As a part of the Syracuse University Libraries’ ongoing Issues in Digital Scholarship Forum series, Jill Rothstein, chief librarian at New York Public Library’s Andrew Heiskell Braille & Talking Book Library, will be on campus today and tomorrow for a…
April 13 Is Application Deadline for Summer Institute for Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning
Information Technology Services (ITS), through its Online Learning Services unit, University College and the Office of Faculty Affairs, has announced the 2018 Summer Institute for Technology-Enhanced Teaching & Learning (SITETL). Offered twice in separate, week-long sessions, SITETL will be held May 21-25 and again on June 4-8.
SITETL is an intense program for faculty members who wish to incorporate technology in their face-to-face courses or move a significant component of their courses online. This unique event will offer presentations and hands-on workshops involving current topics and technologies, as well as strategies and pedagogies to support accessible online teaching and learning. Participants will work alongside colleagues from a variety of disciplines as they develop skills and design content for their courses. Instructors will learn about a variety of technologies with a focus on enhancing instruction for students. Sessions will include presentations, panel discussions, and hands-on lab time.
Each session is limited to 15 participants selected through a competitive application process. The application deadline is Friday, April 13.
For more information, including the online application form, see the SITETL website.
If you have questions or want more information, please contact Michael Morrison at email@example.com or 315.443.1806.
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