Cool Tools for Teaching workshops introduce faculty to a variety topics and strategies to complement or enhance current teaching methods. These include high-tech, low-tech, and no-tech tools workshops, which are open to everyone—including part-time faculty, full-time faculty, master's instructors, and graduate teaching instructors.
We will also offer Cool Tools at the very beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters in a week-long intensive format. Descriptions and calendars can be found below.
To register for these sessions, please click the Register for Workshops icon at the bottom of the page. Once you have logged in, select the year and change "Group" to Cool Tools to view all the upcoming sessions.
Cool tools workshops offered:
|Jan. 18||1:00-3:00 p.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: Microsoft Stream||Tom Birkenbach|
|Jan. 23||9:30-11:00 a.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: Microsoft Teams||Tom Birkenbach|
|Feb. 6||9-11 a.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: W-Exchange, Outlook and More||Tom Birkenbach|
|Feb. 8||9-11 a.m.||Baccalaureate Writing Essentials||Maria Gigante|
|Feb. 20||9-11 a.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: Microsoft Teams 2||Tom Birkenbach|
|Mar. 5||9-11 a.m.||Introduction to Course Redesign||Kristal Ehrhardt|
|Mar. 5||1-3 p.m.||Writing Effective Exam Questions||Annette Hamel|
|Mar. 13||9-11 a.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: OneNote||Tom Birkenbach|
|Mar. 27||9-11 a.m.||Interconnectivity of Web Apps: Forms and More||Tom Birkenbach|
- Sign up for an instructor training workshop for a sneak peek at the new look and feel of the system. Sign up for Mediasite Desktop Recorder training. Visit the tutorials page for Mediasite Desktop Recording training.
Are you interested in presenting high-tech, low-tech, and no-tech tools to colleagues to help them enhance their teaching methods? Contact the Office of Faculty Development.
Cool Tools Workshops introduce faculty to a variety of highly successful ideas and strategies to compliment classroom instruction. These popular workshops are open to all, including but not limited to full-time and part-time faculty and graduate teaching assistants.