Upcoming Training Webinars in October!

Looking for training that fits your schedule? Check out the LIT event calendar! October is especially busy. Please find the upcoming offerings below with information and registration links. VoiceThread and Storytelling – Tuesday, October 2, 7:00pm Most cognitive scientists agree that storytelling is a great way to help your message stick in the minds of an audience. Our minds […]

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Using Respondus Test Creation this Fall

What are the benefits of Respondus? Respondus is a great tool to use for creating more in-depth exams for your courses and allows you to save them to build an exam library. It will transfer your questions/pools to Blackboard and it can tie to publisher content. Exams can be also be created offline using Windows. It supports up […]

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Enhance Student Success with Transparency: purpose, task, criteria

At the International Conference for Educational Development in June 2018, Mary-Ann Winkelmes shared a template that can be used as a guide for developing, explaining, and discussing class activities and out-of-class assignments. She shared that “Making these aspects of each course activity or assignment explicitly clear to students has demonstrably enhanced students’ learning in a national […]

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