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Upcoming Workshops

Friday, September 22nd:
Using Technology to Engage Students

This session is the first installment of the Fall Workshop Series. This session will be a roundtable discussion about the various methods of using technology to engage students.

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Friday, October 20th:
Relevant & Rigorous Assessment

One of the biggest challenges we face as teachers is designing meaningful ways to assess what our students know (or don't know), can do (or can't do). We can ensure rigor and relevancy through a number of strategies that engage and challenge our students through regular, consistent feedback and real-world application. Join us in this session to find out how you can integrate assessment techniques and strategies that demand more from your students, without overwhelming them (or you).

Our Mission

The Innovations in Learning team supports all facets of online learning at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. This includes D2L support, accessibility resources and ADA compliance, multimedia and third party tool integration, as well as professional development opportunities and instructional design consultations. The Innovations in Learning team will support your course from the early stages of development all the way through to the finished product.
 

What We Offer

Professional Development

The Innovations in Learning Team provides a variety of professional development opportunities ranging from 1-on-1 consultations, D2L workshops, D2L mini-courses, classroom technology training, and much more.

View the schedule of upcoming events.


Instructional Design

The Innovations in Learning Team provides instructional design support such as formative assessments for courses, interactive learning integration, pedagogical workshops, and individual consultations.


Instructional Technology

The Innovations in Learning team is up to date on the latest campus technology and is ready to assist faculty and staff with integrating this technology into classrooms, workshops, and meetings.


Accessibility Resources

The Innovations in Learning team has the responsibility of making sure that online classes are complying with up to date media accessibility standards. (For more information on those standards, please see UW-Parkside Administrative Policy 97.)

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