Faculty Center for eLearning: Instructional Technology Seminar

Faculty Center for eLearning: Instructional Technology Seminar

Thinking about ways to incorporate technology with your research and/or teaching efforts?  Plan to attend the Faculty Center for eLearning (FCL) June seminar. Topics for this one-day seminar will include:

  1. Podcasts, Wikis and Social Bookmarking:
    Web Tools to Build Learning Communities Research Delivered to Your Inbox
  2. Research Delivered to Your Inbox:
    Journal Contents and Search Alerts
  3. Enhancing Reflection and Assessment Activities: Overview of the Blackboard Portfolio Tool
  4. Strategies for Using Blogs, Wikis, and Discussion Boards in Blackboard
  5. Overview of the Blackboard Grade Center
  6. In addition, Dr. Catherine Hansen will share her experiences with using the Business Decision database, a new library resource for gathering and using demographic data.

The seminar will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (coffee and conversation at 8:30 a.m.) Tuesday, June 24, in Room 102, O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center; lunch will be provided.

Enrollment is limited to 20 attendees. To register e-mail fcl@stthomas.edu. For the complete schedule, visit FCL Events.

The Faculty Center for eLearning provides programming, physical and virtual space designed for the exchange of ideas, conversation and the building of community – all with the goal of developing effective collaborations among faculty and IRT staff to promote effective learning and academic excellence. For more information e-mail fcl@stthomas.edu.