Tag Archives: 2014

Instructional Design Newsletter – December 2014

Instructional Design Newsletter 2014 December http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/newsletter 2014 December | Instructional Design Newsletter (pdf) Blackboard Collaborate Faculty can now offer synchronous online lectures, office hours, guest speakers, and break out rooms to support student collaboration. Collaborate is integrated within Blackboard courses, allowing seamless access to real-time online communication. http://www.shu.edu/offices/technology/bb-collaborate.cfm http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/2014/10/20/faculty-tech-bytes-blackboard-collaborate/ Archive Your Blackboard Course In order… Continue Reading »

TLTC Reading Day Sessions – Fall 2014

TLTC Reading Day Sessions Wrap up the 2014_Fall semester and get a jump start on the 2015_Spring semester with the TLTC Reading Day Sessions on Tuesday December 9th! Road Closures impeding your ability to hold office hours?  Conduct virtual office hours via Blackboard Collaborate (web conferencing)! Class cancelled due to a delayed opening?  Stay on… Continue Reading »

Faculty Tech Bytes – Blackboard Collaborate

TLTC Faculty Tech Bytes | Blackboard Collaborate – Web Conferencing System Fall 2014 Blackboard Collaborate is a web conferencing system, built directly in to your Blackboard course! Faculty can create a virtual classroom or hold virtual office hours to meet with students. This session will cover starting a Blackboard Collaborate session, utilizing the built-in tools… Continue Reading »

Grant Writing Workshop for the Digital Humanities

Grant Writing for Digital Humanities Facilitated by Dr. Matthew Gold, Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities at CUNY, this workshop will engage participants in strategies for locating and writing grants to support digital humanities initiatives. Digital Humanities has been defined as a “field of study, research, teaching, and invention concerned with the intersection of… Continue Reading »

Student Technology Week – November 10-14, 2014

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center and Student Leadership Development is, again, co-sponsoring the annual Student Technology Week, November 10 – 14, 2104. Sessions include: Marketing Your Organization with Print Media Modern marketing techniques focus on digital and online formats however any well-rounded advertising plan includes print media; posters, flyers and brochures.  The key to… Continue Reading »