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What are you thankful for? Are you thankful for student engagement? Are you just glad your technology works? We have something else for faculty to be thankful for this November.

We invite faculty to come fill their tool kit with a cornucopia of EduTools. Learn ways to increase engagement and presence in hybrid and online courses at these events.

Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

  • Panopto: Creating and Editing Videos - Tuesday, Nov. 1 from 1-1:45pm (Dupre Library Bib Lab)

  • Adobe Connect: Web-Conferencing as an Instructional Tool - Thursday, Nov. 3 from 3-3:45pm (Dupre Library Bib Lab)

  • VoiceThread: Create Engaging Discussions - Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 10-10:45am (Dupre Library Bib Lab)

  • Moodle: Groups & Groupings - Friday, November 11 from 11-11:30am (Adobe Connect)

Tech Time Opportunity

Have questions or issues with an EduTool? Want to try out a new technology in your online or hybrid course? Join the Distance Learning Instructional Support Team for Tech Time.

  • Thursday, November 10 from 1:30-3:30pm (Dupre Library Bib Lab)

Register for these workshops here -

When we count our blessings, our Distance Learning Faculty are high on our list! We appreciate the enthusiasm and dedication to improvement that we see in our hybrid and online faculty. So we just wanted to take a moment and say “Thank you” to them for inspiring us and working so hard to ensure high quality learning experiences for their students.