Spring Teaching & Learning Support

WWU's Old Main building in Spring

ATUS and CIIA have a wide variety of resources for Spring 2022 teaching and learning, including live sessions, self-enrollment courses, and online documents.  All opportunities are free and are presented online, but some require registration. 

Learning Opportunities

Access links and materialsATUS-CIIA Self-Enroll Canvas course

  • Interactive Strategies for Hybrid Zoom Webinars (& More) - Join us to learn the key differences between Zoom meetings and webinars, important settings and information for publicizing events, and how each can be used in hybrid events or classes.
    • Thurs., April 21 @ 1-2 PM
  • Tech Happy Hour (Some) Fridays - Join us for conversations related to strategies for teaching, learning, and supported technologies. See recording for 4/15 session about plagiarism tools on the above site.
    • Fridays: April 29, May 20, June 3, 3-4 PM
  • TLCo-op Faculty Mentor Presentations - Several presentations upcoming! See linked page to join TLCo-op Canvas site and see details.
  • Workshop: Using Inclusive Instructional Design to Redesign Your Syllabus - This professional development session will provide faculty an opportunity to workshop their syllabus by using inclusive and accessible instructional design strategies. Faculty will be introduced to the Heuristic for Inclusive Instructional Design, a resource managed by the TLCo-op. Faculty who attend this workshop should be bring a course syllabus and be ready to engage with peers and instructional designers to workshop their syllabus. Two dates available with limited capacity: 
  • Mini-Workshops for Teaching Summer Online Courses - Offered by the instructional design specialists in Outreach and Continuing Education, several options remain this term. See linked page for details and registration information.
  • Kevin's Life Lessons: Top Ten Tech Things from 15 years at Western - Join Kevin and the team to find out some of the secrets discovered throughout his career at Western and especially during the challenges of the past two years working in educational technology. Kevin is working as a consultant spring term as he transitions to his new career at the American University of Paris.
    • Wed. June 1 @ 1-2 PM

DIY Learning

Key Resources for Students

 

Date
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 9:46am