Writing Across the Curriculum Workshop Series
with Craig Wynne, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English.
College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)
Navigate Training Is Now Available on Blackboard with Rolling Enrollment!
Navigate/A.AC.T is the university’s Student Success Management System (SSMS). It is a tool for advisors, faculty, administrators, and staff to view appropriate student information and take action with students (email, text, schedule appointments, add notes, and more). Navigate 101 Training is an asynchronous, self-paced training program. Designed to provide faculty and staff with the knowledge, skills, and information needed to use Navigate/A.AC.T. Each module covers different sections/screens of training on Navigate. All staff and faculty who need access to Navigate must complete the Navigate 101 asynchronous training course.
Click here to sign up!
Special thanks to Ms. Bridget May (formerly “Hubbard”), the Assistant Director of Student Success for Technology in the Division of Student Development and Success, for her collaboration in developing the training.
Do you have a Teaching Assistant? Teaching Assistant (TA) Training is Now available on Blackboard with Rolling Enrollment.
This asynchronous training has been meticulously crafted to enhance your TAs’ understanding of the learning process, broaden their range of instructional strategies, and provide them with many opportunities to apply these newfound insights to facilitate effective learning experiences. To register, please Click here.
Special thanks to Dr. Jillian Wendt, Associate Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and CAL Faculty Fellow, for designing the training.
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Collaborative Leadership for Impactful Change
Rebecca D. Graham, Ph.D
Director of Institutional Assessment and Outcomes
Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (OPIE)
💡 EdTech Corner
Transforming Education with Personalized Learning using Bodyswaps Virtual Reality Application
Yolandra Plummer, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Business & Public Administration (SBPA) and CAL Faculty Fellow.
EdTech Corner Submissions:
Share with your best practices with the UDC Community and how you leverage EdTech in your teaching to increase learning outcomes.
To submit for EdTech corner post