The course copy process is being transitioned from the CTL to the faculty for the 2018 Spring semester. This means that faculty will now copy their courses for the new semester. Faculty members or programs chairs will have to be listed in both courses to copy a course. The assigned instructor should be the only instructor enrolled in a course. All… Click to Read More
Randy Candelaria and Learning Resources is pleased to announce that NC-NET Academy is accepting enrollment for Spring 2018 courses beginning Monday, December 4! From NC-NET: Incorporating Active Learning Strategies in the College Classroom Course dates: January 12 – February 23, 2018 Come explore ways to increase student engagement and participation in your courses. We’ll begin by examining best practices and… Click to Read More
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As we move towards a cloud based system for Blackboard, the CTL is here to support you! In order to make the most of your Blackboard storage space, we will host a series of workshops that show you how to transfer pre-existing content and create new content via. the Microsoft 365 cloud. See the workshop descriptions and dates below. ONEDRIVE… Click to Read More
Did you know that Nov. 6-10 is National Distance Learning Week? To celebrate, the North Carolina Community College Distance Learning Association (NC3DAL) is offering FREE US Distance Learning Association Webinars. To access the schedule of offerings and register please visit this LINK. If you have any questions, please contact Leanne Wieland in the CTL at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are proud to announce new opportunities to join a faculty learning community (FLC) this spring. A faculty learning community is a peer-led group of faculty members who engage in an active, collaborative, year-long program, structured to provide encouragement, support, and reflection. As the CTL enters its fourth year of hosting FLCs, we want to challenge those that have not participated in… Click to Read More
The CTL is pleased to offer a FREE webinar from Quality Matters that focuses on strategies to effectively institutionalize quality in online/distance education. The QM webinar is titled Quality Assurance: Using a Continuum of Excellence to Shape Institutional Online Efforts Description from Quality Matters: “We’re pleased to invite Dr. Deb Adair and Dr. Vickie Cook to reprise their session with additional… Click to Read More