Upcoming Fall 2017 Academic Technology Events

Posted on Friday, July 07, 2017
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Events

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

Faculty participating in a workshop

What’s New with iLearn

Wednesday, August 2 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. | Online web conference

Want to learn about the new developments coming to your Fall 2017 iLearn site? This online webinar will orient you to improvements in iLearn and demonstrate some highly requested new features.  

 View a recording of the June What’s New with iLearn webinar.

Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Workshop

August 10 | 1 pm. to 4 pm. | Library 222

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.

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

For more information about the QOLT initiative visit the QOLT website.

iLearn Quickstart

August 21 | 12 pm. to 1 pm. | Online web conference

This online webinar will orient you to campus course technologies and the basics of using iLearn and inspire you to explore more tools in your iLearn courses to make teaching and learning interactive both in and outside of the classroom.

View a Recording of the iLearn Quicstart Webinar held on August 21st.

Zoom Webinar

September 8 | 12 pm. to 1 pm. | Online web conference

Learn about Zoom, San Francisco State’s 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 online for the September 8 Zoom Webinar to receive the sign-on link to access this webinar.

For more information about Zoom Web Conferencing visit SFSU.zoom.us.