On Thursday, Oct. 29, join Amy Chernowsky, academic success professional, for Brain Sticky from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in SGMN 0119. Do students often complain that they can’t remember information or that there’s too much information to remember? Learn how you can help students improve their “brain sticky-ness” when it comes to learning your content area. This workshop explores how memories are formed and stored in the brain, strategies for memory improvement and resources to give your students to help them improve their memory.
To register for Brain Sticky, click HERE.
Instructional Technology and Distance Education (ITDE) is offering the following workshop TODAY:
The Classroom: Faculty and Student Rights & Responsibilities • 1-2 p.m. • SGMN 0119
Facilitator: Leslie Johnson, associate vice president, Student Services
Do you know what to do when you encounter students who disrupt the learning environment? Join Leslie to learn more about procedures and best practices used to support students’ success in and outside of the classroom. Areas covered will range from addressing plagiarism to student behavior issues.
Click here to register for the session.
LLCC’s Fall Professional Development Day is being held Tuesday, Nov. 3 and ITDE is looking for breakout session presenters. Sessions may include any of or a combination of the following areas of interest: active learning techniques, student engagement, online and hybrid, teaching and learning, pedagogy and methodology, collaborative learning, assessment, unique instructional strategies, student retention, effective feedback, student developed content, active military and veteran students, adult learners/non-traditional students, diverse student populations, technology integration, social media, gamification, flipped classroom, mobile learning, open educational resources, e-textbooks, or any teaching and learning topic of your interest.
Proposals are due by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 and can be submitted online.
Blackboard Open Lab • Today, Aug. 26 • 2-4 p.m. • SGMN0119
Facilitator: Gary Bach, instructional technology specialist
Have you ever had questions about how to accomplish something in Blackboard but couldn’t attend a previously scheduled Blackboard workshop to ask? This monthly, drop-in open house session gives you the opportunity to get individual help with your questions. No registration is required to attend.
A complete ITDE workshop schedule can be found online at: http://www.llcc.edu/itde/workshop-schedule/
The Instructional Technology and Distance Education department is excited to offer a full range of workshops covering a variety of topics this semester. Find the fall 2015 schedule of ITDE workshops online at: http://www.llcc.edu/itde/workshop-schedule/
As a NISOD member college, we have access to free webinars. NISOD webinars are free to all Lincoln Land Community College employees by using the following information to log in and register:
Feel free to sign up and view Using Google Web Apps to Improve Student Engagement.
Blackboard will be down the morning of Thursday, Aug. 6 between 8 a.m. and noon for routine maintenance. I will send out notification once the work is complete, and if you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact me.
I apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Learning Management Systems Coordinator
The Instructional Technology and Distance Education (ITDE) department will be closed Thursday, July 2 for staff professional development activities. We will resume normal operating hours on Monday, July 6.
As a NISOD member college, we have access to the following two free webinars this month. Feel free to sign up and view these webinars from your office, home or sunny summer location.
Becoming a Connected Educator: Building Your Own Personal Learning Network
What Our Students Need Most: The 7 Fundamental Conditions of Learning