Category: Professional Development

Jan 13

Tech Tuesday

Dec 18

eTech Fair Recordings

If you are like me, you didn’t have time to attend all of the live UAA eTech Fair sessions you wanted during Distance Education week in November. I mentioned the 20 ways to use the Blackboard Collaborate Whiteboard for Student Engagement session to some of you and promised to share the link. For those of …

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Nov 24

Games vs Gamification in Higher Education

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Registration will close this morning (Monday) at 9 AM so be sure to follow the link here to send us your registration information so we can get you the webinar information in time. Please register soon to attend the webinar. And, please spread the word to your colleagues. We’re very excited to have Karl Kapp join us …

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Nov 19

Register NOW for Monday’s Webinar with Karl Kapp!!!

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We’re excited to announce that Karl Kapp, author of The Gamification of Learning and Instruction, will be helping us kick off two exciting weeks of challenges (a game!) by speaking with us on Monday, November 24, at 11 AM. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to join Karl and discuss the difference between gaming and gamification …

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Nov 07

Fried Friday & eTech Fair Starting Monday

It’s Friday again and you might be feeling like the “Apparently Kid,” Noah Ritter, in the video below.  Not to worry, some laughs from Noah combined with the weekend break, and you should be energized and ready for the eTech Fair starting on Monday November 10th. The UAA eLearning Workgroup is hosting the eTech Fair …

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Oct 01

Deadline for Professional Development Opportunity

 

Sep 25

Professional Development Opportunity

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Sitka Title III will cover the tuition costs for UAS faculty to take Quality Matters’ Applying the Quality Matters Rubric course. This online course is intended to increase your understanding of the QM rubric and of the peer review process. The UAS Peer Review for Course Improvement committee requires this course of all who are …

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