Faculty Resources News Archive

Copyright & Fair Use Series
Each year we provide workshops to help faculty and staff navigate the complicated world of copyright fair use as it pertains to both face-to-face and online classroom environments. Please join us for one or more of the sessions planned for the 2017-18 academic year. Use the Human Resources training and development registration site to register
QM Training is Back!
2017-18 Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) training is back!  We are offering face-to-face and online QM workshops that are conducted by the national program throughout the year. FACE-TO-FACE QM WORKSHOPS If you prefer in-person training, our first one-day workshop will be held on Friday, September 22, 2017 to learn the underlying principles behind the
Spring Training
Registration for Spring Training through the Design Center and Center for Teaching and Learning is now available. Take a look at what we are offering so far this spring, check back for updates, and sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/hjbppv7
Accessibility Virtual Conference
There’s still time to join us for the Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web, & Technology Conference, presented virtually in Drinko Library. Accessing Higher Ground Virtual Conference Schedule
Teaching with Technology Series
September 19, 2016 · Faculty Resources, Home News, Home Training
Registration is still open for Teaching with Technology. Choose any sessions you wish to attend from the list below – the first one is Tuesday, September 20th! Teaching with Technology sessions focus on how technology is being used in our teaching practices. They are open to all, facilitated by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Design Center, and
Updates from the Design Center
August 23, 2016 · Faculty Resources, Home News, MUOnLine
Hi everyone, these are a few reminders or Blackboard updates from your Instructional Designers:  Notifications page: we notice that several of you are turning off access to this page or don’t update this page regularly. Maybe you aren’t aware that you can? If so, great news, we have some new modules that greatly help students.
Use Development Courses to Ready Content
We know that some of you like to work on readying your courses prior to the live sections becoming available. We can make that easy for you! We use blank courses called “Development sections” to act as a template for you to create your courses prior to the start of the semester. Live course sections
Design Center Update
Due to construction work occurring in our Communications Building office, the Huntington Design Center will not be available for drop-in appointments until Monday, May 23rd. At that time, you will find us in our new location in Drinko Library 235. Instructional Designers are still available to meet with faculty on the Huntington campus if needed,
Design Center Move
The Huntington Design Center is moving from Smith Communications Building into Drinko Library 235. We will be fully operational in our new space starting June 6, 2016. Until that time, if you would like to make an appointment with us on the Huntington campus, it would be best for us to come to you. You
Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series
March 8, 2016 · Faculty Resources
The Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series (or BITS) is a training initiative by Blackboard to supplement training materials and courses offered by universities like ours. BITS collaborated with faculty and staff members to share their top strategies and hints using Blackboard tools. Watch sessions on getting the most of out of digital textbooks, spicing up your