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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.​​ 

Save the Dates!​

Instructional Technology Presentations and Conversation in Tribute to Siobhán Ross


Thursday, March 2, 2017 

3:30 -5:00 p.m.
Fiondella Great Room, Ruane Center for the Humanities

Lights, Camera, Action! Lecture Recordings Made Easy with iPad Pro with Seann Mulcahy, Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Classroom technology has the potential to make the adoption of high impact teaching practices much easier. This presentation will discuss how Siobhán’s efforts many years ago to adopt iPads and Apple TVs has grown to enable screen casting and lecture capture technology that flips the classroom, facilitates group activity, encourages preparation for class, and promotes an inclusive learning environment in a STEM course.

Awakening the Passive Student: The Evolution from Lecture to Active Learning with Lynne Lawson, Assistant Professor of Engineering/Physics/Systems

Siobhán was instrumental in helping me introduce technology in the classroom. The skills she helped me develop allowed my classroom to evolve from being primarily lecture with passive students to the current active learning classroom that I use today for General Physics. Register here​.​


ITDP Sum​​​​mer Institute 2017

ITDP's Summer Institute will take place Tuesday, May 23- Friday, May 26, 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.​ Questions? Email itdp@providence.edu​​​​​

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​​​




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