This is the FINAL TLTC FRIENDS Announcement
Thank you for following the TLTC Friends announcements. We wanted to send you one last message from this list to tell you about some changes in the way we will support your instructional technology use in the future. This past August, TLTC became part of the new Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL), joining with colleagues from other instructional support units across the IU Bloomington campus. As part of this merging of services, announcements about instructional technology workshops and support will now come through the monthly CITL newsletter, so please look for e-mail coming from CITL near the start of each month. If you have not yet received a CITL newsletter and would like to subscribe, please send an email to email@example.com. For more information about CITL and how it can support your teaching, see http://citl.indiana.edu.
MARCH WORKSHOP REMINDERS
3/25 - Creating Online Content and Activities: SoftChalk Lesson Builder and Oncourse Modules Friday, March 25, 2011, 1:30 - 3:00 PM, Wells Library, 305 West Tower Register Here (https://webdb.iu.edu/tltc/scheduler.cfm?sch=TIS)
Get hands-on experience with tools for building web pages (without knowledge of HTML) that guide students through the readings, presentations, activities, assignments, tests and quizzes for the course. Modules is part of Oncourse and uses the familiar WYSIWYG text-editor to bring together text, images, and links to other resources. SoftChalk Lesson Builder allows you to create course lessons or modules that include all of the above, plus simple interactive pieces such as quizzes, flash cards, drag-and-drop exercises, etc. You can even embed Adobe Presenter or Captivate pieces, and YouTube videos.
Both tools automatically build navigation from page-to-page.
3/31 - Clickers: Question-Writing Workshop Thursday, March 31, 9:30-11:00 AM; NOTE: RESCHEDULED from 3/24 to 3/31, Wells Library, 305 West Tower Register Here (https://webdb.iu.edu/tltc/scheduler.cfm?sch=TIS)
Successful clicker use depends on having clicker questions that match your instructional goals, such as promoting discussion, uncovering misconceptions, assessing conceptual understanding, or making students aware of others' views. In this hands-on workshop you will learn some best practices for writing questions and then apply those ideas by writing and revising your own questions with the help of CITL staff and your peers. This workshop is designed for instructors who are currently using or who are familiar with using clickers in their classes.
CITL staff attend retreat on THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH
Ballantine Hall 307 will be open normal hours 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wells Library, 305 West Tower will be open 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM The TRC in Ballantine Hall will be closed for the day.
See a listing of all of the CITL events on our new web
To contact the CITL, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 855-9023.
From Greg Siering and the rest of the CITL staff
Teaching and Learning Technologies Centers A service of University Information Technology Services Herman B Wells Library 305 West & Ballantine Hall 307
812.855.7829 * http://www.indiana.edu/~tltc/