Since March of 2020, the Educational Technology Services team has been providing support to Chapman University’s faculty in the Virtual Tech Hub. In the last year, we have gathered a lot of data, studied the help request trends, and surveyed the faculty to find out how to best support you in the future. One key
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:
Last March, as the Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States, Chapman University’s Educational Technology Services team launched a virtual support option for faculty. We flipped our model from in-person to virtual in a matter of days, and when we needed help, members from other departments happily stepped in. Our goal was to continue to deliver
Daniela Bergerson “Hi! My name is Daniela! I’m currently a Junior majoring in Integrated Educational Studies and minoring in English. After my graduation in the spring of 2022, I will be a student in the Masters in Curriculum and Instruction Program, otherwise known as MACI, here at Chapman. This program will help me reach my
Sam Gonzalez “Hi! I’m Sam, a senior computer science major and game development minor here at Chapman. I’m expecting to graduate this upcoming Spring. Outside of school and work, I enjoy doing anything that involves me learning something whether it be a new skill, interesting facts, history, anything to keep me thinking in new ways.