Instructional Technology and Design Services offers many faculty development opportunities year-round to support teaching and learning. These include workshops, Empowering Online Teaching and Learning (an online course emphasizing pedagogical approaches), our annual conferences, and many special events. For faculty new to Canvas, visit our Montclair State Canvas Faculty Orientation or register for our workshops. You can also schedule a one-on-one appointment with a member of the ITDS team.
We offer events and workshops to assist faculty with many aspects of teaching. Our workshops cover Canvas, course design, pedagogical strategies to implement in the classroom, online, or when teaching hybrid, and much more. We also offer one-on-one consultations.
We offer special events throughout the year. Our Preparing for the Fall Semester and Preparing for Winter Session and other pre-semester events are designed to help you prepare your courses for the upcoming terms. We also offer faculty-led workshops, seminars for new faculty, collaborative sessions with other departments, and much more. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities.
Fridays with ITDS is a bi-weekly interview series that spotlights the unique contributions University faculty, staff, and leadership are providing to teaching and learning at Montclair State University. Conducted live on Zoom, each interview focuses on a particular topic and then opens for questions and discussion.
Our annual conferences showcase best practices on how to implement effective instructional strategies, facilitate learner-centered interaction and collaboration, and create objective-oriented assessments to enhance teaching and learning outcomes.
The Empowering Online Teaching and Learning (EOTL) course is intended to provide faculty with an overview of online teaching and learning, applicable for both online and hybrid courses. ITDS offers this course multiple times per year.
Creating DIY Multimedia to Enhance Learning is a four-week online, asynchronous course which provides the training you need to produce quality academic media content from the comfort of your home or office.
Student Engagement Tools and Techniques (SETT) is a 3-week online, asynchronous course that aims to provide faculty with a conceptual framework of student engagement as well as strategies and tools that they can implement in their own teaching practices.