Month: September 2012

New Workshop: Using iclickers in Your Classroom

i>clicker is a classroom response system that is used widely in higher education.
The i>clicker system is designed to keep students focused on learning, not the technology, and to support active pedagogical approaches, such as Mazur’s Peer Instruction. i>clickers are now supported through the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Center staff are offering a new workshop to help instructors use this technology in their classrooms.  After attending this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Download i<clicker software and adjust i>clicker settings
  • Draw from pedagogical best practices for i>clicker use as a means to enhance learning and engagement
  • Guide students to register, setup and use i>clicker remotes
  • Download i>clicker data into Excel and Canvas

Refer to our workshop registration page for more information.

Upcoming Lunch and Learn Workshop

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is conducting a workshop, “Canvas Cleanup: Best Practices in the New Learning Management System,” from noon to 12:55 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 20. Lunch will be provided to those who register by Monday, Sept. 17.

In this interactive session, we will provide time-saving ideas, best practices, answers to common questions, and other Canvas resources from eLearning staff and experienced faculty.

To ensure an accurate count for lunch, register for this workshop by contacting CTL at 487-2046 or visiting Workshops to register by email. Once your register, you will receive an email confirmation that will give you the location and a reminder about the date and time.