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November 30 through December 4, from 12 p.m. to1 p.m.
HyFlex: Considerations, Challenges, & Opportunities for SUNY Campuses
Host: SUNY CPD
Develop a better understanding of the HyFlex Learning Model during this week-long series of webinars. Dr. Brian Beatty, a pioneer in the HyFlex movement, will kick off the week as our keynote speaker. Then, in a series of targeted panel discussions, explore the lessons learned, challenges, and opportunities encountered in implementing this modality on SUNY campuses. Panelists will include HyFlex-experienced SUNY campus administrators, IT/Learning Environment specialists, faculty, and faculty support personnel as well as those who are in the process of implementing the HyFlex Learning Model. For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Jamie Heron, SUNY Online Program Manager, by e-mail at email@example.com.
11/30: Keynote with Dr. Brian Beatty
12/1: Administrators panel
12/2: IT/Learning Environments panel
12/3: Faculty panel
12/4: Faculty Supports panel
Cost: FREE to SUNY campuses
Location: Online Webinar
Register online at HyFlex: Considerations, Challenges, & Opportunities for SUNY Campuses
Friday, December 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
How to Create an ePortfolio for your Reappointment Dossier
Presenters: Sarah Solley; Janelle Jacobson.
Whether you’re preparing a dossier for Reappointment, Continuing Appointment, or Promotion, the dossier is your opportunity to present materials that demonstrate how you’re contributing to the campus. Through the dossier, you can make a reasoned, well-supported argument about the value of this work, but how do you put it together? Join Sarah and Janelle as they cover how to create a paperless ePortfolio. Creating a “digital-binder” is not only beneficial to you, but is greatly desired by the supervisors and administrators that will review your dossier.
Location: Online workshop.
Register Online by 12/3 at CPD Event Registration.
Tuesday, December 8, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Open Educational Resources (OER) Workshop
Presenters: Jennifer Jeffery, Lauren Jackson-Beck, and Karen Caldwell
In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the world of open educational resources (OER). In addition to example cases in SUNY Potsdam undergraduate and graduate courses, participants will learn about multiple forms of library support and the growing range of flexible, creative opportunities to customize their courses.
Location: Online workshop.
Register Online by 12/7 at CPD Event Registration and Questionnaire.
Wednesday, December 9, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Open Online Annotation Using Hypothesis
Presenters: Hypothesis Success Team
SUNY Potsdam is now piloting Hypothesis, a social annotation tool installed directly in your Moodle instance. Adding Hypothesis to readings in Moodle supports student success by placing active discussion right on top of course readings, enabling students and teachers to add comments and start conversations in the margins of texts. During this pilot, you can use Hypothesis with all of your courses and your students. The Hypothesis Success Team is happy to answer your questions and you can schedule a meeting on their booking site. For resources and tutorials on Hypothesis, go to the CCI Tech Tools webpage.
Location: Online Webinar.
Register Online at CPD Event Registration. Registration closes an hour before the webinar.