Spring 2015 ePortfolio Q&A Sessions
Visit the 'Getting Help' page in the ePortfolio area of the site to check out dates for this spring's drop-in question & answer sessions, as well as cotact info for D2L's 24/7 assistance hotline.
Pictures and info forthcoming from the 2014 IDEAx conference! Thanks to all who came and contributed, it was a tremendous success and we look forward to 2015. In the meantime, visit IDEAx on the web.
The NMC Blog
Musings, wisdom and experiences shared by New Media Consortium scholars from institutions around the country and the world at large. Find unique perspectives and solutions to the issues and problems educators at institutions large and small face. Check out the blog at: http://www.nmc.org/blog.
Also check out the two-page communique from the 2013 Horizon Project Summit addressing the seemingly unsolvable 'wicked problems' of higher education: http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2013-Horizon-Project-Summit-Communique.pdf
Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
275 Walker Hall
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Spring 2015 Film Challenge
This spring's RU CITL film challenge will kick off Wednesday, March 25 at 5pm. Students will have just over a week to produce a short film based on a set of criteria and submit it by Friday, April 3 at 5pm. Entries will be screened and awards given at the Radford Theater in April. VISIT our Film Challenge page for more info.
The CITL is pleased to announce the availability of Lynda.com online training. Please visit HERE to view a special announcement from Provost Dr. Sam Minner about this staff training and development initiative, and to learn more about training resources offered through Lynda.
Started in late 2012, this series spotlights RU faculty engaged in new, innovative activities inside and outside the classroom. Visit the Faculty Profiles page to view our ever-growing lineup of RU faculty from across the disciplines including Music, Philosophy, Marketing, Core Curriculum, English and McConnell Library.
Put That Class Online!
Visit the Faculty Development Institute area of our site to view this cautionary tale about a department that decides to put a class online without realizing what they are geting into. Starring Bill Kennan, Chandish Nester, Susan Van Patten, Ryan Waide, and Wesley Young.