CIRTL webinar, Tips for Support Staff and TAs Suddenly Supporting Synchronous Online Learning
|Date/Time:||Friday, 20 Mar 2020 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am|
|Location:||Online only - view on your own via CIRTL (use link below)|
|Channel:||Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching|
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The workshop will address the less obvious parts of support - like avoiding assumptions about who does what in the online environment - as well as the obvious - like what to do when everything crashes in online sessions.
== Recognize the value of and participate in local professionally-focused learning communities associated with teaching and learning.
Kate Diamond is the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL)'s Cross Network Programming Coordinator. Learn more from Kate Diamond's webpage.
This online event takes place on Friday, March 20 at 12-12:30PM ET / 11-11:30AM CT / 10-10:30AM MT / 9-9:30AM PT.
This online workshop is open to the public. Anyone is welcome to attend, but you must register in order to attend. Once you register, you will have access to the Blackboard Ultra room where this online event will take place.
Register via this Tips for Support Staff and TAs Suddenly Supporting Synchronous Online Learning webpage.
CIRTL strives to be inclusive of anyone interested in participating in our activities. If you have specific accessibility needs, please contact us at in advance so that we may make the necessary accommodations
*Need help attending the CIRTL event?*
Go to How to Attend Cross-Network Programming or contact CIRTL support via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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*About Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL)*
ISU's membership in CIRTL is sponsored in a partnership between CELT and the Graduate College.
CIRTL's mission is to enhance excellence in undergraduate education through the development of a national faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse learners as part of successful and varied professional careers. It was established with the intent of preparing future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) faculty across the nation, to ultimately improve the STEM learning of all students, at every college and university, and thereby to increase the diversity in STEM fields and the STEM literacy of the nation. The three CIRTL core ideas are: Evidence-based Teaching, Learning Communities, and Learning-through-Diversity.
This event is promoted by Iowa State University's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching