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Post-Pandemic Education Town Hall links

April 30, 2021 by | Teaching Online

For a deeper dive into the resources from the April 30, 2021 Town Hall on Post-Pandemic Education, the presentation links are included here: Presentation Slides for Town Hall Curated list of Post-Pandemic Education links Course Workload Estimator “Leveling Up” Workshop Recording PPE Form for more ETS/IETL information Educational Equity Video:  

You’ve leveled up on technology: bringing it back to the classroom April 6 workshop will help faculty strategize how to support student learning as we transition back to the classroom

March 22, 2021 by | Training

The IETL is sponsoring an upcoming workshop that will benefit you as we transition back to teaching in the classroom. Through intense efforts over the past year, you have learned Canvas, Zoom, and other technologies. Your hard work will continue to benefit your instruction even when you return to the classroom. Join the April 6

Teaching Tips Thursdays A new series from your ETS/IETL team

February 8, 2021 by | Training

Join the team from Educational Technology Services (ETS) and the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (IETL) every Thursday for a new series on teaching tips. These short sessions will offer you the opportunity to try out a new teaching strategy and obtain resources to explore further. 2/11 — Zoom Chat Tricks for Increased

IETL Faculty Office Hours – Spring 2021 Have a teaching related question or need assistance?

February 3, 2021 by | Technology

The Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (IETL) Co-Directors Jana Remy and Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith will hold the below office hours this spring – updated office hours can also always be found on the IETL Canvas Den Homepage – Teaching Resources from the IETL:   Jana Remy Tuesday, 1-2 p.m., Zoom link: https://chapman.zoom.us/j/97459695695 Jana will also

There’s a ‘Then’ Coming Preparing for Spring

December 14, 2020 by | Events

During the pandemic and working-from-home experience of the past few months, I’ve noticed that it is hard to mark time, as so much of my previous routine is gone and the days tend to slip into one another as time passes. Perhaps that is why Professor Anna Leahy’s recent poem about time during the pandemic,

How can I learn more about HyFlex? Your link roundup

December 11, 2020 by | Zoom

Image Credit: GraphicSurfCom / Shutterstock.com © 2020 What is HyFlex? HyFlex is short for “hybrid flexible.”  The model includes options for in-person, synchronous online, and asynchronous online learning. Because students participate in a variety of ways, instructors need to ensure everyone is able to engage with the material. As EDUCAUSE points out in their article,

A Moment of Calm for you as you finish out the Fall semester

November 12, 2020 by | Training

I don’t know about you, but I am feeling pummeled by so many happenings right now: elections, election protests, concern about escalating virus cases both on campus and in my social circles, fires, inclement weather, shorter daylight hours, overwhelmed students in my classes, concerns about how best to prepare for teaching in 2021, and also

Some thoughts about well-baked online learning

October 6, 2020 by | Teaching Online

Perhaps you have taken up baking during the pandemic, as so many others have?  What I have learned about sourdough over the last seven months is that it takes many weeks to curate a good sourdough starter and it takes at least three days to prepare the dough for baking a loaf: with stages for

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