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Instructional Technology Development Program

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Instructional Technology Development Program

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M​ission

The mission of the Instructional Technology Development Program is to support faculty in the thoughtful and creative integration of instructional technologies in teaching and learning at Providence College.

Group Wo​​rkshops

Hands-on workshops are generally offered in mid-August through early September, mid-January, and the week after Commencement.​​ 

The 'New' Sakai 11

The 'New' Sakai features a sleeker, more modern look with redesigned menus and responsive interface that allows you to easily work on Sakai from any device: desktop, mobile, or tablet. 

With this new update your favorite Sakai tools will still be accessible, with the addition of new a Gradebook option. The only tool that is being retired is the "Discussion and Private Messages Tool", and tools like "Lesson Builder" will have improved features. The Sakai Help and ITDP Teams will keep you updated in preparation for this exciting upgrade.​ 

Please see Sakai 10 and 'New' Sakai 11 Comparison Document.​​


ITDP Sum​​​​mer Institute 2017

ITDP's Summer Institute will take place Tuesday, May 23- Thursday, May 25, 2017. The Summer Institute provides faculty with a focused opportunity to learn about instructional technologies and techniques that can be used to enhance student learning.  Each participant will receive individualized support in applying new technologies to online or traditional classroom courses.  Faculty will be awarded a stipend for their participation in the four day series.  

The following proposals for the 2017 Summer Institute were accepted:

Seth Ashman (Assistant Professor of Physics)
Matthew Eriksen (Professor of Management)
Robert Hackey (Professor of Health Policy & Management)
Michael Kraten (Associate Professor of Accountancy)
Brandon Martinez (Assistant Professor of Sociology)
Steven Smith (Assistant Professor of History)
Deirdre Snyder (Assistant Professor of Management)
Victoria Templer (Assistant Professor of Psychology)
Kelly Warmuth (Assistant Professor of Psychology)
Marcy Zipke (Associate Professor of Education)​

If you would like to know more about the 2016 Summer Institute, download a copy of the 2016 Summer Institute Final Agenda​.​

ITDP Spring 2017 Newsletter​​​




Questions about Sakai:

sakaihelp@providence.edu
​​Sakai - login​

For consultations:

itdp@providence.edu