This page contains videos of sessions designed specifically for faculty (recordings both of live sessions and of webinars). Not all sessions have been or will be recorded--sessions designed as hands-on workshops (usually technology-related) as well as 20-Minute Mentor video/discussions will not be recorded.
For videos about using Blackboard or other technology-related tools, please see the Help Desk Knowledge Base guide.
Please see the Videos - Department Spotlights page for those videos, and the Videos - General Topics Sessions page for videos of sessions on topics of general interest for both faculty and staff.
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Athletics Class Conflict Form July 20, 2022
Initiating Effective Student Interventions, Michelle Waughtel, October 28, 2020
CTE Information Session: New Blackboard Template, March 2, 2020
Strategies to Help Students Become Learners, Megan Rehm, December 5, 2019
Meeting the Needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), November 22, 2019
Adjunct Night, October 1, 2019
Group Work Assignments in Online Courses, Paul Miller, September 5, 2019
Accommodations for Students, Part 2: Scenarios, Megan Peterson, August 22, 2019
Panel Discussion on Blended Learning, August 21, 2019
Accommodations for Students, Part 1: Basics, Megan Peterson, August 20, 2019
Student Alert and Behaviors of Concern Training, Tom Palmieri, July 19, 2019
What Is Spec Grading and How to Use It, Dr. H. Allen Tannenbaum, May 9, 2019
Rubrics Basics: What, Why, and How; Dr. H. Allen Tannenbaum, April 25, 2019
Switching to OER Textbooks and Materials, Karen Jury, April 17, 2019
Research Exhibition: Faculty Info, Samantha Bise and Diane Porterfield, February 28, 2019
Textbook Information: Faculty Side, Karen Jury, February 14, 2019
Using Rubrics for Grading and Evaluation, Dr. Melissa Wehler, Summer 2018
Using Formative Assessments in the Online Classroom, Dr. Melissa Wehler, Spring 2018
What's Happening?: Implementing Technological Tools to Overcome Common Classroom Hurdles, Joanna Behm & Dr. Brant Ellsworth, Winter 2018
Sparking Creative Thinking in the Online Classroom, Dr. Brant Ellsworth, December 5, 2017
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