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News and Events

Category: ITDS Events

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New AI Workshop Offerings – September 19 and 20

ITDS is proud to present two new AI workshops: “Achieving AI Literacy” and “Image Generation with AI”!

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Fall 2023 Faculty Development Course Registration

Join us for “Student Engagement Tools and Techniques” and “Creating DIY Multimedia to Enhance Learning”!

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Preparing for the Fall 2023 Semester — August 17 & 22

In person or online, join us to get ready for the Fall semester!

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New Workshop Offerings — Fall 2023

Take a look at some of the new workshops we’re offering starting this Fall term!

Preparing for Summer Sessions 2023 — May 10

Take advantage of our virtual faculty development event to help you get ready to teach this summer!

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Call for Proposals Now Open for the 2023 Summer Institute for Teaching, Learning, and Technology!

Submit a proposal to present at our 18th Annual Summer Institute conference held on June 7th & 8th

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The Spring 2023 Teaching Symposium

Join us on January 10, 2023 for our Annual Spring Teaching Symposium!

On the left, a portrait of Jeff Strickland. On the right, a portrait of Dominique Houze.

Fridays With ITDS – December 9

Teaching in the Winter Session? Jeff Strickland and Dominique Houze join us in offering advice and guidance on how to excel in this accelerated format!

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Preparing for Winter 2023

Take advantage of our workshops, one-on-one consultations and resources to help you get ready to teach this winter!

On the left, a portrait of Daniela Peterka-Benton. On the right, a portrait of Christie DeCarolis. Full event details that can be located on the page below.

Fridays With ITDS – November 18

Join us for a discussion on how faculty are leveraging social annotation tools in their courses!

Student Engagement Tools and Techniques (SETT)

Beginning October 31, this 3-week online, asynchronous course will provide faculty with strategies and tools for enhancing student engagement in their teaching.

On the left, a portrait of Elizabeth Rich. On the right, a portrait of Mia Kink. Full event details that can be located on the page below.

Fridays with ITDS – October 21

In this panel discussion, guests will share how Canvas Catalog has aided in expanding their school’s course offerings!