Tag Archives: Instructional Design

Instructional Design Newsletter – April 2017

The April TLTC Newsletter highlights the details of the 4/11 “Easter Egg Hunt”, where all can explore a variety of technology and tools available to enhance the classroom experience. Get ready for Summer Series 2017 as the TLTC offers 3 fantastic sessions. The Qualtrics Survey Tool will soon be coming to the SHU community. Learn all about Qualtrics in 5 steps!

Programming with ‘R’ over Breakfast

Join the Digital Humanities Committee to learn more about the R programming language with colleagues from many departments.  This will be a working breakfast for faculty that use or are interested in using R (a programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics supported by the R Foundation for Statistical Computing). “Programming with… Continue Reading »

Faculty Technology Semester Kickstart

The Department of Information Technology welcomes you back to campus!  To help you kickstart your year, important information listed below will help ease you back into the semester. Featured Instructional Technology: Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing – Blackboard Collaborate is a web conferencing system, built directly in to your Blackboard course! Faculty can create a virtual… Continue Reading »

Instructional Design Newsletter – January 2015

Instructional Design Newsletter 2015 January http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/newsletter 2015 January | Instructional Design Newsletter (pdf) Course Photo Roster Available only to instructors, this tool presents a roster of students enrolled in your course along with a photograph supplied by the ID Card Center. This tool provides the ability to “put a face with a name” as well… Continue Reading »