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ITC Webinar Series

ITC Leadership Webinar Series

Tuesday, May 25, 2021 (Live: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern)REGISTER NOW

Supporting Faculty Across Higher Education with Best Practices for Teaching Online
Is your institution struggling to prepare faculty to teach successfully online? Now, more than ever, being prepared to teach online has become mission critical to every higher education institution. Best Practices for Teaching Online (BPTO) is a faculty professional development program developed in partnership with NISOD and in collaboration with seven higher education institutions that prepares faculty to make specific improvements to courses in support of student success.
This webinar will discuss 17 indicators that any faculty member can implement into their online courses. These indicators are part of a Faculty Checklist that is the basis for the BPTO faculty professional development program which ends in national recognition through NISOD. Come learn about this exciting program, details about the partnership, institutions involved in the development process, and how your faculty can benefit from national recognition!
The BPTO program has been designed for institutions that struggle with a formal faculty development program, lack the funding required to participate in paid programs, or lack dedicated instructional design teams. The BPTO course is openly accessible and there is no cost associated with participation, consideration, or adoption. Finally, there exists a development program that is easy to understand, easy for faculty to utilize, and doesn't cost a dime.
Presenters: Steve Sosa, Dean of E-learning Program Development, Dallas College; Jennifer McGuire, Instructional Technologist, Dallas College

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 (Live: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern)REGISTER NOW
Enhancing Distance Education with Digital Syllabi
Join our 1 hour session to learn how nearly 100 different colleges and universities are utilizing Simple Syllabus to provide an engaging syllabus experience to their students and meet departmental, institutional and accreditation standards when designing their syllabus.
Directly embedded within most major LMS platforms, Simple Syllabus is a centralized, template-driven platform that enables instructors to quickly and easily personalize and publish interactive class syllabi for their classroom.
Presenter: Ian Stewart, Account Executive, Simple Syllabus

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