Professional Development

The Department of Digital Learning and Instructional Technology offers professional development on various topics for teaching blended and online and using educational technology in classroom.

On Campus Training Options

  • Course Tune Up  – The full DLiT team supports and coordinates this unique workshop designed so you can repeat it each year. Tune up your course, online, blended, or on campus!
  • Faculty Institute – DLiT coordinates the high tech and online teaching strands of Faculty Insitute and DLiT staff often present or recommend presenters.
  • Faculty Technology Showcases – These showcases are presented by faculty with Q&A sessions. The sessions run from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. with a lunch provided. Online RSVP is required.  Topics are subject to change.
  • Online Course Development  – Participate in our full online course development process, starting at least six months before your course will be offered. This full service experience will train you in good practices in teaching online.
  • Tool Box Sessions (formerly known as Moodling with Marsha) – Each session will start with an hour of training on a specific educational technology tool, followed by two hours of time to practice what you learned or to get assistance with any of your educational technology questions. These two hours are "come and go" format. Bring your Educational Technology questions.
  • Teaching Online Workshops  – Learn how to use the various aspects of LearningHub to teach online classes more effectively. Bring your own device to practice the skills you learn. Dates and times vary. Workshops are held in the James White Library Instructional Lab. RSVP required. 

Recorded and Online Training Options

Topics

  • Moodle training
  • Integrating faith and learning online
  • Organizing your course
  • Engaging students in online learning
  • Assessment in online learning
  • Models of hybrid delivery
  • Tools for online collaborative projects

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