Professional Development

TLTC Professional Development Offerings

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Winter Bootcamp
January 10th, 2019 10am - 3pm
Milne Library

This page outlines the TLTC offerings for the Fall 2018 semester. More information can be found on the TLTC Faculty Opportunities website. If you would like more information about any of these offerings or would like to be signed up for reminders about any specific event contact Chilton Reynolds (x2673 or chilton.reynolds@oneonta.edu)

Tech Talks

Friday, November 16 1 - 4pm
Craven Lounge, Morris Hall

This afternoon conference will consist of sessions for faculty to share how they are using technology in the classroom to engage students. In each session partic­ipants will have the opportunity to hear from 3 to 4 dif­ferent faculty about their use of these technologies in their classes. The afternoon is set up so that you can choose which sessions you would like to attend. To register, go to the Faculty Opportunities page in Campus Connection.

SESSION #1: 1:00 - 1:50pm

  • Creating Interactive Content (Articulate) Rebecca Harrington
  • Using Voice Thread - Kathy Spitzhoff
  • Qualtrics - Ursula Sanborn-Overby
  • Using on line tools to connect - Anita Levine
  • Blackboard Tools in the Classroom - Chillton Reynolds

SESSION #2: 2:00 - 2:50pm

  • Qualtrics - Bahr Ramkumar
  • Using Zoom to collaborate online - Munir Syed
  • Qualtrics - Ursula Sanborn-Overby
  • Using on line tools to connect - Anita Levine
  • Blackboard Tools in the Classroom - Chilton Reynolds

SESSION #3: 3:00 - 3:50pm

  • Creating Interactive Content (Articulate) Rebecca Harrington
  • Using Voice Thread - Kathy Spitzhoff
  • Qualtrics - Bahr Ramkumar
  • Using Zoom to collaborate online - Munir Syed
  • Blackboard Tools in the Classroom - Chilton Reynolds
  • (Collaborative Online International Learning)

Getting to Know COIL

(Collaborative Online International Learning)
Friday, December 7 2:30 - 4:30pm
Butternut Valley Room, Hunt Union

Are you interested in creating an intercultural experience for your students without them having to leave the classroom? COIL projects are a great way to give your students a chance to work collaboratively with students from another country through online tools. Come hear from faculty who have im­plemented COIL projects in their classrooms and get your questions answered on how you can get started with COIL. The TLTC can help with locating an international partner, guiding you through the planning and implementation of the project, and supporting the technology you choose. Come ask questions and learn how to get involved. To register, go to the Faculty Opportunities page in Campus Connection.

  • 2:40pm - Will Walker : Hearing Student Voices in Colombia
  • 3:00pm - David Fieni :Translating a French Graphic Novel in Morocco
  • 3:20pm - Maria Montoya : From College to Research
  • 3:40pm - Adam Kent : Creating meaningful musical performances with Colombia
  • 4:00pm - Pearlie Baluyut : Experiencing art from another culture with Malaysia
  • 4:20pm - Chilton Reynolds : How to Get Started with COIL

Bb Grade Center Support F2F

As the semester comes to a close, we're bringing the TLTC to YOU. TLTC staff will set up in different aca­demic buildings to offer any needed Blackboard sup­port, including grade center checks, help with calculat­ing grades, and any other questions you might have.

Date time building date time building
Dec. 5 (Wed) 3:00 - 4:30pm >Fitzelle Dec. 10 (Mon) 3:00 - 4:30pm Physical Science
Dec. 6 (Thurs) 8:30 - 1 0:00am >Fine Arts Dec. 11 (Tues) 8:30 - 1 0:00am Fitzelle
Dec. 6 (Thurs) 1:30 - 3:00pm >Perna Science Dec. 11 (Tues) 3:00 - 4:30pm Fine Arts
Dec. 7 (Fri) 1:30 - 3:00pm >Physical Science Dec. 12 (Wed) 8:30 - 1 0:00am Perna Science
Dec. 10 (Mon) 8:30 - 1 0:00am >Milne Library Dec. 12 (Wed) 3:00 - 4:30pm Milne Library

Feel free to stop by with any questions you might have or just to chat.

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