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Teaching Tools:  Using Sakai Lessons to Frame Course Content 

Monday, December 5, 2016

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Phillips Memorial Library 233​​

Facilitators:
Martha Lang, Visiting Assistant Professor in Sociology 
Kathleen Cornely, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry 
Julie DeCesare, Instructional Technology Development Program Coordinator 
Adam Villa, Associate Director, Center for Teaching Excellence

Join your colleagues for a workshop on the Lessons tool in Sakai and get a sneak peek at Lessons in Sakai 11.

Sakai Lessons allows faculty to present course content in a structured way and guide students through the learning process.  Using the Lessons tool, you can create context with resources, quizzes, assignments, forums, and media (e.g. video, audio, and image) in a central location.  Lessons can also be a platform for student created pages and peer review.  Martha Lang, Visiting Assistant Professor in Sociology, and Kathleen Cornely, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, will share their impressions and uses of Lessons, followed by a hands on workshop and overview of the tool with ITDP.​​ RSVP here.

Course Design for Active Learning Classrooms

Monday, December 12, 2016
 1:00 p.m. -4:00 p.m.
Phillips Memorial Library LL 25

​We want to let you know about a timely workshop that​ is especiallly designed for  STEM and business and science disciplines. We promise to make this an interactive workshop that will help you get ready to teach in an active learning classroom.​ Attendance will be limited. Please contact the Center for Teaching Excellence if you are interested. 

This workshop will be planned and facilitated by Shonna Ryan, Julie DeCesare, Adam Villa, Jeffery Nicholas, Cary Collins, Julia Camp, and Laurie Grupp.











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