Fall 2022 Training
The ITS team is excited to welcome back instructors to campus for another academic year! To best prepare you we are happy to share the following training resources on our Connected Classrooms and the various instructional tools we support.
Whether you are new or returning faculty, we recommend reviewing our online classroom training course, delivered via Canvas. Some important topics that are covered in this training course include:
- SDSUid and Duo Authentication: Required to Access Classroom Computers
- Zoom-Ready Connected Classrooms
- Mediasite Automated Capture Connected Classrooms
- Key Issue Process for Classroom Podium Key (where needed, please refer to the SDSU or SDSU Imperial Valley classroom lists for rooms requiring keys)
In addition, we are offering live online and in-person classroom workshops the week of August 15th. These trainings will be delivered via Zoom, with the option to attend in person should you choose to do so. For a complete schedule, please visit our Training web page.
Please visit our Canvas Support Homeroom course, which contains helpful resources regarding Canvas including all the recordings of our previous ITS Canvas workshops. This homeroom will help us help you by fostering communication with our faculty and promoting a culture of sharing and learning. To preview the content of the Homeroom, please use this course link. To add this course to your courses, please use this enroll link.
Coming Soon: Self-Paced Online Training (SPOT)
In Fall 2022, ITS is launching the SPOT program in response to demand for an ongoing, sustainable version of the long-standing Course Design Institute (CDI) and the more recent Flexible Course Design Institute (Flex-CDI). SPOT is a brand new program designed to make available the best elements of the CDI and Flex-CDI to a wider audience and with greater autonomy.
SPOT participants may include both faculty who are new to online course design and those who already have developed online or hybrid courses. The program includes a self-paced course, consultations with ITS coaches, and self-reviews using the CSU Quality Learning & Teaching (QLT) rubric.