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Academic Technology Newsletter

May 2021

 
We're almost there! The past year has brought about a lot of changes, and not just in Higher Education. With all of the turmoil and uncertainty, we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank you for your perseverance, flexibility, and commitment to students.

Before we turn the corner into summer, we want to share with you the recipient of the first Doctoral Student Academic Technology Equity Fellowship, links to our Summer Programming, a video tutorial on enrolling in Duo Multi-Factor Authentication, and some helpful words about Canvas Rubrics.

Have a wonderful summer, and keep a lookout for our next newsletter in August!

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Academic Technology News

 
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Equity Fellowship Recipient Announced

 

Academic Technology in collaboration with the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership, and the Research and Sponsored Programs office, are excited to announce...

 
 
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Check Out Our Summer Programs!

 

Looking to brush up your skills? Want to learn something new? An exciting summer awaits you with the programs offered by FTC and Faculty Development!

 
 
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Enroll Now in Duo Multi-Factor Authentication

 

The deadline to enroll in Duo Multi-Factor Authentication is May 26, 2021, and we've got you covered with a new tutorial video that takes you step-by-step through enrollment.

 
 
 
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The Magic of Canvas Rubrics

 

Prior to attending the Canvas Assignments Bootcamp, I had an elaborate process of cutting and pasting comments from a Word document whenever I graded online assignments. I thought I had created a good system that allowed me to toggle between a series of comments related ...

 
 
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Early Bird Accessibility

 

"A few steps over the summer will mean a smoother start to the Fall semester for many of your students. The Universal Design Center has some practical tips and resources for you covering topics like textbooks, video captioning, descriptive text, Canvas Ally, and more!

 
 
 
 
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AT Workshop Calendar - Summer Program Dates
Are Here!

 

Even though the semester is almost over, we still have some Academic Technology workshops scheduled in May. We also have our Summer Programs like Zero to Online, Bootcamps, Accessibility, as well as
our new Learning Tracks!
 
 
If there are topics you would like to see covered in a future newsletter, if you'd like to give us feedback on your experience with instructional technology, or if there are training topics you are interested in, let us know with the Academic Technology Feedback Form.
 
 
 
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