "Suddenly Blended Classroom", any classroom can be outfitted with a classroom microphone to enable your online students to hear their in-person classmates’ questions and answers, as well as…

Ed Tech Tasting

Date:
Monday, April 26th
Time:
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Get a little taste of four of ISU's newest educational technology tools (Nearpod, Padlet, Flipgrid, and Edpuzzle) at this faculty-led showcase. Your 10-minute tasting of each technology will include a brief description, pedagogical examples, resources/instructions for next steps, and a short QA session. Although these tools were introduced in the virtual classroom, these tools can be used in-person, synchronously, or asynchronously. Please note, this session will be recorded and will be made available. Registration is required.

May 2021

Applying the Quality Matters™ Rubric (Self-Paced Workshop)

Date:
Friday, May 7th
Time:
12:00 pm

Learn about the Quality Matters™ Higher Education Rubric and how to use it to review an online course. This internationally recognized workshop includes hands-on activities designed to help you discover how to continuously improve an online course so that it meets research-based standards of high quality. This version of the workshop is offered as a two-week, fully asynchronous workshop. It begins Tuesday, May 11 and ends Tuesday, May 25. Normally, this workshop costs $300. As a service to University instructors,…