This workshop will provide you with the next steps on creating an online course with Canvas. Read More About Canvas Intermediate
Examine creative ways to annotate learning resources in Photos and Notes using Markup. We’ll discuss annotation strategies as a metacognition tool for teaching and learning.
Use an iPad or a Mac? Join Apple Professional Learning Specialist, Dr. Laura Good, for hands-on virtual learning sessions with your colleagues from across the CSU. During each one-hour session, we’ll explore resources, practice new skills, and reflect on how technology can support great teaching and learning in higher education.
Take a look at the CalState “Crunch” Apple Professional Learning Series Spring 2023 flyer for more information on this and other CSU Apple "Crunch" trainings Read More About CSU Apple "Crunch" - Annotate for Understanding
Maximize your PowerPoint slides by using video platform Panopto to record and narrate your slides. In this workshop, you will learn how to use Panopto to make your PowerPoint recordings searchable and indexed and be synchronized to your audio/video. Read More About Panopto Recording
This is a four-week course, two hours per week. The goal is to take an idea for a podcast and create it along with the infrastructure that goes along with it. It is expected that those completing the course could continue the podcast following the conclusion of the class or start another one on their own. Read More About Podcasting with Tammy Trujillo
Come out and enjoy our annual AS Farmers Market. Read more
Poll Everywhere is a dynamic online polling platform and web-based student response system that allows participants to vote, respond, and provide feedback on teacher-generated prompts. PollEverywhere is a tool designed to engage your students with various polling activities such as word cloud, questions, and Q&A. Students can respond on their computer, iPad or mobile phone and the instructor can link the activities to Canvas grading to give students credit for their participation. This workshop will cover how to get started with PollEverywhere, how activities such as word cloud work, and how to create these activities. Read More About Online Polling with Poll Everywhere
Photographer and scholar Tara Pixley will talk about how her work and that of other Black female and non-binary photographers charter alternative futures for critically-engaged photography that challenges colonialism, heteronormativity, and racism, making visible structural forms of violence and patriarchy. Pixley will be in conversation with the Bradley Center's director, José Luis Benavides, and archivist, Keith Rice. Read more
Take a coffee break with Academic Technology team and get hands-on assistance for your tech questions, learn more about technology resources available to faculty, as well as accessibility, data services, the Faculty Media Studio, and more. Coffee will be provided! Read More About Faculty Coffee Hour