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Ready for some fun?

Teaching, Learning and Technology and Academic Affairs are hosting the next Faculty Roundtable Discussion on January 24, 2013. Mark your calendars! The faculty will describe how they re-worked their lessons and give a demo of the the tools that they’ve used. This will be a fun, fast-paced, informative session; and will provide you with the […]

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Sloan C Membership

Good news! The College now has a Sloan Consortium (Sloan C) Institutional Membership, provided by Teaching, Learning and Technology. The Sloan C is an institutional and professional leadership organization that is committed to quality online education in higher ed. Sloan C offers a variety of conferences and workshops to help improve online programs. You can learn more […]

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OAKS Version 10 Now Available

Version 10 OAKS was successfully upgraded to Version 10 on December 17th. Version 10 has new interface changes for a more intuitive experience for faculty and staff. The new user interface includes: A new top bar that provides easy access to courses, alerts and personal settings Redesigned homepage tool with different branding and layout options; […]

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Check out the OAKS Support Blog

We’ve just launched the OAKS Support blog! This will be helpful for you and your students. Our goal was to have one location for everything OAKS. Check out the blog for the following: Login Information and Getting Started Recommendations Faculty and Student Tutorials Scheduled Outage Dates/Times Upcoming Upgrades and Release Notes Known Issues OAKS User […]

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Make your class more engaging!

Teaching, Learning and Technology and Academic Affairs are hosting the next Faculty Roundtable Discussion on January 24, 2013. Mark your calendars! This is a great opportunity to hear from your colleagues about how they’re utilizing technology to make their classes more engaging! We’ll have food and beverages for you to enjoy! Date: January 24, 2013 […]

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Spring 2013 Courses Now Available in OAKS

All Spring 2013 courses should now be available in OAKS.  The addition of these courses may have caused the My Courses widget to display in a different way.  Once a user has more than 50 OAKS courses listed in the My Courses area the widget display will change from organizing by term to organizing by […]

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Is Teaching DE Right for You?

Many of you have expressed an interest in teaching a fully online course in the Academic Technology Survey that TLT administered in the beginning of the semester. If you have an interest, we encourage you to take advantage of the upcoming informational session outlined below to learn more about teaching in an online format. If you are […]

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Faculty Roundtable Discussion – 9/27

The Faculty Roundtable Discussions, co-sponsored by Academic Affairs and TLT, offer the opportunity for faculty to discuss various pedagogical strategies and how they are implementing these strategies in their teaching. The Possibilities of Problem-based Learning! Our next Faculty Roundtable Discussion is scheduled for September, 27th from 1-2pm in the Tate Building, room 202. The topic is Problem-based Learning (PBL), […]

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Penn State’s Decision Tree

We often get inquiries from faculty trying to find out more information about copyright, especially regarding videos that are used for educational purposes. TLT does not provide legal advice, however, we do post resources or guidelines that may be helpful for faculty. Below is a well-designed infographic published by Penn State aimed to help people avoid copyright infringement when using video […]

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Important Info about OAKS

As you’re preparing your OAKS courses for the start of the semester, we wanted to bring a few things to your attention to help make life (well at least OAKS) easier for you! First, we wanted to mention OAKS crosslisting. Crosslisting is an option that allows you to combine 2 or more sections of the same course […]

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