Upcoming Academic Technology events in early Spring 2017

Posted on Monday, January 23, 2017

Join your colleagues at these upcoming professional development events. Expand your knowledge of teaching strategies and improve your skills for teaching with technology.

[Photo] Presenter demonstrating at Academic Technology event.

Zoom Webinar

Friday, February 3, 2017  |  12pm-1pm  |  Online Web Conference

Learn about Zoom, San Francisco State’s new online video conferencing platform. This webinar will cover what video conferencing is, how you and your students can access it, and ideas on how you might use Zoom to engage students, bring in guest speakers, collaborate with colleagues and more! Register for Zoom Webinar

Visit SFSU.zoom.us for more information about Zoom Web Conferencing.

Missed the event? View the recordings here: Video recording | Audio recording (begins at 0:05:50)| Chat transcript

ePortfolio Webinar

Thursday, February 9, 2017 |  12pm-1pm  |  Online Web Conference

In this webinar, you will hear about SF State’s highly recognized ePortfolio program and how faculty are using ePortfolios as a platform to support student success through assessment, reflection, and bridging academic work to future goals. Attendees will be oriented to Academic Technology’s new ePortfolio platform and resources for getting your students started with their own ePortfolios. Register for ePortfolio Webinar

Visit the ePortfolio Website for more information about ePortfolios at SF State.

Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Workshop

Thursday, February 23, 2017  |  2pm-4pm  |  LIB242

This workshop is the first step toward earning QOLT certification for your online course. In this workshop, you will use the QOLT instrument to diagnose and improve your course, establish connections with QOLT faculty Ambassadors and instructional designers, and begin the journey towards full QOLT certification. Register for QOLT Workshop

Due to the active and hands-on content of this workshop, remote participation through web conference is not available.

Visit the QOLT website for more information about the QOLT initiative.

Download the workshop agenda and presentation slides.

Questions?

Email us at iteach@sfsu.edu for questions or accommodations.