Training and Events
Technology Training and Integration Mission Statement:
The Technology Training & Integration Group (TT&I), a subdivision of the Office of Information Technology, is committed to providing services, support, and education to the campus community in order to effectively integrate technology into instructional and administrative operating units. We achieve this mission by offering a wide variety of training opportunities, faculty development programs and initiatives, and instructional design expertise delivered in a manner that is customized in order to facilitate, support, and enhance the scholarship of teaching and learning through the use of technology. Our focus is on adapting emerging and promising technologies to the teaching curriculum and demonstrating best pedagogical uses that will enhance the learning environment. Download a copy of our TT&I Brochure here. Here is a link to a full list of workhops we offer: Training Offerings full list.
Please visit our webpage for access to all TT&I resources.
Empowering Online Teaching and Learning
“Empowering Online Teaching and Learning” is a four-week program intended to provide faculty with an overview of teaching and learning online and hybrid, an introduction to pedagogical considerations, and guidelines for integrating appropriate instructional strategies and technologies to facilitate online and hybrid teaching and learning. These components are necessary in order to offer high quality online and hybrid learning experiences for students.
Registration is now closed for the Spring 2015 sessions. Both sessions run from March 23rd through April 19th. There are two options to take this four-week program, as a:
- Hybridcourse (with 2 one hour in person meetings)
- In person meeting #1 - Wednesday, March 25th 12:00-1:00pm
- In person meeting #2 - Friday April 17th 12:00-1:00pm
- Fully online course (without any in-person or synchronous meetings)
Both sessions will be taught using Canvas and include the following four modules:
- Introduction to Teaching and Learning Online/Hybrid
- Approaches to Online/Hybrid Instruction
- Online/Hybrid Community and Interaction
- Online/Hybrid Learning Assessments
Facilitated by TTI’s Instructional Designers, this course will demand approximately 2-4 hours of participation over each of the four weeks. Participation in this program is highly recommended for all faculty members who will be teaching online or hybrid for the first time at Montclair State University.
For Further Assistance please E-mail Susan Graham or call 973-655-5449