All faculty and staff are invited to attend this day of very informative sessions. There is no charge, and no registration is required.
If you can’t attend the entire day of activities, hopefully you can at least attend some of the sessions. Lunch is on your own.
Download Detailed Session Agenda (PDF)
All sessions are held in Stouffer Hall.
Welcome Address and Technology Day Overview
“MS Outlook and 365 Tips and Tricks” (IUP faculty and staff only)
“Oculus Rift: Exploration of Immersive Learning Environments”
“Creating Charts and Diagrams for Writing and Teaching: How to Use an Online Diagram Creator—‘draw.io’”
“InfoReady Review—IUP’s Platform for Submitting, Reviewing, and Awarding Internal Funding”
“Exploring Artificial Intelligence in English Language Teaching”
“Supplies, Storage, Surplus, and More! The Benefits from Understanding the Central Storeroom”
“Are You Ready for Green Dot IUP?” (part 1 of 2)
“Zooming Your Classroom Around the World”
“Introduction to Office 365”
“Don’t Cite It, Write It!: Wikipedia-based Educational Approaches”
“OneNote in Education: Educators’ Companion to Stay Organized, Deliver Curriculum, and Collaborate with Students and Colleagues”
“Close Reading Online”
“Next Gen Scholarship Manager Overview”
“Are You Ready for Green Dot IUP?” (part 2 of 2)
“Tools for Everyday Use: Apps and Resources from IUP Libraries”
“Deep Dive of Office 365”
“An Overview of D2L Brightspace” (part 1 of 2)
“Technology and Assessment”
“Meeting Students’ Emotional Needs in Online Courses”
“AI Tools for Writers”
“Starting the Conversation and Facilitating Critical Thinking and Group Work with Robot Kits and Interactive Games”
Lunch is on your own.
“An Overview of
D2L Brightspace” (part 2 of 2)
Instruction: Using an ‘Embedded Librarian’ to Enhance Doctoral Students’
Information Literacy Skills”
Design and Keeping Up with Technology Trends”
Incorporating Critical Literacy Aspects in Adult Digitalized Classrooms’
“Engaging Students in Online and Blended Learning Environments”
“Video Editing Essentials with Adobe Premiere”
“IMPROVE Your Program Learning Outcome Plan!”
“Using a Faculty Fellowship Model to Create Scenario-Based eLearning”
“Tech Tips for Adult Education: Making Technology Work for Literacy Differentiated Instructions”
“Use Flipgrid to Amplify Students’ Voice and Create a Blended Classroom”
“Engaging Every Student: Applying Universal Design for Learning in Online Classes”
“Let’s Get Critical: Use Free Interactive Digital Resources to Help Students Experience ‘the Other’”
“Getting Started Using Zoom”
“Integrating Technology in ESL Curriculum and Instruction”
“Building a Learning Community through Educational Technology”
We will have a drawing for some technology prizes at the wrap-up session. Prizes for the drawing were donated by the Indiana Staples store. You will receive a ticket at the end of each session that you attend throughout the day, and you must be present at the wrap-up session to win.
Just before the drawing, you will have an opportunity to drop your tickets into boxes for the various prizes (you can put all of your tickets into one prize box to increase your odds of winning, or spread them out through several prizes).
The 17th College Technology Day will be on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 (the Wednesday before the start of the fall semester).