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Jan 19

Technology-Enhanced Learning

Course
1/19/2022 9:50 AM 12:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
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This course, offered in a hybrid format, is designed to help participants explore and use academic technology to enhance teaching and learning. Through experiential means, participants will be exposed to a wide variety of academic technologies and the teaching and learning techniques/methodologies used in the implementation of these technologies.

Participants will complete an individualized, technology enhanced learning project based on an area of interest to them, and will have the opportunity, should they wish, to try out these projects in the classroom, online, with colleagues, or in a teaching and learning work situation (e.g., a workshop). As such, this course is designed to be practical. Further, active participation will be encouraged throughout by way of regular discussions (in-class and online) and knowledge sharing/feedback opportunities.

This is an online synchronous course. You must be available to attend the live sessions on Wednesdays, 9:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Eastern time).

This is a 12-week course, running from Jan. 19 to Apr. 13, 2022.

Full course details are available at Technology-Enhanced Learning.

Pre-requisite: you must complete Foundations of Teaching and Learning before you can register for Technology-Enhanced Learning.

Apply to register in MyPD. Registration closes on Jan. 12, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern).
Spaces in this course are reserved for the faculty members who are required to take this course. Once they have registered, we will open up any remaining spaces to the faculty who have applied.

This course is part of the Faculty Development Program.

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