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Posted: Thursday, November 14, 2013

A Chance for Faculty and Staff to Earn $300 for Professional Development

Learn how you can earn awards and become eligible for prizes and the possibility of winning $300 for professional development during this information session on Tuesday, December 3, from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Technology Building 242.

Introductory Session Workshop: Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP) – On-Demand Discovery Learning Professional Development
Interested in learning about instructional technologies that can be used to help engage students? Then TOEP is just what you need. This session will introduce faculty and staff members to TOEP, a web-based discovery learning activity designed to help you learn about instructional technologies that are engaging and functional.

TOEP provides hands-on experience with online instructional technologies like audio and video creation and editing, creating engaging presentations, using social media in and outside the classroom, and more that you can explore at your own pace. Complete a series of short discovery exercises designed to help you explore and reflect on innovative and creative uses of online instructional technologies.

TOEP runs through spring 2014 and can be completed in as little as 30 minutes a week. Faculty and staff members selected through peer review will receive funding to be used toward professional development (valued at $300). Other incentives, including iTunes gift cards, will also be awarded.

Visit the TOEP website for more information.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and evaluate a variety of online instructional technologies for the purposes of teaching and learning
  • Reflect on your own learning and outline how online instructional technologies might affect your teaching effectiveness
Submitted by: Robin Lee L. Harris