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Friday, October 20th:
Turnitin & 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. Please join us for our second workshop in the Fall Workshop Series on using Turnitin in your courses, and how to ensure academic honesty in the online environment.
Professional development is the process of increasing the abilities of faculty and staff through various educational training and workshop opportunities. The Innovations in Learning team collaborates with departments on campus to provide workshops and training opportunities throughout the year. Those opportunities range anywhere from beginner/advanced D2L workshops, classroom technology training, and pedagogical trainging.
The Innovations in Learning team offers 1-on-1 consultations to go over technological tools, to talk about pedagocial practices, or to assess courses. If you are interested in setting up a 1-on-1 consultation with an Innovations team member, please contact us at: email@example.com or fill out one of the following forms:
Would you like training on a particular element of D2L? Submit the D2L P.D. Form and specify the type of training you would like to receive. The Innovations in Learning team is available to provide support using all areas of D2L, from individual tools to a basic learning management system overview. Training can also be hosted on a one-on-one or group basis.
Instructional technology training is available on a number of third party tools, including: textbook integration, Kaltura, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, and more. Please provide as much detail as possible in the Instructional Technology Form about the type of instructional technologies you're looking to learn about.