Art History Instructor Karen Patterson will discuss her experiences in Matt Ensenberger's graduate class, Applying Online Course Design Review, at an ITC Brown Bag Lunch Session on Thursday, 4/21, in F124 at 12:30pm.
Karen will explain the process of applying the course design rubric to her online ART 105: Introduction to Arts class. She will also describe how her course changed and improved due to the process of peer review.
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Join us on Tuesday, April 19 at 11:45 in F-124 as Dave Braunschweig, Computer Information Systems Associate Professor, shares his experiences with the new Learning Module feature in Blackboard.
Join us on Wednesday, April 6 at 12:45 in F-124 as Amy Kammerman discusses "Images as Information". This is a presentation on combining visual literacy with information literacy practices. She will also talk about ways libraries have worked to incorporate active learning exercises into library instruction to encourage student involvement and participation.
This Adobe webinar, Digital Skills in Higher Education, features analyst Ellen Wagner who discusses research about the expansion of technology in higher education. There are evolving expectations for all students and faculty to have digital technology skills that previously were only expected for those at art/design schools.