The CTL Presents: FREE Quality Matters Webcasts and Viewing Party

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The CTL is happy to announce that Quality Matters is making several sessions from their annual Connect Conference available for FREE via. webcast! We will also host a viewing party for the plenary keynote speaker. Please see full details below! From Quality Matters: “Several featured sessions will be available for FREE via webcasting during the QM Connect Conference September 25-26. Use your… Click to Read More

Friendly Reminder: TechTube is Dying Soon…So Get Ready

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This is a follow up post to our announcement about TechTube. The service will end in December and it is imperative that you begin moving your content (if you want it) off of TechTube and into Office 365 Video. Office 365 Video is part of the other apps you have as part of your Office 365 package. If you have… Click to Read More

Free Quality Matters Webinar

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The CTL is happy to announce a free Quality Matters webinar on Thursday, September 14 from 1-3pm. This latest installment in the QM Success Stories series will focus on course maps. From Quality Matters: “Join Natasha Lindsey from the University of North Alabama as she shares the important role course maps can play in course design. September 14, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00… Click to Read More

Atomic Learning Ends Today

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Atomic Learning ends today. It was a valuable tool to advance teaching and learning. It supplemented the flipped classroom model quite well. Lynda.com is a tool that we adopted to continuously serve our online professional development needs. If you need assistance with learning how to use it to support teaching and learning, please contact us.

A New Method to Request and End Instructor or Course Observer Access

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Introduction In an earlier announcement, we mentioned starting a pilot to test if the course copy process could be self-supported where faculty could complete them on their own. Ultimately, this would eliminate the need for the course request form; however, we are well aware that certain circumstances may require us to support the process on a case-by-case basis. We have… Click to Read More

Updated: Course Development Timeline for the OER Grant

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Overview The timeline for offering courses for the Achieving the Dream Open Educational Resources Degree Initiative is below. Look at the semester your course(s) is offered. Your course must be ready before the start of that semester.  Most faculty will be happy to learn that courses must be completed and ready to offer at the beginning of the Fall 2017… Click to Read More

Reminder: Atomic Learning Ends August 31st

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This is a reminder that services for Atomic Learning will end on August 31st. In the meantime, please work to find comparable resources on Lynda.com. If you need assistance with using Lynda.com, please contact the Collaboratory at 336.757.3716. Click here to view previous message about Atomic Learning and Lynda.com​ You may be asked to log into TechLink after clicking on the… Click to Read More