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Readiness Survey Tool for Online Students

The Student Readiness Assessment is a self-assessment for students considering taking an online course. The assessment is divided into four sections, each relevant to student success, and provides pointed and specific feedback for review. Students do not need their pirate credentials to log in, they can simply take the assessment and receive immediate feedback.

Online Learning Corner – July 2015

Online Learning Corner – July 2015 TLTC Staff Manage Your Time – Effectively August marks the end of summer and start of the fall semester. Those teaching online courses know how difficult it is to keep up with the weekly discussions, emails, papers etc. Dr. Aitken is the Assistant Vice President of Educational Effectiveness and… Continue Reading »

TLT Center's Fall Break Workshop "FLIP IT! Strategies for Creating a Flipped Classroom"

FLIP IT! Strategies for Creating a Flipped Classroom This one day workshop will highlight ways in which flipped classroom strategies can better support student learning and engagement.  Flipped classroom is a philosophy that promotes blended learning opportunities, encouraging students to review material as pre-class work in order to engage in active learning exercises in class. … Continue Reading »

Building a Foundation for Learning: Choosing the Right Course Design for Your Students

This session will focus on trends in online and hybrid course development including the “chunking” of course materials (i.e. grouping and organization) and tips for planning online and hybrid course activities. Participants will leave the session with templates to aid in planning and chunking their own course materials. Building a Foundation for Learning Summer Series (PDF)… Continue Reading »

Fall Faculty Teachnology Boot Camp Begins September 19, 2011

The Teaching, Learning, Technology Center (TLTC) presents its 2011 Faculty Boot Camp  starting on Monday, September 19, 2011 and running through Friday, September 30. Workshops will cover a variety of topics including Facebook, Twitter, Blackboard, Images, Wikis, Blogs, Dropbox, Evernote, DyKnow, QR Codes, Google and the new Android Tablets. Each participant will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win prizes at the end of Faculty Boot Camp.  The drawing will be held on September 30, 2011. For more information, times, and dates of sessions click here.