Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019
Associate provost Dawn Bratsch-Prince and LAS associate dean Amy Slagell will present on best practices for putting together a portfolio, opportunities for faculty to be more engaged as their careers develop, and the new term faculty tracks. This session is intended for lecturers and senior lecturers.
Use the power of Gradebook and student data in Canvas to fuel your students' progress! Upon completion, participants will be able to do the following:
Thursday, 17 Jan 2019
Bring your lunch (and your questions) to find out how the Bridging the Divide seed funding grant program could help get your research or scholarly project off the ground.
Friday, 18 Jan 2019
The purpose of the ISU-OLC is to share campus best practices to improve online teaching and learning; see how others are using the University Learning Management System (LMS) to create innovative learning experiences, inform the campus about existing and new web-based instructional technologies, participate in new technology testing and evaluation; as well as, to leverage LMS expertise, experience and training resources across campus.
Tuesday, 22 Jan 2019
Personalized learning is the type of instruction that targets individual student's needs. How does personalized learning look like in Canvas? Upon completion, participants will be able to do the following:
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2019
Video instruction speaks to the modern visual and busy learner. Discover Arc, a video tool in Canvas that helps you create engaging and accessible media interactions around your subject matter! Upon completion, participants will be able to the following:
Does Iowa State welcome and include you? Where at ISU can you find your influence and how can you join and create communities that support you?
Learn how to navigate the new electronic IRBManager system, what the submission process looks like, how to submit IRB protocols for review and how to access your IRB-approved materials.
"The research-based flipped classroom and team-based learning (TBL)," an increasingly-popular form of flipped-classroom where small-group learning that can be implemented effectively in small or large classes.