Fall 2020 Faculty Workshops

LIT and WIT Online look forward to cross-disciplinary conversations and sharing in the workshops to start the fall 2020 term: Tues 9/8 at 11am Best Practices: Managing Your Online Course Tues 9/8 at 12pm Best Practices for Using Zoom for Remote Teaching Tues 9/8 at 4pm Boost Study Time through Anytime Anywhere Access to Course Syllabus and […]

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August Faculty Workshops

LIT and WIT Online look forward to cross-disciplinary conversations and sharing in the workshops to end the Summer 2020 term and begin preparations for fall: Monday August 3rd – 4:00pm: Faculty Course Wrap-Up Drop-In Session (LIT) Tuesday August 4th –  4:00pm: Faculty Course Wrap-Up Drop In Session (LIT) Wednesday August 5th – 10:00am: Faculty Webinar: Meaningful Feedback Strategies (WIT […]

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Engage Students in Remote and Online Courses

We invite you to use explore course resources and leverage lessons learned from Spring remote teaching to prepare your summer courses to maximize student success! Explore WIT Online Learning Hub Faculty Resources,  WIT Online Webinars and Podcasts, WIT Online Faculty Toolkit Self-Paced Course, the LIT Academic Technology Toolkit create a consistent and engaging student experience […]

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Kickoff Summer 2020 Programming

LIT and WIT Online look forward to cross-disciplinary conversations and sharing in the workshops to kickoff the Summer 2020 term: May 4th at 11:00 am – Best Practices: Managing Your Online Course WIT Online May 5th at 11am – Best Practices for using Zoom for Remote Teaching (securing the session, security updates, polling, and breakout rooms) LIT […]

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Remote Assessment Strategies

LIT invites you to consider a wide variety of remote assessment strategies. Watch the remote assessment video to get ideas on a variety of assessment strategies on Blackboard to assess student learning and non-proctored exam options that will adequately assess my students’ learning​ Explore additional quick links below. AAC&U Blog on Maintaining Validity in Online […]

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